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Guide to German Studies : Digital Projects

German Studies

Digital Libraries and Collections

Digital Humanities at UNC

Carolina Digital Humanities is a set of partnerships and programs that promote innovation, interdisciplinary connections, and collaboration around digital teaching, research, and outreach in the arts and humanities.

  • Library Data Services cater to researchers interested in working with data, mapping, texts, visualization, and technology. Many of these services are available online. Davis Library Data Services, located on the second floor of Davis Library, offers:

    • A computing lab with specialized software for GIS and data visualization & analysis.
    • Walk-in assistance provided by knowledgeable student consultants during set hours
    • Consultations with specialists for more in-depth inquiries (by appointment).
    • Spaces for collaboration and presentation, complete with white boards and external displays.
    • Technology workshops focused on working with data (manipulation, visualization, mapping).


Digital Projects on Germany

The German Historical Institute in Washington DC is an internationally recognized center for the study of German, European, and American history as well as comparative and transnational history. 

LeMO (Living Museum Online) documents German history from the founding of the German Empire in the 19th Century to the present. The offering combines informative text with museum objects, films and sound recordings and provides a comprehensive picture of history. German language only.