The Integrative Graduate Humanities Education Research and Training (IGHERT) project brought together four CHCI-member organizations to engage graduate students in a series of collaborative training and research activities to test, refine, and assess a scalable model of skill training and digital archiving that can be applied in multiple contexts and to multiple themes. Below you will find will be articles from organizers and participants in the project.
Collaborative Humanities Graduate Research and Training for the 21st Century
Humanities centers can’t mitigate all the shortcomings or fill in all the gaps of current doctoral training, but they could do more. That will require envisioning future roles and taking on new functions to realize them.