• Introducing 5CDH.space!

    Check out our new community web hosting program.

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  • Meet our Undergrad Fellows

    Announcing seven new outstanding 5CollDH scholars and their year-long projects.

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  • Apply for a DH Microgrant

    We accept applications from students and student-led groups throughout the
    academic year. Deadlines are on the 1st of every month.

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  • From the Blog: Locating Zines

    2015-16 undergrad fellow Nora Miller on force maps,
    CardoDB, twine, and making your own methodology.

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  • From the Blog: Travelling Shot Over 26000 Miles

    5CollDH Microgrant recipient Lucas C. Ospina recaps his thesis
    installation on surveillance, imaging technologies, cybernetics, and space.

  • From the Blog: Dominicano Donde Sea

    Microgrant Recipient Omar Pineda on 60 Years of Globalization, Migration,
    and Integration in the Nikkei Dominican Community

Sandbox: The 5CollDH Blog

No-Tech Intro to Digital Humanities: Network Analyses
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Feb. 12, 2018 12:00 – 1:30 in CHI (Frost Library 2nd Floor at Amherst College) Join us at Amherst College to learn about the cutting edge analytical method that is taking humanities, social sciences, and hard sciences by storm! For this semester’s first No-Tech Intro to Digital Humanities, Amanda Henrich will explore the power of network analysis as a digital humanities tool. Details are included in the attached flyer below.... Read More

HathiTrust UnCamp 2018: Records, Gaps, and Capsules
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By Amanda Henrichs-Recently, the HathiTrust held its third semi-annual UnCamp at UC Berkeley: over 2 days, researchers and librarians from all over North America presented research, outreach efforts, and pedagogical strategies using the 16 million digitized volumes in its collection. Beginning in 2008 as a partnership between the Big Ten Academic Alliance and the UC library system, HathiTrust boasts partner institutions all over the world. As one of the... Read More

Virtual Reality, the Ancient Maya, and Astronomy
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The Five College Digital Humanities Program is pleased to announce that Dr. Jeffrey R Vadala, one of our Postdoctoral Fellows in Blended Learning and Digital Humanities, will be continuing our Five College Digital Humanities speaker series.Dr. Jeffrey R. Vadala’s talk, “Virtual Reality, the Ancient Maya, and Astronomy” will be given on February 1, 5:30 PM at Hampshire College in Franklin Patterson Hall in the Staff Lounge (upstairs). This event is open to the... Read More

Speaker Series Event: Are we in the Present, Past, or Future? 3D GIS Explorations of Vision, Sound, and Movement in Ancient Maya Cities
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The Five College Digital Humanities Program is pleased to announce that Dr. Heather Richards-Rissetto from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will be the first speaker to kick-off our Five College Digital Humanities speaker series this academic year. Her talk “Are we in the Present, Past, or Future? 3D GIS Explorations of Vision, Sound, and Movement in Ancient Maya Cities” will be given on: December 12th 5:00 pm in N255 at the Integrative... Read More

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