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CSCI 3395/CSCI 3194 Special Topics: Digital Humanities

Directories & Repositories

The list below contains directories and repositories of tools and source code used for digital humanities. 

DH Awards 2018 Results - "Digital Humanities Awards are a set of annual awards where the public is able to nominate resources for the recognition of talent and expertise in the digital humanities community."

Digital Humanities Advancement Grants | National Endowment for the Humanities - "Digital Humanities Advancement Grants (DHAG) support innovative, experimental, and/or computationally challenging projects at different stages throughout their lifecycles, from early start-up phases through implementation and sustainability."

Digital Humanities Projects at Stanford - This site highlights a variety of digital humanities projects created at Stanford University.

Digital Methods Initiative (DMI) - "DMI is one of Europe's leading Internet Studies research groups. Comprised of new media researchers and PhD candidates, it designs methods and tools for repurposing online devices and platforms (such as Twitter, Facebook and Google) for research into social and political issues."

Github "Digital Humanities" Repositories - Includes tutorials, courses, projects and tools related to Digital Humanities.

Research Software Directory - This site encourages the re-use of research software and is provided to promote the impact of, exchange of and reuse of research software. Software is searchable, sortable and can be sorted by subject tags and organizations.

Sourcecaster - "Use the command line to work through common challenges that come up when working with digital primary sources."

Teresah  "Tools E-Registry for E-Social science, Arts and Humanities is a cross-community tools knowledge registry aimed at researchers in the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH). It aims to provide an authoritative listing of the software tools currently in use in those domains, and to allow their users to make transparent the methods and applications behind them."