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Digital Humanities Sampler, Part 2





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Uploaded on Dec 22, 2010

Part 2 of four videos showing pilot projects at the cutting edge of research in digital humanities. Recorded at the National Endowment for the Humanities in September 2010, at a meeting of project managers who received start-up grants from NEH's Office of Digital Humanities.

These are the individual projects, in order of appearance:

St. Louis University -- The T-PEN Tool: Sustainability and Quality Control in Encoding Handwritten Texts

University of Arizona -- Poetry Audio/Video Library Phase 2

University of California, Los Angeles -- Software Interface for Real-time Exploration of Three-Dimensional Computer Models of Historic Urban Environments

University of California, San Diego -- Drama in the Delta

University of Chicago -- Dictionnaire Vivant de la Langue Francaise (DVLF): Expanding the French Dictionary

University of Georgia -- AI for Architectural Discourse

University of Maryland, College Park -- MITH API Workshop

University of Nebraska -- Sustaining Digital History

University of North Texas -- Mapping Historical Texts: Combining Text-mining & Geo-visualization to Unlock the Research Potential of Historical Newspapers

University of Richmond -- Landscapes of the American Past: Visualizing Emancipation

University of Virginia -- Supercomputing for Digitized 3D Models of Cultural Heritage

University of Virginia -- ARTeFACT Movement Thesaurus

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