The Center for Virtual History, the UGA Digital Humanities Lab, CSI Dixie, Born Unfree, Indian Nation, History on the Move, People not Property, and the Georgia Virtual History Project are among the projects recently initiated by members of the UGA History Department in its quest to demonstrate new possibilities in collaborative pedagogy, research, and public outreach. New graduate and undergraduate courses are incorporating digital humanities techniques such as spatial history as our department emerges as a national leader in this cutting-edge field.

Faculty interested in Digital History Research

Professor, Secretary-Treasurer, Southern Historical Association, Gregory Professor of the Civil War Era, Co-Director, Center for Virtual History, Associate Academic Director for Digital Humanities, Willson Center for Humanities and Arts
Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities in the College of Environment and Design
Professor, Richard B. Russell Professor in American History, Co-Director, Center for Virtual History, Associate Director, Institute of Native American Studies, Department Head

Graduate Students interested in Digital History Research