digital humanities

  • Workshops | Humanities Intensive Learning + Teaching (HILT) 2016

    The Humanities Intensive Learning & Teaching Institute offers you the opportunity to enroll in ONE four-day long course. Each course is led by instructors who are leading the digital humanities in their respective fields. During HILT, you’ll have the opportunity to gather for breakfast and lunch with students taking other courses and develop your digital […]

  • Evaluating Digital Scholarship in Public History

    Evaluating Digital Scholarship in Public History October 12, 2015 10:00-12:00 IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute IUPUI University Library, UL 4115P, 755 W. Michigan St. As with so many aspects of our lives, the web and digital technologies have profoundly changed communication between public historians and their audiences. From mobile-enhanced gallery guides to crowd-sourced online exhibits […]

  • Scholarships Available for the 2015 Humanities Intensive Learning and Teaching (HILT) Institute

    We are pleased to announce that the IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute will offer four full scholarships to the 2015 Humanities Intensive Learning and Teaching (HILT) Institute which will take place on IUPUI’s campus from Monday, July 27th through Friday, July 31st. To apply for the scholarship, please send a 1-2 page letter of application to by May 22. In […]

  • Workshop: Introduction to Databases for the Digital Humanities

    May 19, 2015 2-4 pm IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute, IUPUI Library room UL 4115P Free Registration Databases are becoming increasingly important to research projects in the humanities. From storing to structuring to analyzing our digitized corpuses and data sets, databases provide humanists with a powerful tool to ask new questions and to discover new answers to […]

  • Workshop: Social Media for Scholars

    March 11, 2015 | 12:00-2:30 University Library, Room 2120 755 W. Michigan St. Twitter. Facebook. Instagram. Reddit.  What do these platforms have to do with scholarly research?  As it turns out, quite a bit.  Scholars are turning to these platforms to expand the reach of their work — communicating with networks of specialists, students, and non-specialists […]

  • Digital Humanities Workshop: Caitlin Pollock, “Introduction to TEI”

    February 11, 2015 | 12:00-2:30 Location: IUPUI University Library, Room 2120 Free tickets available below Co-sponsored by the IUPUI Library Center for Digital Scholarship The Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) sets the standards for text-encoding, born-digital editing, and digital humanities projects. It is the preferred format for granting agencies such as the National Endowment for the […]

  • 2014 Barlow Lecture in the Humanities explores ‘The Future History of the Book’

    INDIANAPOLIS — Is there a need to fear the death of the book in this age of digital readers? This is the question that will guide the 2014 John D. Barlow Lecture in the Humanities at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis on Oct. 29. The event is free and open to the public. Kathleen Fitzpatrick, director […]

  • Claire Potter on Academics and the University of Facebook

    DATE: 13 October 2014 TIME: 11:00-12:00 LOCATION: IUPUI Campus Center, Room 268 Tickets are free, but registration is required. Dr. Claire Potter, “The University of Facebook” What role does social media play in our careers as activist academics who are, to paraphrase psychologist Sherry Turkle, increasingly “alone together?” Social media is playing a crucial role […]

  • E.O. Wilson and Katherine Hayles “What Makes us Human?”

    Entanglements Lecture Series E.O. Wilson and Katherine Hayles, “What Makes us Human?” October 8, 2014 | 7:00-8:45 Indianapolis Central Library, Clowes Auditorium Click here for free tickets When did we become human? Are human and animal societies that much different? Do we already live in an age of cyborgs? E.O. Wilson and Katherine Hayles visit Indianapolis as […]

  • Digital Arts & Humanities Workshops for 2014-15

      Are you interested in creating a professional blog but don’t know where to start? Have you ever wished that you had the skills to visualize your research data? Do you want to know how to use social media to share your work with the public? The Digital Arts and Humanities Workshop is a new […]