Digital Humanities Working Group (April 2nd, 2024)

April 2, 2024, 12:30pm to 1:30pm

Location: Hybrid in-person in the D-Lab Collaboratory, 356 Social Sciences Building (3rd floor), or join us via Zoom! 

Date & Time: This hybrid event occurs on:

  • Tuesday, April 2 @ 12:30pm-1:30pm (rescheduled due to spring break)
  • Tuesday, April 30 @ 12:30pm-1:30pm


Calling all digital humanities enthusiasts!

Lightning talks for our fourth DHWG meeting:

  • "Contested Zones: Municipal Zoning Reform Efforts in the United States and the Housing Political Infrastructure" by Joshua Cantong, Data Analyst at the Othering & Belonging Institute
  • "Prosopography and Mapping of Turn of the Century Cochinchinese Vietnamese Elite" by Anthony Morreale, Ph.D. Candidate in the History Department
  • "A WhatsApp-based audio-survey framework and its application for gathering field data in Latin American educational programs in the study of the Hope Scale" by Eduardo da Veiga Beltrame, Visiting Scholar at the UCB School of Education

If you are interested in presenting for this session please complete this google form.

We encourage everyone to participate, regardless of your experience level. The DH Working Group is a welcoming and supportive community for all things digital humanities.

About the Digital Humanities Working Group

The UC Berkeley Digital Humanities Working Group is a research community founded to facilitate interdisciplinary conversations in the digital humanities and cultural analytics. Our gatherings are participant driven and provide a place for sharing research ideas (including brainstorming new ideas and receiving feedback from others), learning about the intersection of computational methods and humanistic inquiry, and connecting with others working in this space at Berkeley.

We welcome grad students, faculty, and staff from all disciplinary backgrounds regardless of whether you are a beginner or an expert in empirical and data-driven methods. Working group meetings may include participants sharing work on current or future research, open discussions about theoretical, methodological or other challenges (e.g., data collection), invited speakers, and social mixers. Research at any stage of development (including nascent) is welcome for discussion.

The Digital Humanities Working Group is led by Tim Tangherlini (Department of Scandinavian) and David Bamman (School of Information), and sponsored by D-Lab: Claudia von Vacano, Aaron Culich, Finley Golightly, and the UTech staff.

Location: Hybrid in-person in the D-Lab Collaboratory, 356 Social Sciences Building (3rd floor), or join us via Zoom!

Questions? Email: