Advances in Digital Humanities with new PhD course at the Faculty of Arts

During the fall term 2016 Humlab provides a new PhD course, Digital Humanities II: Applications. The course offers a specialization in theoretical and critical perspectives in digital humanities through seminars and individual digital projects.

Stefan Gelfgren introducing the course
Stefan Gelfgren, Director of Humlab, opened the course with a discussion on the topic of Digital humanities or humanities in a digital age?

The course is a deepening and continuation of the course Digital Humanities I: Introduction which was given during the Spring term 2015. Humlab has received funding from the Wallenberg Foundations for the course in the context of a commitment to research and younger scholars in the digital humanities.

Gísli Pálsson, a doctoral student in archeology, will work during the course with the project The farm-as-network: tracing the tendrils of agency across Iceland‘s medieval landscape.
Gísli Pálsson, a doctoral student in archeology, will work during the course with the project The farm-as-network: tracing the tendrils of agency across Iceland‘s medieval landscape.

The course will conclude with presentations of the individual projects on January 10, 2017.

For more information, contact:
Coppélie Cocq
Responsible for pedagogy and education, Humlab
coppelie.cocq@umu.se

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