Greetings from the Price Lab at the University of Pennsylvania!


Dream Lab is the four-day digital humanities training institute hosted at the University of Pennsylvania. It is designed with humanities grad students and early-career academic professionals and cultural heritage workers in mind. The goal is to help you become a more confident user, creator, and critic of technology.


Registration for Dream Lab 2023 is open and classes are filling up. Discounted early registration ends May 19. Dream Lab will be in person on our Philly campus June 5-8 and we have an exciting slate of classes:

  1. Advocating for Community: Data Collection and Visualization, Dr. Jennifer Garcon, Cassandra Hradil, and Emily Esten
  2. Black Speculative Digital Arts and Humanities, Dr. Michael Burns & Dr. Clay Colmon
  3. Creative Coding, Dr. Mark Sample
  4. Digital Humanities in the Classroom, Dorothy Berry & Roberto Vargas
  5. Digital Surrogates, Dot Porter
  6. Humanities Mapping, Dr. Andrew Janco
  7. Nuts and Bolts of DH Project Development, Kayla Abner & Lauren Cooper
  8. Text Analysis, Dr. J.D. Porter

Dream Lab charges a registration fee so we can fairly pay the instructors who plan and teach the courses and to arrange for them to be in Philadelphia for the week. We have a discounted fee for students as well as a discount for registering BEFORE MIDNIGHT May 19, 2023 (because early registration makes it easier for us to plan). Registration fees are as follows:


Before midnight May 19, 2023:

After midnight May 19, 2023:

In addition to the usual assortment of hotels and Airbnb options, we are happy to be working with Pennís Conference Services to provide on-campus housing for $57 per night/per person + 15.5% occupancy tax.


More details and full course descriptions are available here:


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