The Digital Humanities at Berkeley initiative is a multi-year partnership between Research IT and the Dean of Arts and Humanities.  With generous support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, the initiative is focused on building capacity for DH research and teaching and connecting a variety of campus institutions.  These programs will include grants for collaborative research and DH pedagogy, fellowships, and internships.

Research IT offers consulting at all stages of project development, including tool selection, grant development, recruiting research assistants, technical assessment, and research data management.  Additionally, Research IT staff maintain the Digital Humanities event calendar, assist with event coordination, solicit profiles for campus digital humanities projects, write and solicit posts for the digital humanities blog, and contribute to strategic planning for the Digital Humanities initiative.

Email digitalhumanities [at] berkeley [dot] edu to get in touch with a digital humanities consultant.