Upcoming DH Events

Digital Humanities Kickoff Meeting at Ramapo College
Read more…

Digital Humanities at Seton Hall University

The Seton Hall Digital Humanities Committee defines Digital Humanities (DH) as a broad and dynamic interdisciplinary field of study. DH scholarship explores traditional areas of humanities through the application of new technologies, as well as applying traditional humanities-oriented questions to emerging technologies in society.  Digital scholarship at the university can be found within three main areas of study.


Explorations of traditional humanities-oriented areas of study that are made possible through the use of statistically grounded, computer-enabled analysis that includes text mining, spatial analysis, data visualization, etc. Research can be both theoretical and methodological in focus.


Into the creation of pedagogical tools and applications of technology to improve classroom learning, as well as studies into how emerging technologies change pedagogy. Research that both advances the use of technology in the classroom and examines and assesses the impact on learning is included.


Of traditional areas of critical theory from the social sciences and humanities to study new media and emerging technologies. Research will advance an understanding of the impact of a rapidly expanding digital culture.

Great Minds Learning Experience – Digital Tools for the 21st Century Student

On August 18-21, 2019 Seton Hall Digital Humanities hosted its first Digital Humanities Bootcamp: "Great Minds Learning Experience - Digital Tools for the 21st Century Student. This four day event successfully showcased to student participants: Learning how to use...

Digital Humanities Kick Off Meeting

Ramapo College, September 27

Meet faculty fellows from Seton Hall University and Ramapo College who will be working together this year. The meeting will be held on the Ramapo College campus at the Trustee’s Pavilion. For more details and registration information…

Summer Seminar 2019 Presentations

his year’s DH Summer Seminar offered faculty the opportunity to learn about and see examples of digital tools and programs for use in their courses. The first day was dedicated to tools that facilitate working with text and the second day was dedicated to tools that facilitate working with data. Day three provided an opportunity for interested SHU faculty to work with a TLTC representative to discuss their course and project ideas.

Project-Based Learning/Managing Student Teams

May 10, 11:00am – 2:00pm Beck Rooms Roundtable Participants and Speakers:  Martin Edwards – School of Diplomacy Joe Martinelli – College of Education and Human Services Elizabeth McCrea – Stillman School of Business Adam Warner - Stillman School of Business Debra...

Educating Problem-Solvers for Our Emerging Digital Ecosystem

Friday, April 12 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. in Bethany Hall. Guest speaker Rebecca Frost Davis will lead activities with faculty to develop ideas on how the topic relates to their teaching. Presentation Description: What skills, abilities, and habits of mind do...


Browse the various projects funded by the Digital Humanities Committee.