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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

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DIGI Colloquium:

Text Analysis in CURO research: The Rhetoric of Privacy; Poetics from a Distance in Modernist Magazines

Friday April 26 from 4-5

Seniors in the English department, Maggie Dryden and Ragan Foley, will present their semester long CURO projects. Foley’s work looks at a corpus of privacy policies and investigates their rhetorical structure while Dryden examines the spectrum of difference and editorial discretion in a corpus of poems from The Little Review.

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DIGI Office Hours: Ask all the questions!

Linguistics PhD candidate Joey Stanley, will hold weekly office hours in support of the following

Every Wednesday     11:30 – 1:15

  • R scripting/coding
  • Statistical analysis
  • Data visualization
  • Data clean-up
  • Excel
  • Perl
  • JMP
  • HTML/CSS
  • text mining and corpus analysis
  • Praat scripting
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DH Working Group

Join our group and meet other like-minded researchers!

Who can join? Early-career faculty and graduate students who are experts or dabblers in DH.

What will we do? Read & discuss a DH scholarship; read & discuss each other’s writing.

Must be available: twice monthly, alternating Wednesdays 2:30-3:30, Aug- Dec

Contact Elliott Kuecker to join.