Center for Digital Humanities Scholarship and Pedagogy

The mission of the Drew Center for Digital Humanities Scholarship and Pedagogy is to create a space for faculty, staff, and students from across the university to collaborate and experiment with digital tools and approaches in both research and pedagogy in the humanities and beyond.

Summer 2024


Digital Humanities Summer Institute Application (Summer 2024) – Due March 22, 2024

DHSI will be held May 20 through June 14, 2024. The Digital Humanities Summer Institute pairs students with faculty and staff mentors to conduct primary research using digital humanities over the summer. The research groups will meet weekly with each other to report on progress, share challenges and successes, and learn more about DH approaches and projects.

The application deadline is March 22, 2024. For information about DHSI, including links to past projects, please visit the Drew University Digital Humanities webpage. If you have any questions, please contact  Danielle Reay dreay@drew.edu or Wendy Kolmar wkolmar@drew.edu.

Are you a student interested in participating in DHSI? Please fill out this form to help us connect you with a possible project or faculty/staff mentor.