We hope you all had a nice and safe weekend. Here is your weekly roundup of all things digital history.
1. Stanford University has created a software called Palladio that can easily help visualize historical data. Check out their website for tutorials and sample projects and stay tuned for a possible DHL training this semester.
2. The National Endowment for the Humanities has an NEH-Mellon Fellowship for Digital Publications for 2021-2022. The application is due April 28. Check out the CFP here.
3. Finally, check out this interesting article from 2019 on the digitization of slavery records at the National Archives of Sierra Leone.
As always, please let us know if you would like to record a podcast, write for our blog, or join our Digital History Working Group (first meeting of the semester scheduled for February 25th). We are also here to help with any digital class projects.
Have a good week!
The DHL Team
Emma, Gabe, Craig, and Ash