Digitizing the Enlightenment combines digital humanities initiatives with faculty-student-community research and its relationship to the broader field of the public humanities.
The Early American Bestseller Digital Initiative @ CSUN develops a nineteenth-century popular culture digital archive that combines exhibits and an online research-pedagogy lab for the CSUN faculty-student-reader community.
Enriching Human Collaboration in Computer-Supported Work builds hardware and software prototypes to study how a computer-supported collaborative system facilitates rich communications.
Lexomics uses computational text analysis to study literature and produces the Lexos text analysis tool.
The 4humanities WhatEvery1Says project (WE1S) uses digital humanities methods to study public discourse about the humanities at large data scales.
The Digitizing Southern California Water Resources Project, AKA, the #CLIRWATER Project, forms a regional network of Southern California institutions to digitize and make public water heritage collections.
The El Salvador Oral History Project is an online digital archive that documents oral histories of a mass repatriation of Salvadoran refugees during El Salvador’s 1980-1992 civil war, the largest refugee repatriation in Latin American history.
More projects will be added soon.