Replicability and Reproducibility in the Humanities

Speaker(s): Emilia Chiscop Head, PhD and Kelsey Smith, PhD
Join us for a virtual roundtable to discuss issues of replication and reproducibility in the Humanities. Participants will discuss in breakout room a journal article and comment from their own research or scholarly experience on the benefits and challenges of replicability and reproducibility. While this event has a Humanities focus, the event is open to all faculty and staff engaged in research. Interdisciplinary conversations are welcome.

To receive RCR credit, participants need to join the event via zoom link, be present for at least 60 minutes and sign the virtual attendance sheet, presented at the end of the event.

In order to join the event you have to access it via and login through SSO, with your net ID and Duke password. Only authenticated Duke users can join.

Register at:

Duke Office of Scientific Integrity (DOSI)


African and African American Studies (AAAS); Art, Art History & Visual Studies; Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture; Center for African and African American Research; Center for Arts, Digital Culture and Entrepreneurship; Center for Christianity and Scholarship; Center for Cognitive Neuroscience; Center for Computational Humanities; Center for Documentary Studies (CDS); Center for French and Francophone Studies; Center for Global Studies and the Humanities; Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Science and Cultural Theory (CISSCT); Center for Jewish Studies; Center for Late Ancient Studies; Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS); Center for Race Relations (CRR); Divinity School; Franklin Humanities Institute (FHI); Sanford School of Public Policy; Social Science Research Institute (SSRI); Trinity College