For us, Digital Humanities is a research method for the Humanities which uses digital tools to turn traditional objects of study into data. As data, we can analyze text, map historical documents, create visualizations, and then use humanities skills to analyze these results.

Check out the resources below.

DH Grants

For large projects that require additional hands, infrastructure, or collaboration a grant might be necessary.

Visit the following granting agencies to view options that might fit your goals:

Or, contact the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts or the Sponsored Projects Administration at UGA to identify additional funding resources.

Contact the Sponsored Projects Administration as early as you can. They will help you navigate the granting process and guide your proposal to have the best chance at being successful.

Here is a brief introduction from Jenna Jones in SPA. SPA presentation

Resources for Grad Students


Take control of your online presence and get ready to hit the job market by creating a unified digital narrative.

  • Check out Joey Stanley’s blog to see his notes on the workshop.
  • Download the Brand Yourself workshop PowerPoint.

Whether you’re applying for a job in academia as a professor or an alt-ac (alternative academic) job be prepared for the complexity of the job market

Make writing your thesis or dissertation easier with our LaTeX template which is approved for use by UGA’s graduate school.

New to LaTeX? See our series of workshops

Introduction to LaTeX
How to best use LaTeX and learn its syntax and logic.
Video recording

Intro to LaTeX materials


The UGA LaTeX Template
How to apply the UGA LaTeX template to your thesis or dissertation.
Video recording

Template and additional materials


Advanced Topics in LaTeX
​Customize and use LaTeX for your own discipline.
Video Recording

Advanced LaTeX handout

Tips for researching during a global pandemic – Julie Velásquez Runk, Associate Professor of Anthropology

These tips can help you stay on track when travel is unpredictable and for making the best use of the resources within your grasp.

Outside Resources

Data Viz Lab – Georgia Tech’s tutorials on data visualization including tutorials on Tableau, Python, and D3

Programming Historian is a directory of different lessons on R, JavaScript, Python, mapping and more. These are all tailored to the humanities.

Methodica Commons – Digital Text Methods site that offers tutorials, programming scripts etc for analyzing text.

DH Toychest – curated by Alan Liu the DH Toychest offers a list of DH tools, sample datasets for practice, tutorials, and a wealth of other information and resources.

  • Chrome has a plugin called WebScraper that makes it easier to scrape websites and to bypass any coding. Follow the instructions on the website to download the plug in and it might be good to watch the intro video on the same page. This will allow you to get a feel for the plug in and how it works. Click here to see how to use this plugin and the site maps.

Here is a list of transcription tools compiled by members of the ALA Digital Scholarship group. Though we have not tested them here, they come with a recommendation from others working on transcription projects.

These sites and packages are designed to facilitate doing your own transcription:

Paid transcription services using humans, AI, or both

Blog post comparing several of these options