The Humanities + Data Lab houses projects that engage in the work of the humanities–adding value to cultural artifacts through interpretation and analysis–in a digital context. Broadly, all Humanities + Data Lab projects investigate code as a sustainable medium for representing cultural history. The stakes are high, as the development of sustainable, robust humanist data shapes what both scholars and the general public can know about digitized cultural history.
What are the Digital Humanities?
Find out more about the Digital Humanities in this Research2Reality video.
Friends of the Lab
The Humanities + Data Lab has been made possible by generous support from the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Arts (with especial thanks to the Facilities team), Department of Communication, Digital Humanities at uOttawa and the Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI). Its projects are funded thanks to support from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, with further infrastructure support from WestGrid and Compute Canada.