Looking to start a digital project but don’t know where to begin? Curious about best practices in data visualization or programming? Talk with our team during Office Hours. We offer consultations on all stages of a digital humanities project, from finding and curating datasets to visualizing, analyzing, and sharing your work.
Office Hours provide a weekly opportunity to exchange ideas, discuss methods, and form connections with colleagues from different programs and departments.
Whether you are new to the field and would like to learn more, have an existing project and seek a communal workspace, or are somewhere in between, we invite you to reach out!
In-person drop-in Office Hours for Spring 2022:
|When:||Mondays through Thursdays, 2-3 p.m. EDT|
|Where:||Front desk of the Franke Family Digital Humanities Laboratory, Sterling Memorial Library|
Please note: no appointments are necessary for Office Hours, but if you would prefer to schedule a meeting in advance, please book an appointment with Peter Leonard.
Office Hours are staffed by members of the DHLab team and by our graduate student DH Consultants. With a variety of academic backgrounds and areas of expertise, we can provide guidance on a wide range of DH-related topics.
|Nicole Cosme (PhD ’26, Music) studies deep learning approaches to music analysis and composition.|
|Aida Feng (PhD ’25, Germanic Languages and Literatures) works on forms of the literary fragment in modern and contemporary texts.|
|Peter Leonard is Director of the DHLab.|
|Luna Zagorac (PhD ’22, Physics) is a cosmologist working on HPC simulations of dark matter. In her spare time, she works on modeling ancient Egyptian constellations.|