The DH Blog
The decreasing costs of digital curation and the spread of online collections have been a huge boon both to academic scholars and the public, now able to explore the collections of museums, libraries, archives, and other institutions across the world for their research or their own curiosity. Yet many of these collections fall victim to an issue known as "data silo-ism"; they become repositories isolated from wider networks of similar material.
The varied and fluid field known as digital humanities is practiced across the University; some researchers have used computing technology to enhance their humanist work for decades. This site was created to bring together the researchers, projects, and resources for the University's DH community.