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DoingDH Summer Institutes

The RRCHNM Public Projects team develops, leads, and participates in workshops on digital humanities methods and tools, digital project development and management, and grant planning. The team runs intensive summer institutes for college and university faculty and staff; GLAM professionals; graduate students; and public historians.

Upcoming Institutes:

  • Co-Director (PI), Doing Digital History: 2016. Doing Digital History is a reprise of the 2014 Institute for the Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities summer institute aimed at faculty, public historians, archivists, librarians, museum professionals, and independent scholars specializing in US history, who have had very limited or no training in using digital methods and tools, or in computing, and who lack a supportive digital community at their home institutions.

Previous Institutes:

  • Co-Director, Building the Portfolio: DH for Art History Graduate Students, . Building the Portfolio is a summer institute funded by the Getty Foundation designed for 20 art history graduate students who are eager to explore the digital turn in the humanities. Total Awarded: $165,804. (January 2015-December 2015). The institute took place July 13-24, 2015.
  • Co-Director (PI), Doing Digital History: A NEH Summer Institute, . Doing Digital History was an Institute for Advanced Topics in Digital Humanities summer institute aimed at faculty, public historians, archivists, librarians, museum professionals, and independent scholars specializing in US history, who have had very limited or no training in using digital methods and tools, or in computing, and who lack a supportive digital community at their home institutions. The institute took place August 3-17, 2014.
  • Co-Director, Rebuilding the Portfolio: DH for Art Historians, . Rebuilding the Portfolio was a summer institute funded by the Getty Foundation designed for 20 art historians, from different stages of their careers and from varied backgrounds, including faculty, curators, art librarians, and archivists who are eager to explore the digital turn in the humanities. The institute took place July 7-18, 2014.

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