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Dig into DIGI

DIGI is the Digital Humanities initiative of the Willson Center, the UGA Libraries and the UGA Press supporting DH projects and pedagogy at UGA

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Welcome to DigiLab

Located on the third floor of the Main Library, Willson Center Digital Humanities Lab is a state-of-the-art instruction space as well as an incubator and publicity hub for ongoing and nationally significant digital humanities projects

Your Gateway into the Digital Humanities Universe


Data Office Hours

Whether just starting your work, or trying to make sense of your research, schedule an appointment for our Data Office Hours and bring your data for advice and guidance on your project. Expertise in corpus linguistics, Excel, and R, among other tools for data structuring and visualization.

Tuesdays 4:00-5:00, Wednesdays 2:00-3:00

Schedule an appointment


Text Analysis 101 (Workshop Series)

This series of workshops, led by Katie Kuiper, will show participants their options to analyze text at scale. These sessions are open to all and are intended for beginners. No experience necessary.

Each session will include a different topic. Participants should choose the sessions that best fit their research agenda.

Apr. 1: Text Analysis Basics
Apr. 8: Text Analysis for Literature and Beyond
Apr. 15: Creating your own Social Media Corpus
Apr. 22: Text Analysis Applications: Social Media

Register here for the Zoom link.


Colloquium: Apr. 29

“Competing Ownership Models in Pirated Transnational Media Flows”

Katherine Hoovestol, an undergraduate completing the DH Certificate, will present her work on the notion of piracy in transnational media. Using the Norwegian franchise Skam as a case study, she will show that we can understand how these two kinds of desired ownership –the corporation’s financial and the fan’s affective –can simultaneously be met through a more elastic perception of media piracy.

Date: April 29, 4:00 pm

Register for this virtual event here

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