Research Databases and the Future of Digital Humanities Applications

by: Christopher Morse, Rashmi Singhal, & Jud Harward Introduction: Next Generation Research ComputingResearch computing within the arts and…


ArtTechPsyche III

ArtTechPsyche celebrates human expression at the intersection of technology and the arts. Harvard Digital Arts and Humanities (DARTH),…


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,…


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 has…


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 addition to…


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 innovations at…


Harvard IIIF

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