USM Digital Humanities

USM Digital Humanities is an interdisciplinary initiative that extends the range and scope of scholarship, research, and creative activity at USM through innovative uses of digital technologies, extramural partnerships, and community engagement. Learn more about USM Digital Humanities.

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Digital Humanities: John Muthyala on Writing and Designing

Digital Humanities: Writing and Designing

On August 13, 2021, Professor John Muthyala gave a lecture on “Digital Humanities: Writing and Designing,” at the University of Hyderabad (UoH), India.

Multiliteracies and Multimodality: Designing For Our Future

Special Events on September 28 and September 29.

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Digital Humanities at USM

This interdisciplinary initiative extends the scope of scholarship and creative activity via digital technologies, extramural partnerships, and community engagement.

Digital Humanities Scholar Adeline Koh Lectures at USM

Professor Koh's lecture focused on the formation and concept of political communities created by social media tools and platforms.

Digital Humanities Scholar Matthew Jockers Lectures at USM

Prof. Jockers discussed “macroanalysis” as a way to examine literary texts and data with technology for patterns not readily apparent through conventional analysis.