The Virginia Digital Humanities Consortium
The Virginia Digital Humanities Consortium is an informal partnership incubator and collaboration space for faculty, students, teachers, technologists, artists, designers, librarians, archivists, and museum professionals in Virginia who work in the digital humanities. Anyone can register for the site who lives in (or near) Virginia and works or is interested in working in the digital humanities.
Read more about the VADHC on our About page. [Image: “Virginia." David Rumsey Historical Map Collection. Atlas Map. Philadelphia, PA: Anthony Finley, 1824. Web. 29 May 2015. Source.]
Search for people at Virginia institutions by their interests, skills, discipline, and more on our People page. [Image: Davis, Jackson. "H.J. Thorkelson at Morris Brown University." University of Virginia - Virgo. N.p., ca. 1923. Web. 29 May 2015. Source.]
Create and join inter-institutional Groups on any subject. [Image: French, C. J. "Men and Women behind Fence." C. J. French Collection :: Southern Labor Archives. N.p., 1906. Web. 29 May 2015. Source.]
Use our Calendar to learn about and announce digital humanities events in Virginia. [Image: Friedman, Dan. "Calendar, October, November, December ..." Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. March 1971. N.p. Web. 29 May 2015. Source.]