The Programming Historian

  • Crymble, Adam (CoI)
  • Afanador-Llach, Maria José (CoI)
  • Baker, James (CoI)
  • Gayol, Victor (CoI)
  • Lincoln, Matthew (CoI)
  • Milligan, Ian (CoI)
  • Parr, Jessica (CoI)
  • Rojas Castro, Antonio (CoI)
  • Silva Knuppel, Anandi (CoI)
  • Visconti, Amanda (CoI)
  • Walsh, Brandon (CoI)
  • Wieringa, Jeri (CoI)

Project: Other

Project Details


The Programming Historian is the world's flagship source for learning and teaching digital research methods. We publish novice-friendly, peer-reviewed tutorials that help humanists learn a wide range of digital tools, techniques, and workflows to facilitate research and teaching. We are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive community of editors, writers, and readers.

Key findings

The Programming Historian's authors contribute methodological workflows which can be adopted by other scholars in their research and teaching. As of 2017, the project had published 66 lessons in English and 27 in Spanish. The collection continues to grow.
Short titleThe Programming Historian
Effective start/end date1/07/12 → …


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