Summer's Yield Projects from the Summer Graduate Fellowship in Digital Humanities

Each summer, the Cornell University Library and Society for the Humanities co-sponsor a fellowship in Digital Humanities for Cornell Graduate Students. The program offers hands-on experience in using digital tools for humanities research and scholarly communication, as well as exposure to a range of approaches and methodologies, and introductions to campus experts and practitioners.

Over the six-week period, fellows also plan, develop, and execute small-scale digital projects related to their own research and teaching interests. This exhibition highlights the fellows who have graduated from the program and the projects they have developed to engage with digital humanities scholarship.

2017 application information will be available on the program website in March 2017. This is a competitive program, so please check the site for further details and application information, or contact us:

To start navigating through the exhibit, click on the images below or click on the Fellows and Projects tab.