Since 1992, the Center for the History of Print and Digital Culture has promoted the interdisciplinary study of text, technology, and culture through lectures and colloquia, biennial conferences, short-term research and long-term postdoctoral fellowships, a book series, our Ph.D. minor, and as a home for campus research and interest groups. We encourage scholarly work on the authorship, reading, publication and distribution of print and digital materials, produced by those not only at the center, but also the periphery of power. BACK TO THE iSCHOOL HOMEPAGE
Official release of Digital Mappa! Check out our collaborative project – a new digital humanities resource for the easy creation of research workspaces, editions, scholarship, collaboration and open access publications. James P. Danky Fellowship Applications now open!
Make a gift. Donor support is a crucially important part of our funding. We cannot grow without contributions from our community. 2017 will mark the 25th anniversary of the Center’s founding. In celebration of our silver anniversary, we …