Digital Humanities

Nathan Kuehnl Blog Post

With digital humanities becoming increasingly important both inside and outside of the academy, grad students should pay attention to its current trends, methodologies, and projects. The following resource list provides information about organizations/networks, blogs, funding opportunities, publications, and universities associated with the growing field of digital humanities.

University Projects and Resources:

Cleveland State University:

École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne:

George Mason University:

Loyola University Chicago:

Michigan State University:

Stanford University:

UC Berkeley:


UNC Chapel Hill:

University of Alabama:

University of Cambridge:

University of Iowa:

University of Michigan:

University of Wisconsin-Madison:

Texas A&M University:

Washington & Lee University:

Yale University:


Professional Organizations, Networking, and Conferences:

Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations:

Conference listings (courtesy of Lafayette College):

Digital Humanities Commons:

Digital Humanities Institute:



Digital Humanities on Twitter:












Online Publications:

Debates in the Digital Humanities:

Digital Humanities Now:

Digital Humanities Quarterly:

Digital_Humanities (free download):

Journal of Data Mining and Digital Humanities:

Journal of Digital Humanities:

Learning Through Digital Media:

Teaching History in the Digital Age:

Writing History in the Digital Age:



Dan Cohen:

Andrew Hnatow:

Adeline Koh and Roopika Risam:

Alex Reid:

Anelise Shrout:

Lisa Spiro:


Funding opportunities:

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation:

American Council of Learned Societies:

Council on Library and Information Resources:

National Endowment for the Humanities: