ACH Statement on Black Lives Matter, Structural Racism, and Our Organization
The Association for Computers and the Humanities stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter (BLM) protest movement. ACH Statement on Black Lives Matter, Structural Racism, and Our Organization
- Now available: a guide towards anti-racist technical terminology September 24, 2020
- ACH and Humanist September 1, 2020
- ACH Discussion: DH Mentoring August 27, 2020
- RFP, Racial Justice Consultant August 25, 2020
- New ACH Liaison Volunteers August 25, 2020
Our most important activities center on cultivating and strengthening the field of digital humanities, and providing guidance and support to those entering the field. Learn more.
Carleton University and the University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada (22-24 July 2020).
ACH has created the ACH Guidelines for Assessment of Digital Scholarship in Tenure and Promotion, which aim to help candidates and committees assess (and prepare to assess) digital scholarship.
Learn about the many benefits of an ACH or joint ADHO membership on our members page.
The ACH is committed to promoting the growth and strength of the digital humanities. We are especially keen to provide guidance and opportunities to newer members of the community.
Awards such as the Busa Prize, Zampoli Award, and ACH student bursaries recognize outstanding achievements in the application of technology to humanities research.
Our own open-access, peer-reviewed online journal covering all aspects of digital media in the humaniites.
An electronic seminar and forum on humanities computing and DH, continuously active since 1987.
DSH, the journal of digital scholarship in the humanities (formerly LLC), which manages ACH membership subscriptions.
Digital Humanities Questions and Answers, a community-based Q&A board for DH