"Current Research in Digital History is an annual open-access, peer-reviewed publication of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University. Its primary aim is to encourage and publish scholarship in digital history that offers discipline-specific arguments and interpretations. By featuring short essays, it also seeks to provide an opportunity to make arguments on the basis of ongoing research in larger projects."
"For newcomers, there’s a lot to be excited about at the intersection of technology and the humanities. The DHLG is your slim guidebook into this world, like the tourist map they give you when you check in at a hotel. Use it to get your bearings, plot your course, and find the resources that will help you explore further."
"Novice-friendly, peer-reviewed tutorials that help humanists learn a wide range of digital tools, techniques, and workflows to facilitate research and teaching." Tutorials include data manipulation, Python, distant reading, digital publishing, and more.
"This project aims to shed light on the gruesome culture of lynching. It also seeks to find nuance in its history and legacy. How did Americans explain the public killing of well over 4,500 neighbors? Who were the victims and who were the killers? With the support of the Library of Congress and the Chronicling America historic newspaper database, we can begin to know those stories."