The Public Humanities Hub is very interested in fostering and supporting digital humanities scholarship at UBC. Please see below for the current ways to get involved, to learn new DH skills, to collaborate on digital projects, and find university support for your DH work.
COLLABORATION: A Digital Humanities Conference
October 28-31, 2020 | Our conference theme was “Collaboration.” Collaborations of one kind or another are at the heart of most digital humanities projects: collaborations between researchers, between disciplines, between institutions, or between creators and users. The conference was designed to showcase DH research and infrastructure at UBC and beyond, to discuss the various types of collaboration made possible via the digital humanities, and to explore potential collaborations with colleagues at other universities in Canada and abroad.
View the conference site for more information. Recorded sessions are available for viewing in the embedded Youtube playlist below.
Digital Humanities Advising and Consultations
Advanced Research Computing (ARC) Humanities and Social Sciences Specialist Megan Meredith-Lobay is available for online consultations with UBC faculty and graduate students about DH projects or interests. Send her an email inquiry by clicking her linked name above.
- View ARC’s database of existing DH projects from UBC scholars.
Pixellating @ Research Commons
Do you want to learn how to build an online exhibit with Omeka? Are you interested in data visualization? Research Commons at UBC Library host a number of events on digital scholarship from project showcases to skill-building workshops. All skill levels are welcome. View the calendar for upcoming Pixellating events.
Join the DH Research Network
Are you interested in joining a network of UBC scholars who are interested in digital humanities? Join the DH Research Network here.