Center for Digital Humanities
Digital Humanities is an interdisciplinary field that encompasses many kinds of content;
it is a space of experimentation in which new methods are being deployed. According
to one definition, Digital Humanities is the future of our cultural heritage. The
ways in which we archive, search and access the records of the past are being transformed
in the Information Age. Digital Humanities is the interdisciplinary field that seeks
both to shape these transformations and to study their effects.
David Chesnutt Graduate Student Travel Fellowship
The Chesnutt Fellowship provides limited funding for USC graduate or undergraduate students working in Digital Humanities
will henceforth be available, made possible through the generosity of the the David
R. Chesnutt Memorial Fund.
Digital Humanities Projects
Our faculty and staff have developed projects which feature a range of technologies,
have fostered innovative uses of technology in the classroom, and have helped faculty,
staff, and students across the campus explore possibilities created by digital humanities
Future Knowledge: Prospects for a Digital Era
Established in 2008, Future Knowledge: Prospects for a Digital Era is a lecture series
dedicated to bringing a veritable who's who in the Digital Humanities to USC.
Digital Brown Bag
The Digital Brown Bag is an informal lunch-time lecture series at which University
of South Carolina students, faculty and staff discuss their current and on-going research
in the field of digital humanities.
A collection of resources for all those interested in or working with Digital Humanities,
including funding and support, digital humanities in the classroom, and tools