The Digital Humanities Initiative is an interdisciplinary community of MU faculty, staff, and students interested in exploring and developing the "digital humanities", broadly construed as the intersection of humanities disciplines and computing. This includes the development and use of online collections, exhibits, editions, and other resources; the use of computing software and techniques in the aid of humanities research; the exploration of new methods of scholarly communication and collaboration; and reflection and research on the impact of the digital technologies on human civilization and cultures.
We communicate via the DigHumanities-L listserv and meet periodically. We sponsor the monthly Digital Humanities Colloquia, an opportunity to hear about current projects and exchange ideas.
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This year’s theme is Collaboration : The Future of Research.
CI Day fosters collaboration, networking, and collective problem solving. Attendees will learn more about advanced computing technologies across a wide range of disciplines.