We are pleased to announce the first DH at Berkeley Summer Institute. From August 17 - 21, we will offer five week-long, intensive workshops in the following tracks:

Brendan Mackie displays his poster, "Content Analysis and Christmas" at DH Faire 2015

Faculty, staff, postdocs, and graduate students affiliated with Berkeley through fall semester 2015 are invited to apply. Applications are due May 15th. Participants are encouraged to participate in teams of two in order to build the foundation for ongoing projects. Selected participants will also receive a $2,000 fellowship. All workshop participants will also be invited to special events with guest speakers who will present during the institute. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

A variety of training options are also available during the academic year. Contact a digital humanities consultant to discuss your project and training needs. Peruse the DH at Berkeley resource guides for more advice.

Image: Brendan Mackie (History) discusses his database of 19th century diaries, using qualitative text analysis methods, and visualizing data in Tableau at the 2015 Digital Humanities Faire | Credit: Quinn Dombrowski CC BY-SA 2.0