Tue, 29 Jul 2014 07:37:03 +0000
Details of this week’s Digital Classicist seminar: Digital Classicist London & Institute of Classical Studies Seminar 2014 Sebastian Rahtz (Oxford) & Gabriel Bodard (King’s College London) Standards for Networking Ancient Prosopographies: Data and Relations in Greco-Roman Names (SNAP:DRGN) Friday August 1st in room G37, Senate House, Malet Street, WC1E 7HU SNAP:DRGN (snapdrgn.net) is an AHRC-funded [...]Read more...
Seminar: Papyrology and Linguistic Annotation: How can we make TEI EpiDoc XML corpus and Treebanking work together?
Mon, 21 Jul 2014 08:11:21 +0000
Details of this week’s Digital Classicist seminar follow: Digital Classicist London & Institute of Classical Studies Seminar 2014 Marja Vierros (Helsinki) ‘Papyrology and Linguistic Annotation: How can we make TEI EpiDoc XML corpus and Treebanking work together?’ Friday July 25 at 16:30 in room G35, Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU Greek documentary papyri [...]Read more...
Studying Digital Humanities at UCL
The UCL Centre for Digital Humanities facilitates various opportunities for study at post-graduate level.
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Digital Humanities is an important multidisciplinary field, undertaking research at the intersection of digital technologies and humanities. It aims to produce applications and models that make possible new kinds of research, both in the humanities disciplines and in computer science and its allied technologies. It also studies the impact of these techniques on cultural heritage, memory institutions, libraries, archives, and digital culture.
The Centre for Digital Humanities is able to capitalise on UCL's world-leading strength in information studies, computer science, and the arts and humanities. It brings together work being done in the many different departments and centres at UCL. Our location in central London, surrounded by the greatest concentration of libraries and professional bodies in Europe, also makes it an ideal base for collaboration with organisations outside UCL, such as museums, galleries, libraries and archives.
We have a variety of PhD students who are undertaking research with us, and are interested in hearing from those who are considering undertaking PhD research in Digital Humanities.
It is also possible to study individual modules from the MA/MSc programme as Short Courses such as:
which can contribute to professional development, and count towards the MA/MSc should it be pursued further.