Many of our faculty and graduate students are pursuing innovative research and teaching projects using digital technologies. From helping students craft dynamic multimedia projects to using analytical software to track patterns in serialized novels, our community of teachers and students are at the forefront of emerging digital work with English literature, writing, and linguistics.
Prof. Robin Valenza, Faculty Lead
The Humanities Research Bridge will provide a suite of services and space for digital research, workshops, consultations by appointment and collaboration. The UW campus community has demonstrated a strong interest in developing the resources necessary to foster computational research methods and technologies. Equally important is building a digital research community for building a strong network of scholars, graduate students, and staff interested in learning, sharing, and developing these interests across the UW community.
Collaborations with other institutions, and collaborative initiatives, such as Project Bamboo, will further advance research and development in the digital humanities. We appreciate your interest in the Humanities Research Bridge and look forward to developing this initiative aimed at furthering cutting edge research at the UW and building a strong community of twenty-first century scholars.