Former Teaching Fellows
From 2015–2021, the Yale Digital Humanities Lab appointed cohorts of Digital Humanities Teaching Fellows who learned how to introduce digital humanities theories and methods into their classrooms. Fellows were selected from humanities departments across campus.
DH Fellows worked closely with each other and DHLab staff to design and integrate digital humanities assignments and demonstrations into their teaching. Class projects included a network graph of course syllabi, an Omeka exhibit on Latin American History, and a Story Map highlighting Pauli Murray's life.
For ongoing support for digital pedagogy, please visit our partners at the Poorvu Center.
Ambre Dromgoole, African American Studies and Religious Studies. Jacqueline Georgis, Ethnomusicology. Mary Gilstad, East Asian Languages and Literatures. Denise Lim, Sociology. Micah Siegel, English Literature. Emily Yankowitz, History. Gavi Levy Haskell, History of Art. Nathalie Miraval, History of Art and African American Studies. Teona Williams, History and African American Studies. Helen Yang, English Literature. Carole Delaitre, French. Nina Farizova, East Asian Languages and Literatures. Trina Hyun, English Literature. Melissa Tu, English Literature. Sarah Weston, English Literature. Lizzie Krontiris, Political Science. Tyler Lutz, Physics. Yoni Nadiv, Religious Studies. Jacinda Tran, American Studies. Mustafa Yavas, Sociology. Amanda Joyce Hall, History and African American Studies. jub Sankofa, American Studies and African American Studies. Masha Shpolberg, Comparative Literature and Film & Media Studies. Randa Tawil, American Studies. Amanda Chemeche, East Asian Studies and American Studies. Shanna Jean-Baptiste, French and African American Studies. Nichole Nelson, History. Joey Plaster, American Studies. Kimberly Quiogue Andrews, English Literature. Carlotta Chenoweth, Slavic Languages and Literatures. Brandi M. Waters, History and African American Studies. Andrew S. Brown, English Literature. Fadila Habchi, African American Studies and American Studies. Bo Li, English Literature. T.L. Cowan, MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies. Lauren Tilton, American Studies. Annie de Saussure, French.
Former Research Interns
From 2018–2022, the Yale Digital Humanities Lab awarded internships to undergraduate and graduate students to collaborate with our team on digital humanities initiatives at and beyond Yale. These internships were funded through partnerships with other Yale units, affiliated universities, and cultural heritage institutions to provide students with digital humanities mentorship and project-based training.
For current graduate student mentorship and project-based training, please visit our student jobs page to learn more about our DH Consultants program.
Micah Siegel, English doctoral student. Joyce Wu, Yale College. Liu Zhang, Yale-NUS. Yogesh Tulsi, Yale-NUS.
Former Postdoctoral Associates
From 2015–2018, the Yale University Digital Humanities Laboratory partnered with academic departments on campus to support 2–3 postdoctoral associates each year. During their appointments, postdocs both participated in the intellectual life of the lab and also pursued independent digital humanities research that was relevant to their discipline.
Along with receiving dedicated workspace in the Digital Humanities Lab, postdoctoral associates also had the opportunity to collaborate with a faculty mentor from their home department, as well as technical staff, including a Digital Humanities Developer and User Experience Designer.
Nadya Bair, American Studies. Damon Crockett, Computer Science. Gabor M. Toth, History; Fortunoff Archive for Holocaust Testimonies. Jonathan Schroeder, English. Robin Seguy, Comparative Literature. Carol Chiodo, Italian. Gideon Fink Shapiro, American Studies.
During its early years, the Yale Digital Humanities Laboratory (DHLab) worked in partnership with a Digital Humanities Executive Committee. The committee focused on advancing digital humanities broadly at Yale and served as the advisory board for the DHLab. It played an integral role in furthering the DHLab’s work and shaping its future direction.
The committee’s membership included Yale faculty, staff, and graduate students from across the University, with representatives from the humanities, the social sciences, Yale Library, and the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning.