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The Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School 2020 will take place at Keble College from Monday 13 July to Friday 17 July. If you would like to hear more about the Summer School or be sent details of DHOxSS 2020, you can be added to our mailing list.

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 workshop strands throughout the week, supplementing their training with expert guest lectures.

Most of the information currently on the website is about the 2019 Summer School; details of the 2020 programme will be added as soon as they become available.

2019 Workshop 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

Digital Musicology: Applied computational and informatics methods for enhancing musicology

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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