Centers, Initiatives, Programs, Websites

Digital Humanities takes many organizational forms at small liberal arts colleges, ranging from centers to initiatives to working groups to one dedicated scholar. This page indexes and links to the web presence of digital humanities at small liberal arts colleges within the NITLEnetwork. For more information on digital humanities centers, see:

Zorich, Diane. A Survey of Digital Humanities Centers in the United States. Washington D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources, 2008.

Small Liberal Arts Colleges

Austin College, Digital Humanities

Bryn Mawr, Haverford and Swarthmore Colleges, Tri-Co Digital Humanities Initiative

Bryn Mawr College: Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women’s Education

Carleton College: Digital Humanities at Carleton

Claremont University Consortium (Claremont-McKenna, Harvey-Mudd, Pitzer, Pomona, Scripps): Claremont DH (blog on planning Claremont Center for Digital Humanities)

Davidson College, Scholarship in the Digital Age

Dickinson College, Digital Humanities at Dickinson College

Five Colleges Digital Humanities (includes Amherst, Hampshire, Mt. Holyoke, Smith & UMass Amherst)

Great Lakes Colleges Association, Digital Liberal Arts

Hamilton College, Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi)

Haverford College, Tri-Co Digital Humanities Initiative

Hendrix College, Eduhacker

Hope College, Mellon Scholars

Lewis & Clark College, Watzek Digital Initiatives

Occidental College, Center for Digital Learning and Research

Richard Stockton College, South Jersey Center for Digital Humanities

University of Richmond, Digital Scholarship Lab

Washington and Lee University, Digital Humanities at Washington and Lee

Wesleyan University, Digital Humanities Resource Guide

Wheaton College, Digital Humanities (page is out of date; Wheaton has a faculty working group)

Whittier College, Digital Liberal Arts Center

Related Centers

Center for Hellenic Studies

  • supports digital classics, including the Homer Multitext Project which features collaborative undergraduate research on Byzantine Manuscripts of Homer.
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