Digital Humanities

Humanities scholars use computers for a wide range of research, from deep analysis of individual texts and authors, to distant algorithmic "reading" of thousands of documents.

The Center for Digital Scholarship can assist researchers who wish to leverage digital evidence through one-on-one consultations, reading groups, and workshops on specific technologies.

For more information on working with large datasets, see Text Mining and Analysis. For more on working closely with texts, visit the Digital Text Editing LibGuide.

To learn about how to participate in our Digital Humanities Discussion Group, visit

For information about digital humanities, please contact:

Dan Johnson, Ph.D., Digital Humanities and English Literature Librarian | ph. 574-631-3457