The Digital Humanities Research Institute took place on June 11–24, 2018. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept additional applications at this time.

What is the Digital Humanities Research Institute?


In June 2018, the Graduate Center Digital Initiatives hosted a ten-day residential workshop at The Graduate Center, CUNY. The participants in the workshop were offered a hands-on curriculum focused on core computational research skills. By the end of the workshop, the participants started developing versions of the workshop for their own communities. Over the academic year 2018–19, the workshop participants built an online network of peers and our experienced staff as they lead their own Digital Humanities Research Institutes. Participants will return to New York in June 2019 to report on their experiences and contribute to a guide to leading workshops such as these in a variety of institutional contexts.

Reasons to Participate


Build Community

Engage with leaders who are passionate about using digital tools to enhance their work.

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Learn New Skills

Build technical and professional skills through collaborative and group-oriented workshops.

Share Resources

Learn how to teach, adapt, and share our open curricula with others.

What to Expect


January 2016 Digital Research Bootcamp

At DHRI you can expect an intensive, community-oriented, and foundational approach to learning technical skills in service of humanities teaching and learning. Through seminar-style discussions with leading scholars in digital humanities, hands-on workshops on core technical competencies, and project development labs, participants will become familiar with working from the command line, collaborating with git, programming with Python, querying structured data, creating maps, and analyzing texts computationally. You will also become part of a growing network of institute leaders by developing your own DHRI based on our open, core curriculum to be led at your home institution or organization.

About Us

GC Digital Initiatives builds and sustains an active community around the shared idea of a "Digital GC," where scholars and technologists explore new modes of inquiry that thoughtfully integrate digital tools and methods into the research, teaching, and service missions of the institution. Learn more on our website.

GC Digital Initiatives

Digital Scholarship Lab, Room 7414
The Graduate Center, CUNY
365 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10016
https://cuny.is/gcdi
@CUNYDHI @Digital_Fellows

This is an archived website for the 2018–19 project funded by a grant from the National Endowment of the Humanities. Click here to go to the live website.