Recent News

  • Congratulations to Cody Mejeur
    10/25/22
    A digital humanities series going live at Public Books: people doing different things with data, texts, and cultural criticism: https://www.publicbooks.org/  You’d have to write to Cody to see if there are talks going forward later this month or in November, because all the info he sent us initially was for talks already in the past.
  • Congratulations to Andrew Lison
    10/25/22
    Andrew Lison: Computational Media Literacies Collaboratory! Coordinated by faculty members in the Learning and Instruction and Media Study departments, the CMLC will offer workshops on emerging computational technologies in dialogue across theory and practice.
  • Congratulations to Alessandro Sebastiani
    7/26/22
    Alessandro Sebastiani received a UB OVPRED grant for a DH project called “Impero Goes Public” where he created a virtual archaeological exhibition of his research project in Tuscany.
  • Congratulations to Margaret Rhee and Cody Mejeur
    9/22/21
    2/24/2021 - Congratulations to Margaret Rhee (Director) and Cody Mejeur (Associate Director) for receiving a Mellon Foundation sub-award for Palah Light Lab. The lead institution in the award was Michigan State University and the award is for “Creativity in the Time of COVID-19: Art as a Tool for Combating Inequity and Injustice.” You can read the story on UBNow.
  • Archaeological excavations (Alessandro Sebastiani, UB Classics)
    7/14/22
    Archaeological excavations (AlessandroSebastiani, UB Classics) have  revealed  exciting discoveries: the existence of a new late Etruscan necropolis  in south Tuscany. Some findings can be seen at Impero Project— which also provides videos and daily journals of field activities
  • Congratulations to Kristen Moore
    9/16/22
    Sept 2022 - Congratulations to Kristen Moore (Associate Professor, Depts Engineering Education and English) for receiving a $1.5M NSF grant titled "A Socio-Technical Approach to Solve Grand Societal Challenges: Engineering Design and Innovation Scholars Program." The program provides first generation students with financial support and the opportunity to develop social justice-focused, community-based research projects.