Dear UNRH participants,
When the Undergraduate Network for Research in the Humanities first formed, we, the founders, envisioned a community of students collaborating in a physical space at our annual conference as well as interacting in a virtual space. We wanted a true network of undergraduate scholars boldly contributing to intersection of the digital and the humanities who could communicate across disciplines, institutions, and even nations in order to help one another succeed and learn. We hope that this community forum and repository will make this mission a reality, providing an online space for such interactions. We invite you to participate! Tell us who you are and about what you are passionate, share your recent discoveries, ask questions, tell your peers about new technologies, articles, or tools you found, and let us know about your successes so that we may share in them. We are the future of the humanities, so let’s approach that future together.
From all of us at UNRH, welcome to the Network.
The UNRH Founders
You’re on our map! Check out our growing network of students from institutions all over North America and abroad. Click on a point to see the name of the school, name of the participants, and the participants’ project links.
Since our first conference in November, 2015, we have accepted over 50 projects, involving over 80 undergraduates from 31 institutions all across the United States, Canada, Nigeria, and Pakistan.
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