CCE: Digital Humanities Summer Seminar

Members of the week-long Digital Humanities/Liberal Arts seminar will read, discuss, and utilize scholarship and selected applicants will have the opportunity to travel to conferences, workshops and labs for further training. Members of the seminar will receive support for planning, implementing, and assessing a digitally-based project into a core curriculum course. Members of the seminar will present their own projects at workshops to disseminate digital humanities/liberal arts awareness.

Any full-time, tenured, tenure track or non-tenure track faculty member within the university may submit proposals. Faculty members may apply to participate in multiple CCE Summer Seminars (e.g. Interdisciplinary). Participants must also be available to attend the seminar 9-4 Monday, May 29, through Friday, June 2. Faculty members should submit a complete electronic copy of their proposals to the Core Curriculum Enhancement Program via email (

Due Date: no later than 4:00 pm on Friday April 21, 2017

It is anticipated that up to 10 proposals will be funded. Participants will receive $2500 upon completion of the seminar and a second $2500 after submission of a new or revised syllabus, the final evaluation report, and student evaluations of the course, no later than the end of Fall 2019. Funding decisions will be made and communicated to faculty by April 28, 2017. See the RPF for details regarding the proposal requirements and format.

Click here to download the RFP.


  • Led by: Dr. Elizabeth Manley (HIST) and various regional and national digital humanities practitioners
  • Date: May 29-June 2, 2017
  • Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Location: Mellon Seminar Room - LRC 532B
  • Sponsor: CCE
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Tags: core curriculum, digital humanities
Format: seminar
Event ID: 01554

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