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Death & Human History in Athens

Check out our latest experiment with DH in the classroom. Five undergraduate classes have contributed to this interdisciplinary and collaborative exploration into the complex history of Athens, Georgia through its historic cemeteries.

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DIGI Colloquium: Proverbs, Patterns, Populations

English PhD candidate Barry Shelton will examine the fix ity and flexibility of proverbs in a very large social media corpus, with particular focus on paradigmatic variation and discourse communities.
Free and open to the public.

Friday March 17 at 3pm in the DigiLab


CFP: Digital Humanities Micro Grants

Through funding from the Willson Center and OVPR we are offering micro-grants for researchers working on digital projects. Do you need software? Access to a database? A technical resource? We want to help you succeed. Apply for funding up to $500.

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