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The Programming Historian blog is our space to share news about the project, ideas for how you might use technology in your work, and exciting examples of the Programming Historian applied in the real world. Subscribe to the RSS feed for new blog posts.

July 13, 2018

Programming Historian French-speaking initiative

Anna-Maria Sichani

Marie Puren and Sofia Papastamkou have joined the Programming Historian

July 9, 2018

The Programming Historian in DH2018

Maria José Afanador-Llach and James Baker

Members of the Programming Historian project team at DH2018

June 3, 2018

The Seven More Lessons No One's Yet Written (but need writing)

Adam Crymble

The Programming Historian Needs YOU...to help historians digitally analyse!

May 24, 2018

Anna-Maria Sichani joins Project Team

Antonio Rojas Castro

Anna-Maria Sichani has joined the Programming Historian

May 22, 2018

Uses of the Programming Historian

Adam Crymble

If you’re looking for inspiration into how you can use the Programming Historian in your work, look no further. We’ve put together a list of some of the examples we’ve come across over the years. We’re sure it’s no where near complete, but it’s great to see the hard work of our authors, reviewers, and team translating into real impact in a range of settings.


April 16, 2018

The Programming Historian 2018 Community Survey

Anandi Silva Knuppel

To participate in Programming Historian 2018 Community Survey, follow this link to a Google Form: https://goo.gl/forms/2M8AbAiwgmGrD7MI3. The survey should take only a few minutes to complete and will close July 15, 2018.


April 12, 2018

Convocatoria para taller de Escritura en Humanidades Digitales para América Latina

Maria José Afanador-Llach and Adam Crymble

The Programming Historian en español invita a la comunidad académica hispanohablante a participar en el taller Escritura en Humanidades Digitales para América Latina que se llevará a cabo en la Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia) del 1 al 3 de agosto de 2018. El objetivo del taller es reunir a un grupo diverso de investigadores en distintas áreas de las humanidades para escribir tutoriales sobre metodologías en humanidades digitales, abordando específicamente necesidades de investigación en América Latina y el mundo hispano. Durante el taller se facilitará la producción de los primeros tutoriales originales en español para ser compartidos con una audiencia global.