Digital Humanities Laboratory
The DHL provides training to faculty and students in the best practices of scholarly editing in digital environments.
We support faculty research when it takes the form of digital archives and editions.
Currently, five faculty projects have support from the DHL staff and its graduate student and undergraduate researchers.
We offer training to interested faculty, graduate students and undergraduate researchers in the best practices of creating digital editions and archives.
We are active researchers, promoting our projects and results in presentations and papers.
To see what we've done in terms of publications, presentations, fellowships, and jobs, click here.
Faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates use our resources for training and projects.
We have a robust group of researchers who work on projects associated with the DHL.
If you wish to become part of our research group, let us know via email, or drop by Eng/Phil 102. We're open from 12.30 - 4.30 M-F; just knock on the door!
Lab Directors / Principal Investigators
Dr. Ann R. Hawkins
Dr. Miles A. Kimball
E. Leigh Bonds (Project Manager), 2012-December 2013
Joseph Dornich, Spring 2014
Preston Eaton, 2013-2014