Digital Scholarship Center (DSC)
The Digital Scholarship Center (DSC) has long supported faculty in the development of digital projects. The Digital Scholarship Center collaborates with faculty and students to transform research and scholarly communication using new media and digital technologies. Based on a foundation of access, sharing, and preservation, the DSC provides digital asset management, digital preservation, training, consultations, and tools for digital scholarship.
DSC Faculty Fellow
Dr. Heidi Kaufman is Associate Professor of English at UO, specializing in nineteenth-century British literary and cultural studies. She teaches courses in the Victorian novel, Digital Humanities, and Jewish writers. Her courses focus on the power of language, narrative, and image to shape, silence, and/or give a voice to people and the cultural institutions through which they express themselves. Heidi’s first book, English Origins, Jewish Discourse, and the Nineteenth-Century British Novel (2009), examines responses to Jewish and Christian religious and historical affiliations in England. In her published articles and edited essay collections Heidi works explicitly on the intersection of nineteenth-century nation formation, religion, race, and imperial culture. More recently Heidi’s work focuses on archival theory and nineteenth-century book and print culture. She is simultaneously engaged in building a new minor in Digital Humanities which will be housed in the English department.