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Digital Humanities

Find information, resources, and tools for the Digital Humanities

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Nick Szydlowski
Digital Scholarship Librarian
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library
Office 4051

Digital Humanities Center

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SJSU King Library and the College of Humanities and Arts are working together to bring a Digital Humanities Center to SJSU, with the support of a challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

NEH Challenge Grant: A Digital Humanities Center

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What is Digital Humanities?

Digital Humanities (DH) is the pedagogical and scholarly space where the methods, interests and ways of knowing of the humanities intersect and interact with the tools, methods, and problems of digital technologies.

At the King Library we embrace an expansive and inclusive definition of DH. We aim to support faculty in the arts, humanities, ethnic studies, and allied disciplines who are exploring the use of digital tools and methods in their pedagogy and RSCA.

If you have a project or idea and want to learn more about how the library might be able to help, feel free to reach out to our Scholarly Communications & Digital Scholarship Librarian Nick Szydlowski at