Judaica Digital Humanities
at the Penn Libraries
Judaica
Digital
Humanities
at the Penn Libraries
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What We Do

We're a digital scholarship program at Penn Libraries for creative research and development in Jewish studies, informed by digital humanities, Jewish studies , and public scholarship.

Thanks to a generous start-up term gift from the Gershwind-Bennett Families and a major endowment established by Arnold and Deanne Kaplan, our collaborative projects encourage scholars and communities to think in new and creative ways about what we can DO with data that we have produced. To be clear: our understanding of DH as “what we can do with data” is not limited to specific applications like text-mining but to an unlimited potential number of ways in which to recycle and play with data.

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Penn Libraries

Penn Libraries is a diverse community striving for inclusive excellence, and pursue the libraries mission to partner with communities at Penn and beyond to produce, preserve, and provide access to knowledge. Together we build dynamic resources, tools, and expertise that inspire critical inquiry and creative expression.

Visit our Library collaborations page to find out about the many ways we co-create with and depend on our amazing Library colleagues, or jump to the Penn Libraries website.

Contact Us

Want to learn more? Want to collaborate?

Email us at judaicadh@gmail.com with questions, or if you already know you want to collaborate with us.