No-cost Digital Humanities Workshop Summer 2022

Santa Fe FAHA

Deadline: March 31, 2022

The Santa Fe Institute, a research institution focused on the study of complex systems, including human culture, is hosting a no-cost Digital Humanities workshop taking place in summer 2022.

Dates: July 17 – 23, 2022
Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico
Cost: No cost. Room and board and travel to/from Santa Fe are provided.
Focus: Computational analysis as a tool for uncovering patterns in large text corpora or other textual sources
Who is it for: Graduate students, faculty, librarians, and other scholars who have little or no experience with computational approaches.


The Foundations & Applications of Humanities Analytics workshop is a week-long, residential immersion for humanities scholars who are eager to augment or extend their research using computational tools. Participants bring their own research question to the workshop that they pursue under the guidance of the faculty and invited experts. The program also provides a valuable foundation for scholars who would like to integrate Digital Humanities approaches into their teaching. The workshop directors are David B. Kinney (Princeton) and Simon DeDeo (Carnegie Mellon).

Participants must have completed an introductory online course prior to joining the workshop in July. That course can be accessed at no cost starting in January.

If you have questions about the program, please feel free to contact


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