Welcome to the French and Francophone Digital Humanities Projects Homepage.
The goal of this LibGuide is to list Digital Humanities projects in French and Francophone Studies that are currently underway in the world. This is a great way to discover what others are doing, what kind of projects are of interest, and also, to make new connections and foster new collaborations and partnerships.
The different tabs show from where the projects originated, except for the Caribbean tab which highlights both projects designed by people in the Caribbean as well as projects about the Caribbean that originated from a different place.
If you know of a DH project that is not listed on our website, please indicate it in our Google Spreadsheet.
CIFNAL’s Collection Development Working Group
Guide last updated in May 2021.
Many institutions in the United States and Canada have very strong French and Francophone collections. In 2017, CRL’s Collaborative Initiative for French Language Collections (CIFNAL) Collection Development Working Group had the pleasure to work with an intern from ENSSIB, who created a database and map of these collections which we have now included on our website, Finding French and Francophone Special Collections.
Click on the Collections menu to see a list of collections with detailed descriptions in English. Click on the Map menu to visualize the locations of the many institutions represented in the database.