DH in Research and Practice

Leveraging a wide range of techniques from analyzing or generating materials with neural networks to immersing users in 3D virtual realities, digital humanities projects at Yale think creatively about the ways that digital materialities and methods introduce new engagements with long-standing historical and cultural questions.

As a theoretical field concerned with the ways human knowledge is created, disseminated, and experienced, DH incorporates a wide range of scholarly backgrounds (from English and History to Computer Science and Statistics) and technical methodologies (from structuralist critique and visual analysis, to data mining and network analysis).

Begin with a Question

To scope out your research question and brainstorm whether a DH lens could be useful to developing or presenting your work, or for other questions or help, book a consultation with one of our staff members.