A discussion forum for people interested in digital humanities across the disciplines
Will you be attending #MLA19 in Chicago? Log in (or create an account) and join this group to start discussions, share convention-related links and resources, and connect with other participants. For full […]
A group where we can share research, teaching, writings, and other work in public humanities.
Will you be attending #MLA18 in New York City? Log in (or create an account) and join this group to start discussions, share convention-related links and resources, and connect with other participants. For full […]
A space for gathering resources and discussing ways to advocate for the humanities.
LLC 20th- and 21st-Century American forum executive committee:
Paula M. L. Moya, Jan. 2016
Mark Goble, Jan. 2017 (2015–Jan. 2016 Ch.)
Amy Hungerford, Jan. 2018 (2015–Jan. 2016 Sec.)
Heather Houser, Jan. 201 […]
This group belongs to anyone and everyone who uses digital technology in the scholarship, teaching, and research of humanities subjects.
The official group of the TM Book History, Print Cultures, Lexicography forum.
The Public Philosophy Journal (PPJ) offers a model for shaping digital technologies and reconfiguring relations between the academy and the general public. To accomplish this, […]
A public group for people interested in working through more humane indicators of excellence for the humanities and social sciences. For more about the project, please visit our website at humetricshss.org.
If you want to make digital books, join this group!
”Alt-ac” signifies the group of professionals whose work is outside the tenure track but still in the orbit of the university.
This group is designed to introduce everyone to MLA Commons! Everyone’s invited to join. Visit the blog for tutorials, and use the forum to get ideas and to and ask questions about what you don’t understand. W […]
A group for Humanities Commons beta testers
This is your platform! What would you like to see here? What are we missing?
This group is for those interested in advocacy for federal support for the humanities.