Arts and Humanities Research Computing, informally known as Digital Arts and Humanities (DARTH), provides consultation, instruction, and technical development for the digital research initiatives of faculty, staff, and students. We work at all stages of the research data lifecycle, but particularly excel at modeling complex humanities data, helping faculty organize and analyze their data, and building innovative web platforms that showcase and visualize the results. In addition, DARTH sponsors lectures, workshops, and symposia related to emerging trends in technology for artistic creation and scholarship.
As an integral part of HUIT Academic Technology, DARTH partners closely with the FAS Academic Technology Group, the Harvard Library, the Harvard Art Museums, the Digital Scholarship Support Group (DSSG), and various other individuals and organizations on and off campus to share ideas, pioneer common standards, and advocate for the unique priorities of a networked university.
Ready to start a new digital project, or get support on an existing initiative? Contact DARTH
Arts & Humanities Research Computing Staff
Rashmi is a software developer who specializes in digital humanities applications for pedagogical and scholarly application. She previously worked for HarvardX, the Library of Congress, and the Perseus Digital Library. She holds a BS in Computer Science and Archaeology and a MS in Computer Science, both from Tufts University.
Software Engineer, Humanities Research Computing, Arts and Humanities Research Computing (DARTH)
Cole holds a BS in Computing Science and Informatics and English from Creighton University, and an MA in Literature and Culture from Oregon State University. He uses his background in literary studies, information technology, and software development to help humanities scholars model, assess, and process their data, create digital projects and platforms, and present their research digitally. You can find him at GitHub or Twitter.