Center for Digital Scholarship

Content related to projects, digitization efforts, or initiatives of the Center for Digital Scholarship.

Cynthia Heider
November 11, 2018, will mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, the historic day when the First World War was declared officially over. As this...
Will Fenton
As tense as today’s immigration debate may feel, many historians rightfully note that it pales in comparison to the early 20th century, when federal government...
cheider
This installment is a continuation of a previous article, visit part one here . Finding information about female apprentices in early modern period was more...
cheider
Here at the American Philosophical Society's Center for Digital Scholarship , I spent several months this past winter continuing the work of former CV Starr...
Will Fenton
I am delighted to announce the public availability of the Diary Research Guide . This guide reflects my 11 months of research into the manuscript...
By Jonathan Singerton Image above: Detail of Donath’s layout of his hives, ca. April 1787, APS Digital Library In March 1787, Joseph Donath (1751-1829) arrived...
American Philosophical Society
We are pleased to announce that the American Philosophical Society Library is now part of the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) . To date,...
Scott Ziegler
This post is part of a brief series celebrating the American Philosophical Society's 275th Anniversary in 2018 and Benjamin Franklin's birthday on January 17. Follow...