INKE has grown out of the community fostered by the Digital Humanities Summer Institute, held every June at the University of Victoria (in collaboration with a network of digital humanities training institutes at the University of Oxford, Leipzig University, and the University of Maryland).  Hosted by the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab, the DHSI, now in its tenth year, has welcomed more than 1200 people from around the world to its warm, collegial training environment.

The INKE team works with local community, graduate students, and emerging scholars through the interface design, textual studies, and modelling and prototyping research groups, including contributors to Archbook, The Social Edition of the Devonshire Manuscript, New Radial, and the Dynamic Table of Context.


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2012 Syd Bauman, available under the Creative Commons
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