Research Databases and the Future of Digital Humanities Applications

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Omeka Sugar: Tutorials for Digital Exhibits

Serving up spoonfuls of knowledge to make work with Omeka go smoothly.Jeremy Guillette, Digital Scholarship Facilitator for the History Department, is...


The Charlie Archive Exhibition

A collaboration among Harvard librarians, scholars, and digital humanists, the Charlie Archive at the Harvard Library is an evolving project that...


Digital Japanese Literature: Aozora Bunko

Introduction Higuchi Ichiyō, featured at Aozora Aozora Bunko (青空文庫) is a digital archive of Japanese literature in the public domain. In...


DataFest 2017

DataFest is a new two-day workshop held during J-term and developed by data practitioners and researchers from across the university. Hosted by the...


Hacking the News: The NYTimes API

Why just read the news when you can hack it?The above question posed by the New York Times makes an important point: data is not...


Hacking Mirador: Building Scholarly Scrapbooks

Beethoven’s Symphony Number 9 in D Minor, Opus 125, source Hacking Mirador is the first workshop of four in the Arts & Humanities...


Art Technology Psyche II

  Join DARTH and the Digital Futures Consortium for ArtTechPsyche II, a follow up to last year’s day-long celebration of recent...


Harvard IIIF

DARTH has just released its newest project in collaboration with the Harvard Library, the Harvard Art Museums, HarvardX, Harvard University...


sIGHTLines: proJECT

The final session in the Sightlines series, proJECT will explore innovative, foreseeable, and imagined future uses for digital surrogates of...