Tomorrow, Prof. Diane H. Cline (History) will give a seminar as part of a faculty series in the Department of Engineering Management & …

Great news! GW Libraries has just received a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) to use a social …

[via Naomi Schoenbaum, Associate Professor of Law at GW] All are invited to an informal brown bag lunch discussion on the Digital …

Please join the English Graduate Student DH Working Group on Monday, May 12, 2014 in Rome Hall 771, 11.00 – 2.00, for …

This April, the Digital Humanities Institute at George Washington University helped to sponsor the 2014 THATCamp (The Humanities and Technologies Camp) in Washington, DC. …

Hello everyone! This message is intended for anyone who plans on attending the Programming / Coding / Database Tutorial for Digital Humanists lead …

On February 20, the GW English Department hosted an interdisciplinary roundtable entitled #AltAc/#PostAc: Rethinking the PhD Job Search in the Humanities. This event was …

On January 24-25, the GW Global Shakespeares Symposium (org. by Prof. Alexa Alice Joubin and Prof. Ayanna Thompson) explored the prominence of the Bard in …

Are you interested in the Digital Humanities (DH) and the future of publishing, especially electronic and open access publishing? Please note this event!On …

Mark your calendars! Dr. Andrew Jewell (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) will be coming to visit GW and will engage students and faculty in conversation …

The George Washington University is pleased to announce its Inaugural GW Digital Humanities Lecture! Dr. Michael Witmore, Director of the Folger Shakespeare Library, …

Digital Humanities (DH) is a vibrant field that uses digital technologies to study the interactions between cultural artifacts and society. In our …