DH Spaces

DH Instruction, Reserve DH Space, DH Center Calendar


Hardware & Technology

Activities & Events

Upcoming Activities, Upcoming Events


DH Center Staff

Meet the Digital Humanities Center staff

Digital Humanities Center staff are available for consultations and questions related to digital technologies when the DH Center is open.

Dr. Pamella Lach, Digital Humanities Librarian and DH Center Director

Pam Lach Pamella Lach (she/her/hers) is the Digital Humanities Librarian, Director of the Digital Humanities Center, and Co-Director of the Digital Humanities Initiative (DH@SDSU). Pam’s work explores how new and emerging technologies transform humanistic scholarship and pedagogy. Her areas of interest include data visualization, folksonomy, user experience design, project management, digital pedagogy, surveillance, critical librarianship, and anti-racist digital humanities. She has a PhD in U.S. Cultural History with an emphasis on gender and film history from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and a MS in Information Science from UNC’s School of Information and Library Science.



Dr. Romain Delaville, Digital Humanities Center Programs Specialist

Romain Delaville headshotRomain Delaville (he/him/his) is the Digital Humanities Center Programs Specialist. He has a PhD in French from the University of Pennsylvania and a MS in Software Development from Dominican University. Romain's experiences and training blend years of teaching with hands-on expertise in application development. His research focuses on postcolonial studies, critical race theory, and the intersection of literature and visual technologies. His dissertation, “Face Value: Physiognomy, Portraiture and the Making of Subjectivity in Francophone Literature and Visual Culture,” examined how the rise of the second French colonial Empire, the invention of photography, and the development of physical anthropology paved the way for turning physiognomy–“the science of faces”–into a technology of racial classification and oppression.

Contact Us

Digital Humanities Contact

Location: Library Addition Room 61 (Dome Basement)
Phone: 619-594-8859

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