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DHRI a Huge Success


Over 110 people from San José State, San Diego State, and other California institutions registered for our first Digital Humanities Research Institute (DHRI), Networked Connections: Explorations Across Digital Humanities. Fourteen digital humanities practitioners shared their work and expertise with our participants and many continue with our DHRI program as mentors to faculty, staff, and graduate students eager to get started on their own digital scholarship journey. View recordings of the event and individual talks.

The DHRI is building supportive, collaborative relationships between colleagues at SJSU, San Diego and across the state, including CSU Northridge, Cal Poly SLO and CSU Los Angeles. This is exactly what we had hoped for!

Christina Mune, Associate Dean, SJSU King Library

The 14 mentor/mentee pairs will meet over the 2022-2023 academic year as the mentees establish their digital humanities work. SJSU and SDSU Libraries will also offer workshops providing technical training and grant writing support for the cohort throughout the year. In April of 2023 SJSU Library will host a celebratory event highlighting accomplishments and collaborations. Check this space for more information!

Join us for the SJSU Digital Humanities Research Institute October 11-12


Register for the event or apply to be a Digital Humanities Research Institute mentee at Contact for more information.