The Digital Humanities Committee will again conduct a series of Digital Humanities Workshops for graduate students. Each workshop will run for 2 hours, 5-7pm, and food will be served.  All are welcome!

Digital Humanities & Your Career

Thursday, February 8th, 5-7pm
Space 154, 1st Floor, Walsh Library

Using LinkedIn, a professional organization website, or other relevant job posting site, identify a position you would be interested in applying for after graduation.  In what ways would DH skills help you succeed in this position?  We will look at some trends in hiring and look to find the overlap between these roles and the types of analytical and technical skills used in DH projects.  Bring a copy of the description, your cover letter and resume to discuss how you can highlight your experience with DH projects during your program when applying for positions.

Digital Humanities Hack-a-Thon

Thursday, March 15th 5-7pm
Space 154, 1st Floor, Walsh Library

Whether you are new to DH or have experience contributing to a project, this hackathon is the perfect opportunity to learn more about DH by contributing to ongoing projects of SHU faculty. Participants will have a variety of tasks to choose from, including information gathering, working in WordPress, and editing.  Please bring a laptop, power cord, and enthusiasm for DH.  Even if you are unable to complete a task, we encourage you to attend to gain a deeper understanding of the varied field of digital humanities.  Attendees who complete tasks will earn a digital badge highlighting the DH skill acquired during the hackathon.

DH Project Presentations

Wednesday, April 11
Space 154, 1st Floor, Walsh Library

Seton Hall’s HASTAC Scholars and graduate students from other institutions will present their current DH projects.  These presentations will introduce some of the varied tools graduate students use in digital humanities scholarship.


Please RSVP for the sessions you will be attending: