Hancher Co-Chairs Digital Humanities Collaborative

Professor Michael Hancher is the co-chair with Laura Gurak (Writing Studies) of the 2011-12 Institute for Advanced Study collaborative, "Digital Humanities 2.0." The collaborative seeks to advance artistic creation and scholarly research in the humanities by exploring digitization and Web 2.0 technologies. IAS provides workspace in Nolte Hall and financial support each year to groups of colleagues engaging in interdisciplinary projects.


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