Interdisciplinary study of the history, present and future of texts, from scrolls, manuscripts and printed books to archival documents, digital texts and textual data. Explore how texts have been written, published, read, circulated and archived from antiquity to today.
A new Interdisciplinary Minor for UW students interested in editing, publishing, preservation, libraries and archives. Learn to work with archival materials in Special Collections and discover techniques for building digital editions and textual databases.
Nikita Willeford Kastrinos is a PhD candidate in the Department of English who earned her Graduate Certificate in Textual and Digital Studies in spring 2022. Her research focuses on the intersection of literary form and material format in the eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British novel. In her own words she describes her experience conducting research at […]
Kenzie Brown and Eric Flores, who earned their Graduate Certificates in Textual and Digital Studies in spring 2023, worked on cataloging the Rare Books Collection in the Archdiocese of Seattle from January 2023 to May 2023 as part of their capstone project for their Master’s of Library and Information Science degree and the TDS capstone. The Seattle Archdiocese […]
Faculty and Graduate Students affiliated with the UW Textual Studies Program developed exciting projects in Digital Humanities, as Digital Humanities Summer Fellows, at the Simpson Center for the Humanities! Hannah Frydman (French & Italian Studies) was awarded a Digital Humanities Summer Fellowship to work on her project Between the Digital Sheets: Research and Teaching Methods […]
Thursday, May 25, 3-6pm Seminar Room of the Simpson Center for the Humanities Communications 202 We’ll hear about the following terrific projects from students completing the Textual and Digital Studies certificate. Refreshments will be served. Ashlyn Higareda (MLIS) and Melissa Fallon (MLIS) Petals and Pages: A Blooming Analysis of Floral Illuminations in Medieval Manuscripts Our project […]
The Textual Studies Program and our home department French & Italian Studies are please to announce new academic awards for Textual & Digital Studies students in our annual Academic Awards! All currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate students who have completed a project in a Textual and Digital Studies course (TXTDS) in the Spring 2022 through […]
This post will be expanded as new opportunities are found. First published February 28, 2023, latest revision March 8, 2023. Sources: Bibliographic Society of America newsletter, Penn Workshop in the History of Material Texts listserv, Twitter, TXTDS-affiliated faculty. Events Calls for Proposals Funding & Awards Jobs, Internships & Fellowships
Awards Beatrice Arduini Book Arts Book History Capstone CFPs Data Science Digital Humanities English Events Fellowships Francesca Colonnese French Studies Funding Gender and Sexuality Studies Graduate Certificate Hannah Frydman Humanities Italian Jobs Libraries & Archives Literature Nikita Willeford Kastrinos Popular Culture Print Culture Publishing Sarah Faulkner Special Collections TEI Undergraduate Minor