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University of Groningen to start Master’s track in Digital Humanities

17 February 2016

Content from social media and audiovisual media, sets of big data, digital archives, computerized handwriting analysis – today’s digital culture is causing rapid changes to how research in the Humanities is conducted. These new forms of research are also known as Digital Humanities: Humanities research with a modern, digital twist. This field of research is so promising and could have so much impact that the University of Groningen will be starting a Master’s track in Digital Humanities in September.

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