The Digital Scholarship Committee is charged with sharing information on digital history innovations in research, teaching, and public history of interest to the diverse membership of the WHA; promoting digital history scholarship at the annual conference through sponsored sessions and other appropriate means; and creating and maintaining a network of WHA-affiliated digital historians to support digital history work, particularly as it pertains to peer review, reappointment, promotion, and tenure.
Rebecca Wingo (Chair), University of Cincinnati
Douglas Seefeldt, Clemson University
Kerri Clement, University of Idaho
Sean Fraga, Princeton University
Shine Trabucco, University of Houston
Brian Luna Lucero, Columbia University