Digital Humanities at Carleton

Digital Humanities projects are proliferating at Carleton as faculty members increasingly integrate digital technologies into their research and teaching.

The core element of our initiative is our Digital Humanities Associates program, a group of undergraduate students who receive training in DH methods and theory and help faculty develop digital humanities projects and integrate digital scholarship deeply into their classroom curricula. The DHA program is overseen by Reference & Instructional Librarian for Digital Scholarship Sarah Calhoun and Assistant Director for Digital Humanities Austin Mason, is housed in the Gould Library and is staffed by students funded through the Humanities Center, Gould Library, and ITS. Learn more about the Digital Humanities Associates program.

Our digital humanities initiative collaborates on projects and seeks opportunities for partnerships with other colleges, such as St. Olaf and Macalester.

There are also a number of curricular opportunities offered during the academic year by our assistant director for digital humanities , Dr. Austin Mason. Learn more about Dr. Mason's courses.