The Digital Tokugawa Lab—a group of scholars working on digital humanities projects with a focus on pre-modern Japan—is hiring students for two research assistant positions.
Looking for classes to take this spring? Here are a few that will help you identify literary and historical trends, study languages and music, learn a programming language in the context of humanities research, and more. Course offerings range from theoretical considerations of the digital humanities to hands-on practice with...
Join Nadya Bair, Assistant Professor of Art History at Hamilton College and former DHLab Postdoctoral Associate, for a discussion of her new book, The Decisive Network. Renowned critic and art historian Abigail Solomon-Godeau will join the conversation as a respondent.
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