Digital Humanities

Spencer Le

Data Peer Consultant, UTech
Computer Science
Data Science

I am a senior majoring in Computer Science and minoring in Data Science. I love crunching down big data and analyzing it in order to help solve real-life issues. In my free time, I like jamming out to music, drawing, studying history, and posting on my foodstagram. If you have any questions regarding Computer Science or Data Science, please stop by!

Anushah Hossain

Senior Data Science Fellow
Energy and Resources Group

Anushah's background is in history and economics and she is interested in questions of how technological and social trends inform one another. She uses the models and methods of these disciplines - theories of technological change, an eye towards historical contingencies, and familiarity with programming tools - to undergird her work. In the past she's studied how internet users make sense of barriers they encounter when accessing the web, how cellular communications alter the nature of village life in the Philippines, and how the South Asian diaspora finds...

Chun Ho Chow

Data Science Fellow
City and Regional Planning
Civil and Environmental Engineering

I'm a dual-degree MCP City Planning / MS Transportation Engineering student. My background is in physics, and I'm interested in understanding and modelling urban and regional systems, including their morphology/form, interactions, and fundamental dynamics, using complex systems and computational methods. I'm also interested in the emergence and evolution of social complexity, urbanism, and regional networks of cities.

Daphne Yang

Data Science Fellow
School of Information

Daphne is a current 5th-year graduate student at the School of Information with a keen interest in the intersection between healthcare and data science. She has prior work experience in the realm of public health, consulting, and research. Currently, she is a data science research intern at a DC consumer experience startup. She is particularly interested in how data can be used to power insights and help move society towards a more equitable future.

Adam Anderson, Ph.D.

Research Training Manager; Postdoc Lecturer
Digital Humanities

I’m an interdisciplinary data scientist, with a background in Middle Eastern languages (Hebrew, Arabic, and historical languages like Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian and Babylonian). I’ve worked in Syria, Lebanon, Israel, and Turkey with archaeological sites and museums. My technical skills include: translation and data storytelling, data forensics (3D imaging, mapping, modeling), computational linguistics (CTA, NLP, OCR), and network analysis (SNA). My roles on campus include: Research Training Manager of the Computational Social Science Training Program; Postdoc Lecturer...

Cultural Analytics Learning Institute for Digital Humanities

March 2, 2021

Are you interested in developing transferable competencies that are attractive to employers and academic programs? The digital and data revolutions have transformed our world. In our digital humanities program, the UC Berkeley Cultural Analytics Learning Institute for Digital Humanities (CALI-DH), you will explore questions about art and culture using digital tools. By pairing computational methods and domain specialization you can better understand complex phenomena and cultures and how computational analysis influences what you see. ...

Brooks Jessup, Ph.D.

Data Science Fellow

Brooks received his Ph.D. in History from UC Berkeley and was trained in Data Science at General Assembly. His work applies digital tools and methods to the study of modern cities and urban issues. At D-Lab, he teaches and consults on data analytics, machine learning, geospatial analysis, and natural language processing with Python and SQL.