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About TDHN

The Triangle Digital Humanities Network (TDHN) is a joint project of Duke University, North Carolina State University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the National Humanities Center.

University faculty, students, and staff at institutions across the ‘Research Triangle’ combined with the National Humanities Center are involved in developing, supporting, or learning more about ongoing digital humanities scholarship are welcome to join the collaborative. The purpose is to advance the development of digital humanities projects, create a more integrated network of support and collaboration among scholars, technical experts, and others interested in the use of digital technologies for humanities research, teaching and dissemination, and to facilitate professional standards and training for students engaged in digital humanities work at the graduate level.

If you have particular areas of interest or expertise, we encourage you to join us in building a stronger community for those pursuing and expanding the possibilities for research and scholarship through digital technology. Join the collaborative or update your profile here.

If you would like to have a project listed, please share your information here.

If you currently support digital humanities work on your campus or would like to make yourself, your department, or center available to other collaborative members (or are simply interested in learning more about the digital humanities) please tell us about yourself here.

For inquiries about this site, please send email to Dan Anderson or Malina Chavez.

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