Digital Humanities

Kansas State University Digital Humanities Center

The Kansas State University Digital Humanities Center (KSUDHC) brings together faculty and students from across the university to promote Humanities teaching and research in the digital environment. In keeping with K-State's mission and status as the first land grant university, KSUDHC facilitates the study of computing in Humanities research and pedagogy by creating and, in collaboration with national and international research partners, supporting digital applications that are not only of significant scholarly importance, but have broad public impact.

 

Institutional Partners

The KSUDHC includes collaborative partnerships between the following programs at Kansas State University:

If you are interested in becoming an institutional partner, please contact Mark Crosby, Assistant Professor of English and Digital Humanities Coordinator, at crosbym@ksu.edu.

 

Projects

William Blake ArchiveBlake Archive

  • Project leader (Kansas State): Mark Crosby

WWI poetry postcardAmerican Poetry of the First World War

Adaptation and Appropriate DatabaseAdaptation and Appropriation Database

  • Project manager: Alex Stinson
  • Contributors: Steven Kelly (2014), Elizabeth Hoyt (2014)

Gordon Parks CollectionGordon Parks

  • Project leader: Katy Karlin
  • Contributors: Lacey Brummer (2014), Elijah Kampsen (2014), Carmen Schober (2014), Stephanie Scott (2014)

John Steuart Curry ArchiveJohn Steuart Curry

  • Project leader: Beach Museum of Art
  • Contributors: Fred Amstutz (2014), Elizabeth Thompson (2014), Virgina Vincent (2014)

 

Courses

  • English 695 "Introduction to the Digital Humanities: Humanities, Computing, and Digital Editing" (Spring 2014)

 

More Information

For more information about Digital Humanities, contact Mark Crosby, Assistant Professor of English and Digital Humanities Coordinator, at crosbym@ksu.edu or follow us at @DHKState.