Do you work in the humanities or support people who do?

Are you interested in how digital techniques can help enhance your research?

 

Scholarship,

Application and

Community

Scholarship,

Application and

Community

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"It's been a fantastic and rewarding week among other Digital Humanities enthusiasts.
 
I especially loved the variety of topics and the opportunity to connect with people from various backgrounds.."
2019 Participant

The Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School 2020 will take place at Keble College from Monday 13 July to Friday 17 July.

The Summer School offers training to anyone with an interest in the Digital Humanities, including academics at all career stages, students, project managers, and people who work in IT, libraries, and cultural heritage.

Participants follow one of our nine parallel strands throughout the week, supplemented by optional expert guest sessions. See below for details of the 2020 strands. (NB: Digital Musicology is not taking place in 2020 but aims to return in 2021).

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2020 Strands

An Introduction to Digital Humanities: Expert Insights into our Digital Landscape

An Introduction to the TEI:

From source to publication

Applied Data Analysis:

Advanced class: Data science methods to analyse humanities data

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Crowdsourced Research in the Humanities: Theory and Practice

Humanities Data: Case Studies and Approaches

When Archives Become Digital

Working with digitised and digital archives in theory and practice

Sculpting Digital Cultural Heritage: Methods for capturing, analysing and digitally displaying cultural heritage.

From Text to Tech:

Python programming for powerful text processing in the Humanities

Linked Data for Digital Humanities:

Publishing, querying, and linking on the Semantic Web

 

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