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What is Digital Humanities?

For us, a nexus of fields (across the disciplines and divisions) exploring how we create, build, and engage critically as citizens, professionals, and scholars in 21st-century global environment.Besan talking with Angel David Nieves at Re:Hum 13

Building beyond a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Tri-Co Digital Humanities initiative (Tri-Co DH) is a research and teaching collaboration of Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore Colleges. We study the uses of technology, critical making, design, and platforms in the liberal arts and a global 21st century.  We seek to build and reflect upon the critical apparatus undergraduates need to engage design, data, fabrication, and hybrid media forms in professional, scholarly, and ethical paradigms.

The consortium serves as a clearing house for new initiatives, funding and exploring:

•        faculty and undergraduate annual conference ‘Re:Hum’
•        undergraduate internships
•        speaker series and workshops
•        critical conversations around technology, making, design, and infrastructure

 

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