The Digital Methods for Military History Working Group is a working group for military historians interesting in using digital methods. It is open to military historians of any war, time period, or geographic area. There is no required level of digital tool mastery; members of all skill levels are here to encourage, assist, and offer feedback to each other.
This working group came out of an NEH-funded Institute for Digital Methods for Military History in 2021. The original schedule for the institute can be viewed here. The annotated reading list for the institute can be found here and the list of instructors and staff for the Institute can be found here.
If you are interested in becoming a member of this working group, please fill out the form below.
Header image: Enterprise, 1799. 12-gun schooner. Capturing a Tripolitan corsair in 1801. Drawing by N. Hoff. https://www.archives.gov/research/military/navy-ships/sailing-ships.html