From 2014-2016, RIT student Ben Eshleman conducted archival research and oral history interviews to document the history of the transgender community in Rochester, New York. With his faculty advisor, Dr.
Digital Humanities and Social Sciences is a dynamic and interdisciplinary field of research dedicated to furthering the possibilities of computing for humanities and social sciences subjects including anthropology, art, communication, history, literature, linguistics, philosophy, and political science, among others.
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What are required readings in the field? What should every DHSSer know? One's you've taught or read, or wish read. Let us know!
- Jul 20
For the GoT DHers, this is a cool visualization project plus references Vignelli, whose archives are at RIT! https://t.co/Qi3gA2kXhe
A non-academic DH job: https://t.co/wLaxYrcCI4 They're looking for applicants with undergraduate DH degrees. Check it out!
Come by the University Gallery tomorrow at 11 to see our graduating seniors present their research at the COLA Poster Session!
See you at the DHSS Faculty Research Showcase today at 3 pm in COLA's McKenzie Commons!
Come see us this Saturday @Imagine_RIT! We'll be in Booth 1480 with lots of great projects to show!
Celebrate a great year and learn about new DHSS faculty research May 8 3 pm McKenzie Commons! https://t.co/Qn3VRm6wBK
Founder of Girls Who Code speaking this Friday at 4 at Ingle Auditorium! https://t.co/7tvUK2H38k
Join us for our spring faculty/student mixer tomorrow, 3/22, at 3:30 in the Stan McKenzie Commons (06-1251)!