The GeoHumanities Special Interest Group (SIG) of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations focuses on spatial, spatial-temporal and "placial" perspectives in the digital humanities. We host a mailing list (subscribe easily here) and tweet and re-tweet items we think will interest to our members, as @GeoHum_SIG.


RECENT WORKSHOP: The APlace4Places workshop was held July 11th in conjunction with the 2016 Digital Humanities conference in Kraków, Poland. Presenters and participants discussed the latest developments in geo-historical gazetteers, and their impact in natural language processing and digital humanities studies. Information about the program and slide for most of the talks.

SURVEY RESULTS SUMMARY: We have compiled responses to our recent member survey, presented in this blog post.

Seeking New Resource Listings, for GeoDiRT and GIS Projects

The GeoHumanities SIG is developing GeoDiRT, extending the DiRT Directory with an enhanced catalog of geospatial software tools and descriptions of projects which use them, tutorials relating to the tools and tool reviews. The first step is creating a list of them. If you know of tools and related resources you would like added, please submit them for review on this short form. You can use the same form to suggest addition to our Humanities GIS Projects list.

GeoHumanities Resources

The GeoHumanities SIG has begun developing GeoDiRT, based on a feed of geographically-related resources listed in the DiRT Directory, a web-based registry of digital research tools for scholarly use. A team of GeoDiRT editors has begun reviewing items in that feed, and soliciting new listings to supplement it (details on this page and in this blog post). We expect GeoDiRT will be in shape to publish on this site in early 2016. In the meantime, here are a few lists and clearinghouses of GeoHumanities-related resources we're aware of. Please let us know of others, with a tweet (@GeoHum_SIG) or message on the SIG mailing list.