Assistant Professor of History Kenneth Cohen has been accepted into the “Doing Digital History” summer institute to be held at the George Mason University Center for History and New Media from Aug. 4 to 15. The institute, which selected 20 mid-career historians from almost 100 applications nationwide, is funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities’ Office of Digital Humanities. This two-week institute is designed to help improve practical programming and design skills related to the recent interest in presenting and researching humanities topics online. Cohen will apply his experience to class projects with the Maryland State Archives and a future class in digital humanities that is currently being planned with Assistant Professor of Computer Science Alan Jamieson.
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