Hosted and supported by the Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities, the Northwestern University Digital Humanities Laboratory (NUDHL—pronounced “noodle”) is an interdisciplinary digital humanities research workshop consisting of faculty, graduate students, librarians, and technologists from Northwestern University. Anyone (from beginners to beyond) interested in digital technology, culture, research, scholarship, publishing, pedagogy and criticism is welcome to attend.
The goal of this workshop is to create an interdisciplinary space for investigating the emerging role of digital humanities. The workshop will include discussions of recent scholarship in the field and presentations of research-in-progress by workshop participants. We seek to cultivate an ongoing conversation that helps members explore how to bring to bear the digital on their own research agendas.
In its first year (2012-2013), NUDHL facilitated digital humanities discussions, presentations and working sessions with participants from English, History, Performance Studies, Gender Studies, Philosophy, Art Theory & Practice, Screen Cultures, Anthropology, Archaeology, and more, along with colleagues from the Library and Information Technology. In its second year, NUDHL seeks to build off these interdisciplinary discussions and offer a broad array of session topics, readings and presentations.
To view the 2013-2014 schedule, go here.