Westergaardian Species Counterpoint Online

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Summer Workshop

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Bringing digital methodologies into the humanities classroom

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A new partnership between Washington University and the University of Missouri-St. Louis introduces graduate students to the digital tools that are changing the very nature of humanities scholarship — and expanding the kinds of questions scholars are asking.

Graduate Student Drop-in Clinic

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The Humanities Digital Workshop will be debuting a weekly drop-in clinic for graduate students who use, or would like to use, digital or computational elements in their humanities-based research.

German Jane Eyre, 1848-1914

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Principal Investigator: Lynne Tatlock, Washington University in St. Louis. One year after its first publication in London in 1847, Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre first appeared in both English and in German translation in the German-language print domain, and over the next sixty years the novel circulated widely in the German-language print domain

Post-baccaulaureate Fellows

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Graduate Certificate and Undergraduate Minor in Digital Humanities

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West River Inscriptions project

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We Don't Already Understand the Outlines of Literary History

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Presentations associated with HDW work

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The Shape of History: Reimagining Nineteenth-Century Data Visualization

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Mapping LGBTQ St. Louis seeks undergrad RAs

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