9 February 2015
What does research in the humanities look like? The image that comes to mind might be of a lone scholar poring over books in a library carrel. But contemporary scholarship in the humanities is increasingly a team effort — one that draws from multiple academic disciplines and divisions, takes advantage of digital technologies to share information, and links researchers and institutions across continents. Case in point: This past December, a team of faculty and librarians from Dartmouth traveled halfway around the world to a colloquium on the humanities hosted at the University of Otago in New Zealand.
Read the full story on the Dartmouth website.