DH Graduate Fellows 2021-22

The academic year 2021-22 saw us usher in our tenth cohort of graduate fellows, who are each pursuing a research project of their own design, supported by CESTA.

Learn more about the Digital Humanities Graduate Fellowship program.

See the full list of previous graduate fellows and their project titles.

Classics
Project Title:
Style and Language Amid the Fragments of Archaic Latin Literature
Art and Art History
Project Title:
Complex Subjects
Classics
Project Title:
Foundations for the Alpheios Research Lab
Project Title:
Return to Realism? Comparing 19th- and 21st-Century Novel Forms
East Asian Languages and Culture
Project Title:
Imperial Vocabulary: Public Political Discourse of Trans-Pacific Japan, 1868-1912
English
Project Title:
Statistical Analysis of Alliterative Collocations in Old Norse Eddic Poetry
Anthropology
Project Title:
Fear in the Archive: A Digital Analysis of Ethnographic Concepts in Immigration Judges' Decisions
Center for East Asian Studies
Project Title:
A Different Kind of Chinese Empire: The City Networks of Chu (c. 350 – c. 100 BCE)
English
Project Title:
Encoding the Postcolonial in Place
Sociology
Project Title:
Using Maps and Spatial Data to Investigate Neighborhood Change