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Digital Humanities Resources at UF

A guide for digital humanities resources. Created by Tiffany C. Esteban, MSI, Digital Humanities Associate.


Here is a non-exhaustive list of resources for digital humanities projects, events, and groups organized with multiple languages in mind, based on my interest in international digital humanities practices.

If there is a language or resource you want to see represented here, please email me at

General Resources

"Digital humanities projects in languages other than English or from minoritized groups worldwide."

Hosted annually by Michigan State University. "DH has been a key site for interrogating narratives about disruption, connection, virtuality, surveillance, algorithmic bias, data and resistance, the digital divide, and digital accountabilities. In this moment, shaped by a global pandemic and climate crisis, these narratives and conversations are as urgent as ever. Focused on these issues, we work at the intersections of critical DH; race and ethnicity; feminism, intersectionality, and gender; and anti-colonial and postcolonial frameworks. Scholarship that works across borders with a focus on transnational partnerships and globally accessible data is especially welcome."

A special interest group of the The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO)."Global Outlook::Digital Humanities (GO::DH)  aims to help break down barriers that hinder communication and collaboration among researchers and students of the Digital Arts, Humanities, and Cultural Heritage sectors in high, mid, and low-income economies."

"Multilingual DH is a loosely-organized international network of scholars using digital humanities tools and methods on languages other than English."

"This list of free and open-source NLP resources, and pointers to language-specific directories of resources, was originally created for a presentation at UCLA on teaching multilingual digital humanities, on May 15, 2019. This is not a directory but a moderately-opinionated, potentially one-time list of resources that might be of use to digital humanities folks working with languages other than English."

"This report maps some of the ways in which languages are represented online, raises awareness about the need to make the internet more multilingual, and advances an agenda for action. We welcome multiple generations and communities of people to join us in our work, and hope that this initiative will be a starting point for further research and action." By "a collaborative of three organizations — Whose Knowledge?, the Oxford Internet Institute, and the Centre for Internet and Society (India) — as well as a host of individuals and communities across the world."

"The translation toolkit is a set of recommendations for translation practices to be used by researchers, librarians or cultural heritage workers. In our first iteration we offer some advice on translation for conferences. In the future we hope to offer some advice for translating software and articles." A working group of Global Outlook::Digital Humanities.

"As the global pandemic continues, conversations related to mental health have become increasingly common. The sudden and drastic changes to our social connections, the nature and locations of our work, and even the quality and quantity of our home lives have each made demands on us that many of us were unprepared to handle. The humanist work of teaching has earned greater attention as it has taken on greater importance. What might care work look like from a more global, more pedagogical perspective?"

From Hybrid Pedagogy. Chris Friend talks to Ashley Caranto Morford, Arun Jacob, and Kush Patel from the Pedagogy of the Digitally Oppressed Collective. An audio stream and episode transcript is available on the episode webpage, and a list of sources is available in "Thanking and Thinking with Critical DH Scholars: Works Consulted in the Teacher of the Ear Episode on Care" by Kush Patel. I find this discussion useful for thinking through learning and teaching in global digital spaces in this pandemic, specifically for international and multilingual digital humanities classrooms and conferences.

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Guides created by Hélène Huet.

Guide created by Rebecca Jefferson.

Guide created by Ginessa Mahar.

Guide created by Megan Daly.

Guide created by Hélène Huet.

Guide created by Madison "Ma'at" James.

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