Michigan State University

Digital Humanities

The Michigan State University Libraries Digital Humanities team works in partnership with faculty, students, organizations, and centers to grow and sustain Digital Humanities research and pedagogy. Strengths of the Digital Humanities team include text analysis, image analysis, network analysis, visualization, digital preservation, and data curation.

Areas of Specialization

  • Instruction: method, tool, and technique lectures and workshops
  • Consultation: text analysis, network analysis, image analysis, visualization, digital preservation, data curation, grant application process
  • Collaboration: partner on Digital Humanities research, develop tools, convene events, symposia, and colloquia
  • Collection: build and/or enhance collections amenable to computational analysis, enable new modes of discovery and access to collections, acquire and/or condition data to support pursuit of Digital Humanities research questions

Team Members

Devin Higgins, Digital Library Programmer
Thomas Padilla, Digital Humanities, Linguistics, and Philosophy Librarian
Michael Rodriguez, Digital Humanities Coordinator
Bobby Smiley, Digital Humanities and American History Librarian