The Digital Humanities Seminar Series will introduce some of the key approaches and tools utilized across Digital Humanities scholarship. Participants will be given exposure to the field’s methodological best-practices, as well as have an opportunity to discuss the scholarly implications of digital research methods. Each seminar will focus on a specific aspect of the Digital Humanities, with no previous knowledge of these topics being required. This seminar series will be particularly suited to Humanities students and faculty looking to use computation in their own research, but it would also be of interest to those curious about the Digital Humanities.

The Digital Humanities Seminar Series is sponsored by the University Libraries, and the College of the Liberal Arts, in collaboration with ITS Services and Solutions (SaS). For the list of seminars and to register, visit the Humanities {Lab} events page (, or contact James O’Sullivan (josullivan[at]psu[dot]edu) and Dawn Childress (dawn[at]psu[dot]edu).