Digital Humanities is a discipline born from the intersection of humanities scholarship and computational technologies. Its key purpose is to investigate how digital methodologies can be used to enhance research in disciplines such as History, Literature, Languages, Art History, Music, Cultural Studies and many others. Digital Humanities has a very strong practical component as it includes the concrete creation of digital resources for the study of specific disciplines, while at the same time having a strongly theoretical basis.
Skype Open Days 2014
Next date: 12-2pm Wednesday 26 February
If you have academic questions about our MA Digital Humanities programme, please sign up to one of our Skype Open Days. If you would like a 15-minute slot, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, your skype id, the country you are currently located in and the date of the open day.
Spaces are allocated on a first come, first served basis.