The Mathematical Humanists project, from the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History at New Media at George Mason University and the University of California-Los Angeles, is offering a series of workshops “on the mathematics that underpins common Digital Humanities (DH) methods.”
Workshops will cover topics such as applied statistics, graphs and networks, linear algebra, and discrete mathematics. The first two workshops will be held in-person in August 2024. Additional courses will be held in person and online in 2025 and 2026. Accepted participants’ travel and lodging expenses will be covered by funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Applications are now open for “Statistics” and “Network Analysis” workshops with an application deadline of February 15, 2024. Applicants who wish to apply to both workshops should apply separately for each workshop. See the call for participants for additional information.