Digital Humanities Working Group 2015

Spring 2022 Meetings 
Alternating Fridays from 12:10-1:00pm

Feb. 4
Feb 18
Mar 4
Mar 18
Apr 1
Apr 15
Apr 29

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The Berkeley Digital Humanities Working Group is a research community founded to facilitate interdisciplinary conversations in the digital humanities and cultural analytics. Our biweekly meetings are participant driven and provide a place for sharing research ideas (including brainstorming new ideas and receiving feedback from others), learning about the intersection of computational methods and humanistic inquiry, and connecting with others working in this space at Berkeley. 

We welcome grad students, faculty, and staff from all disciplinary backgrounds regardless of whether you are a beginner or an expert in empirical and data-driven methods. Working group meetings will spotlight several invited speakers each year, but will generally consist of participants sharing work on current or future research, as well as open discussions about theoretical, methodological or other challenges (e.g., data collection) related to our projects. Research at any stage of development (including nascent) is welcome for discussion.

The Digital Humanities Working Group is sponsored by the Townsend Center for the Humanities.

Follow DH at Berkeley on Twitter and track the #bdhwg hashtag for announcements and discussions.


David Bamman, School of Information
Sara Ann Knutson, Department of Anthropology
Stacy Reardon, Library
Tim Tangherlini, Department of Scandinavian

Adam Anderson, DH at Berkeley
Stacy Reardon, Doe Library

Rebecca Levitan, Art History
Stacy Reardon, Doe Library
Janet Torres, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning

Janet Torres, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning
Scott Paul McGinnis, History

Camille Villa, Research IT
Scott Paul McGinnis, History

Cindy A. Nguyen, History
Camille Villa, Research IT
Brendan Mackie, History

Christopher M. Church, History
Andrea Horbinski, History and New Media

Scott Paul McGinnis, History
Aditi Muralidharan, Computer Science and Electrical Engineering

Dave Lester, School of Information
Aditi Muralidharan, Computer Science and Electrical Engineering

Archived DHWG website and blog

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Last updated: Jan 21, 2022