The Center for Digital Humanities and Culture (DHC) at IUP supports scholarship, proof-of-concept explorations, and project applications of digital technologies in Humanistic inquiry. It recognizes that today technology saturates the entire academic sphere, from classroom, to library, to lab. It aims to facilitate conversation, collaboration, and resource sharing amongst specialists within the disciplines. It seeks to make connections between new technologies and traditional knowledge areas, as the academy navigates the "print-to-digital" paradigm shift. Former projects include Audibleword.org, Reading Rebooted, and the Open Source Toolkit. Our current project is developing a Women's Diary archive with Dr. Tanya Heflin, using Omeka.
This work has been facilitated by the NEH Hipstas project. A preliminary research report on my work with "versioning" appears at U Penn's Jacket 2: "Distanced sounding: ARLO as a tool for the analysis and visualization of versioning phenomena within poetry audio"