The DHRX is a cross-campus faculty research network designed to highlight innovative, digitally-focused academic work at the University of Pittsburgh. Bringing together researchers from a broad range of disciplinary backgrounds, the network is dedicated to exploring the creative use of digital technologies in humanities and social science research.

Currently, a major goal of the DHRX is to help build community. The members of the network are frequently in contact with one another and the group meets as a whole once per semester to discuss issues and challenges specific to digital making.

We are enthusiastic about the ways that digital technology can expand, reconfigure, and enrich our understanding of the relationship between academic inquiry and the social world.

For further information or to find out more about joining the network, please feel free to contact Alison Langmead, Principal Contact for the DHRX at

Upcoming PGH|DH (Pittsburgh Digital Humanities) Events (Click here for full calendar)

Andrew W. Mellon DH Literacy Workshop
Starts: May 30, 2017
Ends: June 2, 2017
Location: Carnegie Mellon University, 5000 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USA
Description: Annual summer Digital Humanities Literacy Workshop, funded by a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Digital Mitford Coding School
Starts: June 28, 2017
Ends: June 30, 2017
Location: University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, Smith Hall, 150 Finoli Dr, Greensburg, PA 15601, USA
Description: The Digital Mitford editing team meets face-to-face to brush up on project methods and make major decisions, and invites participants and prospective new editors to learn our methods and think with us about project management challenges during the Coding School.
NEH Institute in Digital Textual Scholarship
Starts: July 10, 2017
Ends: July 29, 2017
Location: University of Pittsburgh, 4200 Fifth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15260, USA
Description: The University of Pittsburgh NEH Advanced Institute in the Digital Humanities for summer 2017 entitled _Make YOUR edition: models and methods of digital textual scholarship_