Faculty in the College of Humanities at Brigham Young University are engaged in a wide range of literary, linguistic, cultural, and media scholarship that utilizes digital tools and methodologies to answer both traditionally conceived questions as well as those only enabled by new technologies. This site highlights several ongoing projects, and we invite visitors to learn more about how this research is opening up new ways for the Humanities to be analyzed, taught, searched, and disseminated.


Much of the digitally-inflected Humanities research also has significant import for teaching at BYU. Various courses in many departments are concerned with innovative teaching methods and pedagogies that utilize Humanities technology, open-access education, digital rhetoric and communication, and bridging the gap between digital Humanities Research and Teaching. In addition to department courses, the college also sponsors the Digital Humanities and Technology minor.