The DH Community at Wake Forest is a campus network of faculty from a range of disciplines who are interested in how humanities research and scholarship are advanced or expanded by digital tools and multimedia platforms, and how digital humanities impacts what and how we teach our students. Founded as the DH Initiative in 2011, the DH Community is now a formal program of the Humanities Institute. The DH Community encourages and supports individual as well as collaborative projects, and helps the Institute plan and provide faculty development opportunities in the digital humanities. Since 2011, interest in the digital humanities has steadily grown at Wake Forest to include work by faculty and students from English, Romance Languages, Linguistics, Women’s and Gender Studies, History, Religion, Communication, and still other disciplines and departments.
We are led by a cross-disciplinary Creative Team:
- Lisa Blee (History)
- Ben Ellentuck (ZSR Library)
- Mary Foskett (Religion)
- Jerid Francom (Romance Languages and Linguistics)
- Carrie Johnston (ZSR Library)
- David Phillips (Interdisciplinary Humanities)
- Chelcie Rowell (ZSR Library)
- Phoebe Zerwick (English)
Our goalThe DH Community is a program of Wake Forest's Humanities Institute. We are faculty from across campus interested in investigating the emergence of digital humanities as a field of study, and its relevance and usefulness as a research and teaching tool in the humanities.
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