Stanford’s Digital Humanities minor aims to integrate research into academics by offering undergraduates the opportunity to apply computational and digital tools to their pursuits in the humanities.
This summer at the Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis (CESTA) students and faculty are collaborating to digitize archives from various locations around the world.
From the Stanford Marriage Pact to micro-targeted political ads on your Facebook feed, a world governed by information and algorithms has become the new normal. However, the rise of data-driven decision-making has been accompanied by a dangerous ruse of objectivity — the false assumption that numbers must be neutral. As a disclaimer, computer and data…
In September, Stanford’s English department launched the digital humanities (DH) minor, a program which allows students to use digital tools to enhance their understanding of the humanities and generate new questions for innovative research.