Digital Matters' Fellowship and Faculty Grant programs fund research and creative scholarship that results in publications and presentations that add to digital humanities discourse. The publications and presentations on this page are a direct result of Digital Matters funding of present and past residence fellows and faculty grantees and reflect Digital Matters intellectual life and activities.


Cummings, R., Roh, D., & Callaway, E. (2020). Organic and locally sourced: Growing a digital humanities lab with an eye towards sustainability. Digital Humanities Quarterly 14(3),

Cummings, R. (2020). People are more important than furniture: Exploring the roles, responsibilities, and challenges of a digital humanities librarian. In T. Diamond (Ed.), The Academic Librarian in the Digital Age: Essays on Changing Roles and Responsibilities. McFarland & Co. (In Press)

Elizabeth Callaway, Heather Stone, Adam Halstrom, Jeffery Turner. “The Push and Pull of Digital Humanities: Topic Modeling the ‘What is DH?’ Genre.” Digital Humanities Quarterly. 14.1 (2020).

Alberto, M. (2020). Review of Jaime Banks’s (ed.) Avatar, Assembled: The Social and Technical Anatomy of Digital Bodies. In The Journal of Gaming and Virtual Worlds.


"The DH Bubble: Startup Logic, Sustainability, Performativity" in Debates in the Digital Humanities, vol. 3. Eds. Gold, Matthew and Lauren Klein. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2019. 86-91. Published, 04/29/2019.

Wittmann, R., Neatrour, A., Cummings, R., & Myntti, J. (2019). From Digital Library to Open Datasets. Information Technology and Libraries, 38(4), 49-61.

Alberto, M. (2019). Review of Todd Harper, Meghan Blythe Adams, & Nicholas Taylor’s (eds.) Queerness in Play. In First Person Scholar. Available at


Neatrour, A. L., Callaway, E., & Cummings, R. (2018). Kindles, card catalogs, and the future of libraries: A collaborative digital humanities project. Digital Library Perspectives, 34(3), 162–187.