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Workshop: Further Adventures in Digital Humanities Research Techniques

May 3, 2024 @
9:00 a.m.
- 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time
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Open to faculty, staff, and graduate students from Clark University and surrounding institutions!

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Clark University Facilitators:

  • Eduard Arriaga-Arango, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor and Chair
    Department of Language, Literature, and Culture
  • Li Han, Ph.D.
    Professor of Computer Science
    Director, Interdisciplinary Program in Data Science
  • Matt Malsky, Ph.D.
    Professor of Music
    Director, Higgins School of Humanities

We will continue our Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities workshop series with a morning-long, hands-on primer to some basic computing skills used in the DH. In addition to offering an opportunity to review topics covered in our Fall 2023 workshop, this session will introduce textual analysis, mining and visualization; and databases, including concepts such as structured data, SQL, and exploring data.

Together we will work to share the kinds of knowledge, data, methods, and research questions we encounter in our own disciplines, and to cultivate a community of practice and practitioners in the digital humanities.

This session does not assume any prior knowledge of digital humanities experience and is suitable for all skills levels. Registration is free and open to faculty, staff, and graduate students. This workshop will only be conducted in person.

Please contact the Higgins School of Humanities at or (508) 793-7479 with questions.

Sponsored by the Digital Humanities Research Collaborative at the Higgins School of Humanities and the Data Science Program at Clark University


May 3, 2024
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
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