The Digital Humanities Lab invites you to Digital Humanities Office Hours this (and every!) Tuesday, from 2:00pm-3:30pm. We meet in the new DHLab space in Sterling Memorial Library, room 316. Office Hours are an informal opportunity to see the lab, enjoy coffee and conversation, and meet the staff, students, and researchers of the new DHLab. All are welcome!
The DHLab offers space, community, and resources for Yale faculty and students who are working with digital data and methods to address humanities questions. Staff will be available to help at any stage in a project — from conceptualization to implementation — and the lab space itself provides a hub on the Yale campus for sustained Digital Humanities conversations and research.
The Digital Humanities Lab is excited to announce that Catherine DeRosehas joined on as our Engagement and Outreach Manager. Catherine is coming to Yale from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she is finishing a PhD in English literature. Her current research considers how Victorian authors thought about text preservation during the print explosion in the nineteenth-century and how the concerns (and solutions) they raised reonate with issues surrounding archives and mass digitization today. Catherine has been actively involved in digital humanities initiatives at Madison, as well as at Carnegie Hall and the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Her office is in Sterling Memorial Library, 316. Please stop by or send her an email if you have project ideas, something you would like to see from the lab, or just want to say "hello"!