Rice’s digital humanities group brings together faculty, students and staff with an interest exploring the cultural, scholarly and educational significance of digital resources and technologies for the humanities and social sciences. It includes members from history, English, architecture, computer science, anthropology, art history, religious studies, the Center for Written, Oral and Visual Communication, the Center for Teaching Excellence, Fondren Library, Center for Digital Learning and Scholarship, and the Humanities Research Center, and other departments. The Rice DH group sponsors events, convenes conversations, identifies common problems and opportunities, shares ideas, and builds community.
If you are interested in participating in this group, please contact Lisa Spiro, Executive Director of Digital Scholarship Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This web site also provides information about digital humanities courses taught at Rice, including HURC 604, which was taught in the fall of 2013.