内布拉斯加大学林肯分校数字人文研究中心(CDRH)

The Center for Digital Research in the Humanities is a joint initiative of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries and the College of Arts & Sciences.

官方网站:

https://cdrh.unl.edu/

Vision

Advancing cultural inquiry for the public good.

Mission

The Center is a community of researchers collaborating to build digital content and systems in order to generate and express knowledge of the humanities. We mentor emerging voices and advance digital futures for all.

Values

Because we believe the humanities achieves its full scope only as a function of its place in everyone’s lives:

We value all forms of humanistic inquiry.

We value the work and the priorities of CDRH community members in all roles at the university, including students, faculty, staff, and academic leadership.

We value good communication: transparency, constructive dialogue, knowledge sharing, and respectful listening.

We recognize local community and the people of Nebraska, both as audiences for CDRH work and as sources of creative and meaningful collaborations.

We value innovation while still honoring our disciplinary traditions.

We encourage curiosity, learn from failure, embrace difference, and practice patience in order to create a nurturing and humane Digital Humanities community.

We value reparative work in and through the CDRH community that engages underrepresented communities, stories, and experiences.

Background

The Center for Digital Research in the Humanities promotes collaborative, transdisciplinary digital humanities research and encourages grants in the humanities. Through its endowment, the Center provides mentoring opportunities for the next generation of humanities scholars.

As a Program of Excellence, the Center fosters and serves as a catalyst for digital humanities research by providing spaces for collaborative research teams to meet, technological support, infrastructure for long-term sustainability of research, and connections to international research networks. While Faculty Fellows of the Center have tenure homes in Anthropology, Art & Art History, Classics & Religious Studies, English, History and the Libraries, the Center serves any discipline in which the research intersects with the humanities.

With endowment funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities and private donors, the center supports early career humanities scholars.