Thanks to all in our community for working together toward the DHSI Statement on Ethics and Inclusion, and to Jacqueline Wernimont and Angel David Nieves for their leadership.
DHSI 2018 -> DHSI 2019!
What a fabulous time together! Thanks to the ~900 DHSIers, plus those in our partnered events with the Digital Library Federation and the Symposium for Indigenous New Media, who joined us and made DHSI 2018 the wonderful, engaging time it was! ... and if, like us, you're already thinking of next year, take a peek at our DHSI 2019 offerings and speakers as we update the website -- with some excellent new courses to add to the mix!
Thanks DLF, SINM, Congress, MLA, and DH!
We're so pleased to have partnered this past year with the Digital Library Federation, the Symposium for Indigenous New Media, CFHSS Congress, the Modern Language Association, the ADHO International DH Training Network, and others! Look for us this coming year at MLA, Congress, and DH again!
Propose a Course for DHSI
Got special DH skills and a desire to teach them? Got something you'd really like to learn about? Propose a community course for DHSI!
More about the DHSI?
Find out why the Chronicle notes the importance of DHSI and DH training to humanities work -- calling DHSI Summer Camp for DHers and, more recently, "grown up nerd camp" ;). Read about us in the larger context of DH and its interdisciplinary history.
The Digital Humanities Summer Institute provides an ideal environment for discussing and learning about new computing technologies and how they are influencing teaching, research, dissemination, creation, and preservation in different disciplines, via a community-based approach.
A time of intensive coursework, seminars, and lectures, participants at DHSI share ideas and methods, and develop expertise in using advanced technologies. Every summer, the institute brings together faculty, staff, and students from the Arts, Humanities, Library, and Archives communities as well as independent scholars and participants from areas beyond.
Described by one participant as an event that "combines the best aspects of a skills workshop, international conference, and summer camp," the DHSI prides itself on its friendly, informal, and collegial atmosphere. We invite you to join the DHSI community in Victoria for a time of focused practice, learning, and connecting with (and making new) friends and colleagues.
DH Training Network: We're pleased that DHSI, Digital Methods Training, Western Sydney U (4-8 December 2017), DHSI@MLA (6 January 2018, New York), DHSITE@Ottawa (2-5 May & 4-7 July 2018), DH@Guelph (14-18 May 2018), DHSI@Congress (May 2018, Regina), HILT (4-8 June 2018), DH@Oxford (2-6 July 2018), DH@Leipzig (16-27 July 2018), DHI Beirut , ILiADS @Hamilton College DHi, EDIROM DH, and the training groups at IDE, Northeastern, and Programming4Humanists@TAMU are working together as a network of DH training institutes. Please see our partners' offerings!
Register for a 2018 Course
Registration for DHSI 2018 is now completed. 2019 registration will open soon! Course offerings are taking shape.... Check them out!
Apply for a 2018 Scholarship
Scholarship applications for DHSI 2018 are now completed, and will open soon for 2019. We are very grateful for the exceptional generosity of our sponsors and partners!
What DHSIers Say
About DHSI, & its Partners and Sponsors
DHSI takes place on the University of Victoria campus, and is offered by UVic's Electronic Textual Cultures Lab. Please see our archive for our offerings since 2001, beginning at Vancouver Island University, and our partnered events and offerings worldwide.
DHSI's current institutional partners and sponsors include U Victoria and its Library, the U British Columbia Library and its Faculty of Arts, U British Columbia Okanagan, the Simon Fraser U Library, the Canadian Institute for Studies in Publishing (Publishing@SFU), Vancouver Island U, the Simpson Center for the Humanities at U Washington, the Pacific Northwest Colleges Consortium, the College of Arts at U Guelph, the Centre for Digital Humanities in the Faculty of Arts at Ryerson U, Hamilton College DHi, Bucknell U, Texas A&M U, NYU English, CUNY Graduate Center, U Wisconsin-Green Bay, U Michigan Institute for the Humanities, Texas Christian U New Media Writing Studio, SUNY Oswego College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Rutgers U-Camden Digital Studies Center, Baylor U, Grand Valley State U, the Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship @ McMaster U, Carnegie Mellon U, Indiana U Libraries, Whitman College, the College of Wooster, U Pittsburgh, Greensburg, Iowa State U, Penn State, Behrend College, U South Florida Library, History and English, Emory U Center for Digital Scholarship, Digital Scholarship Center at U Cincinnati, Christopher Newport U, Gonzaga U, Five Colleges of Ohio, U Virginia Library, U Toronto, Jackman Humanities Institute, Hofstra U, Digital Research Center, California State U Northridge, Center for Digital Humanities, SUNY Geneseo, DH at William and Mary, Champlain College, and the Digital Humanities Group at UC Berkeley. DHSI's project partners and sponsors include the Advanced Research Consortium (ARC), the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory / Le Collaboratoire scientifique des écrits du Canada (CWRC/CSÉC), the Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada (LGLC) project, the Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network (DiXiT), the Canadian Statistical Sciences Institute (CANSSI), the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) Consortium,the AMICAL Consortium, and the Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) project. DHSI's organisational partners and sponsors include the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organisations (ADHO), the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences (CFHSS), the Modern Language Association (MLA), the Canadian Society for Digital Humanities / Société canadienne des humanités numériques (CSDH/SCHN), the Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH), the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing (SHARP), the Electronic Literature Organization (ELO), the Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC), Compute Canada, the Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN), Association for Documentary Editing (ADE), Digital Library Federation (DLF), the Renaissance Society of America (RSA), the Society for Textual Scholarship (STS), the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), and others.