UC Berkeley has a growing community of faculty, students, researchers, librarians, developers, and staff who work in the broad, interdisciplinary area of digital humanities. The emerging Berkeley digital humanities program draws on the scholarly and technical expertise of individuals and groups throughout campus, including the Division of Arts and Humanities, the Division of Social Sciences, the D-Lab, the School of Information, the Berkeley Center for New Media, the Library, IST and ETS. Digital Humanities at Berkeley brings together relevant announcements, reflections, resources, and information from these varied sources, making it easier to get involved in the digital humanities program at Berkeley as it develops. If you have a project, event, announcement, blog or resource that should be included here, please contact us.

Request for proposals now available

Berkeley faculty, staff and graduate students are encouraged to apply for grants for creating new digital humanities courses, integrating digital humanities components into existing courses, and for collaborative research.