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Latest News: Digital Humanities Researchers Begin Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud

Latest News: Digital Humanities Researchers Begin Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud


Three renowned researchers in digital humanities and computer science are joining forces with the Library of Congress on three inaugural Computing Cultural Heritage in the Cloud projects, exploring how biblical quotations, photographic styles and “fuzzy searches” reveal more about the collections in the world’s largest Library than first meets the eye.

Supported by a $1 million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded in 2019, the initiative combines cutting edge technology with the Library’s vast collections to support digital humanities research at scale.

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