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DARC (Digital Archive Research Collective)

The Digital Archive Research Collective is a platform that aims to address the needs of students, faculty, and communities working on archival research at The Graduate Center. Our primary goal is to assist in the creation of digital archives and exhibitions. We also aim to provide resources (in the form of tutorials, best practices, and workshops) on the archival research process itself. We hope to foster community among digital archivists and researchers by promoting projects and facilitating communication across disciplines and institutional settings.

Silvia and I wanted to let you all know that we are working on an online academic commons space to showcase the archives people in our GC are building. Please email us at if you’d like to share your work!!

We are building to one DARC event for the end of the school year so stay tuned.


Workshop to develop digital history articles for special issue of JSH

  • Dear all,

    Please find below a call for applications to participate in a 2-day workshop at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media on publishing digital history research with the Journal of Social History. More information to be found below and attached.

    Best wishes, Lisa


    Dear colleagues,

    We are writing with news of a set of Mellon-funded workshops at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media. These workshops aim to help scholars develop articles based on digital research to be published in a special issue of the Journal of Social History. You can find more details on the CFP, available at this URL and attached as a PDF.

    We hope that you will consider applying yourself. The due date for a one-page proposal is December 17. And we would be grateful if you would send this CFP to colleagues and grad students who might be interested.

    Best wishes,

    Lincoln Mullen

    Stephen Robertson

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