At a November 7th ribbon cutting event, Stony Brook University Libraries officially opened its Center for Digital Humanities as a space for research, teaching, and learning in all disciplines related to the practice of the digital humanities.
The ribbon cutting event featured remarks by President Bernstein, Dean Fazal, and Jon Heggestad, a PhD candidate in the English Department, followed by a reception and a tour of the Center for Digital Humanities.
The Center, equipped with advanced hardware and software technology, is an intellectual meeting place for researchers applying digital practices to humanistic inquiry and for those using a humanistic lens to examine questions related to technology, in all fields. The establishment of the Stony Brook University Libraries Center for Digital Humanities was funded in part by a gift from the Gladys Brooks Foundation.
- Consultations for research and pedagogy
- Research sprints
- Metadata consultations
- Scholarly communication and professionalization
- To collaborate, consult, and partner with scholars in the digital humanities
- To provide tools and resources for projects in the digital humanities
- To provide a nexus for intellectual exchange among scholars in diverse disciplines working in the digital humanities
- To foster explorations of the implications of digital humanities praxis for humanistic inquiry, research, teaching, and learning
- To expand the possibilities for inquiry in the digital humanities, with an emphasis on interdisciplinarity
The Stony Brook University Libraries Center for Digital Humanities is open by appointment. If you would like to make an appointment, please Contact Us.
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