The MetroPCS controversy was well-reported on by a number of news outlets. You can view a selection of articles and media coverage using the buttons below. 

DCist, April 8

Washington Post, April 10

NBC Washington, April 10

Slate, April 11

Citylab, April 17


#WhyDAH is a new campaign we’re launching in 2019-2020 to highlight the amazing things that can be done with digital methods. Each month, we will feature a new project developed by one of IDAH's affiliates. These projects exemplify the practical applications of the digital methods we feature in our workshop series.

If you have a digital project you're looking to get off the ground, consider scheduling a consultation with us. We also offer scholarships, fellowships, and incubator programs for both students and faculty, most of which come with research funding and developmental support.


Are you working on a project with a significant digital component in pursuit of tenure and/or promotion? Do you need to jump-start a digital project? Whether you're an undergraduate student, graduate student, or faculty member, IDAH wants to help. Our Faculty Fellowship program and HASTAC Scholarship program are both designed to provide funding for digitally-inflected research projects, while our Incubator program brings all of the resources IU has to offer for faculty and graduate students engaged in digital arts & humanities projects into a single room for a week-long intensive workshop in July.


IDAH regularly reports on talks, workshops and other special events related to digital arts & humanities on the IU Bloomington campus through Twitter, Facebook, and our mailing list. If you'd like to hear about what we're doing on campus (and what our colleagues are up to), give us a follow or sign up to receive emails from us. We send weekly DH event roundups, reminders about upcoming features, and deadlines and save-the-dates for future conferences.