Center for Digital Humanities
The Center for Digital Humanities creates multimedia and electronic products that support research and teaching in the humanities. Supported by the College of Arts and Sciences, the Center also seeks to support other disciplines in the Humanities. The Center's research has thus far focused on the preservation and digitization of historical artifacts that have significant religious or theological meaning. Those projects have included databases of medieval texts, 3DRT models of medieval churches, and databases that integrate text and images from the Middle Ages.
The Center's most recent project is Tradamus, an open source tool for digital critical editions
Announcements and Upcoming Events
The CDH Spring Lecture Series
Professor James F. Caccamo
Moral Code: Ethics for the Age of Digital Devices
Thursday. February 26th 2015,
Professor Martin K. Foys
Developing Digital Annotations: Partners, Projects and Challenges from the DM Project
Monday. March 30th 2015,
Digital Latin Library Seminar
The deadline for abstract submissions had passed, but we still encourage all interested parties to attend the seminar hosted by the Digital Latin Library, at the campus of the University of Oklahoma, the DLL's host institution, on June 25-26, 2015. Learn more...
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