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ACLS Digital Innovation Fellows

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The ACLS Digital Innovation Fellowship program supports digitally based research projects in all disciplines of the humanities and humanities-related social sciences. It is hoped that projects of successful applicants will help advance digital humanistic scholarship by broadening understanding of its nature and exemplifying the robust infrastructure necessary for creating further such works.

2014-2015 marked the tenth and final year of the ACLS Digital Innovation Fellowship Program, generously funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Read more about this fellowship program.

Please note: affiliations shown are as of time of award. Please click on fellows' names for current information.

Kimberly Christen
Kimberly Christen|Abstract

Assistant Professor, Comparative Ethnic Studies, Washington State University - Plateau Peoples’ Web Portal and Digital Archive: Preserving and Circulating Native Knowledge and Culture

Margaret Rich Greer
Margaret Rich Greer|Abstract

Professor, Romance Studies, Duke University - Manos Teatrales (Theatrical Hands): Cyber-Paleography and a Virtual World of Spanish Golden Age Theater

Nathan M. Craig
Nathan M. Craig|Abstract

Assistant Professor, Anthropology, Pennsylvania State University - 3D Digital Photographic Modeling and Spatial Analysis of Architectural Themes of Integration and Segregation at the Early Monumental Complex of Áspero, Supe Valley of Perú

Timothy R. Tangherlini
Timothy R. Tangherlini|Abstract

Professor, Scandinavian Section and Asian Languages and Cultures, University of California, Los Angeles - Sites of (re)Collection: Historical GIS and Statistical Learning for Danish Folklore

David G. Dickason
David G. Dickason|Abstract

Professor, Geography, Western Michigan University - Reading Aaron Arrowsmith's "Atlas of South India"