Congratulations to Yale’s Photogrammar team on receiving one of ACLS’s first-ever Digital Extension Grants! ACLS developed the new program “to foster diverse communities of users around the most compelling approaches to digital inquiry.” Photogrammar was one of five projects selected. With the grant, Photogrammar will be able to add new features, integrate additional archives into the collection, and reach new audiences.
Project Team Taylor Arnold, Catherine DeRose, Monica Ong Reed, Lauren Tilton, Courtney Rivard (UNC, Chapel Hill)
Nadya Bair has been awarded an inaugural Getty/ACLS Postdoctoral Fellowship in the History of Art “for a project that will make a substantial and original contribution to the understanding of...Learn More »
The Yale Digital Humanities Lab is seeking both in-person and remote participants to do user-testing on a digital project that visualizes the operations of the Magnum Photos agency in the...Learn More »
Yale University Library received a $3 million award from The Goizueta Foundation to fund the creation of the Digital Humanities Laboratory (DHLab) in Sterling Memorial Library. Yale’s world-class collections offer...Learn More »