The Chesapeake Digital Humanities Consortium (CDHC) is an association of people and institutions committed to the cooperative development of teaching, learning, research, and community partnerships in the digital humanities. Because place and space shape collaboration, CDHC is focused on supporting digital humanities in the D.C, Virginia, and Maryland region.
CDHC has three guiding goals:
- Identifying, developing, and communicating opportunities for members to pursue the digital humanities.
- Building accessible, diverse, and equitable digital humanities communities.
- Fostering sharing, collaboration, and innovation among people, places, and institutions.
Joining CDHC is simple, just fill out our membership form. You will have the option to make your information available in a public membership directory to facilitate collaboration amongst our members.
Want to stay up to date on what’s happening at other institutions? Sign-up for our email list.
We can also be found on the #chesapeakedh channel on the Digital Humanities Slack or on Twitter @chesapeakedh.
View our public membership roster to learn more about our members and find collaborators.
Save the date! The Chesapeake Digital Humanities Consortium will be holding its first symposium on Friday, February 21st, 2020. The symposium will be hosted by William & Mary with Catherine Knight Steele keynoting.
Check out the CFP for more details about how to apply! Submissions due by January 6th.
- Steering Chair - Mackenzie Brooks, Associate Professor & Digital Humanities Librarian, Washington and Lee University
- Vice-chair - Corinne Guimont, Digital Publishing Specialist, Virginia Tech
- Communication chair - Brandon Walsh, Head of Student Programs, Scholars’ Lab, UVA
- Membership & Outreach chair - Alexandra Macdonald - PhD Student, William & Mary
- Annual Program committee:
- Jim Ambuske, Mount Vernon, chair
- Lindsay Chervinsky, The White House Historical Association
- Mike Davis, Hampton University
- Corinne Guimont, steering liaison
- Khanh Vo, W&M graduate student
With the help of funding from the Associated Colleges of the South, Washington and Lee University, and University of Virginia Scholars’ Lab, the Consortium formed in March 2018 to encourage collaboration across liberal arts colleges and Carnegie classification Research I universities. The scope quickly expanded to focus on people, rather than institutions, in the Washington D.C, Maryland, and Virginia region.
On May 29, 2019, a group met at the University of Richmond to solidify the consortium. At this meeting, we established a governance structure and finalized the statement of purpose. We hope to hold an annual conference in 2020.
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