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Shared Horizons: Data, Biomedicine and the Digital Humanities

What are the intersections between biomedicine and humanities scholarship? How might biomedical research methodologies influence humanities inquiry? What interpretative processes might humanities scholarship share with biomedical research?

The Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) invites biomedical and humanities scholars to investigate data, biomedicine, and the digital humanities.
Together with the Off. Digital Humanities of the Natl Endowment for the Humanities, the Natl Library of Medicine of the NIH, and the Research Councils UK, two-day symposium to:

address questions about collaboration, research methodologies, and the interpretation of evidence arising from the interdisciplinary opportunities in this burgeoning area of biomedical-driven humanities scholarship
investigate the current state of the field
facilitate future research collaborations between the humanities and biomedical sciences


Interdisciplinary Humanities Related … Funding opportunity at UC Davis

Interdisciplinary Frontiers in the Humanities and Arts (IFHA) Program

The UC Davis campus Interdisciplinary Frontiers in the Humanities and Arts (IFHA) program will facilitate the formation and enhancement of interdisciplinary teams to conduct collaborative research of significant value and relevance. An objective of the IFHA program is to further strengthen the ability of UC Davis faculty to compete for major foundation, federal and philanthropic grants and to explore partnerships with civil society and the private sector.

Program objective to create internationally competitive interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary Research Clusters from across UC Davis in all the fields of the humanities, quantitative social sciences, humanistic social sciences, and the creative and performing arts.


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