In an effort to keep the community safe and healthy all in-person events, classes, and consultations at the DHC will be changed to an online format.
- All DHC course collaboration will be virtual. Instructors for any digital component in a class session will join zoom sessions scheduled in canvas.
- Have a project or an event that you think would benefit from the DHC’s support? Working on exciting, interdisciplinary research? Incorporating digital humanities into your course? Please contact us at email@example.com if you would like to request individual or group consultations for digital projects in or outside of your classes.
- Instead of holding in-person office hours, our student workers, Elizabeth and Miranda, are holding weekly office hours on Zoom. You can find information about dates and times here.
- Events this semester will continue in an online format. This includes the Queer Asylum series, the Caribbean Digital VII symposium, the cosponsored Monumental Action series with Professor Elizabeth Hutchinson's American Monument Cultures class, and our workshops on digital tools and practices. More information on all of these events will be available soon on our events page
We at the DHC want to do our best to model the possibilities of the digital and continue to foster a sense of community, even though we must all be physically apart. For more detailed information on how COVID-19 is affecting Barnard as a whole, please visit the college’s General and Semester Completion FAQ pages.