Huge data sets retrieved from social media platforms, digitized corpora of newspapers, handwritten texts or audiovisual media texts – today’s digital culture is causing rapid changes to how research in the Humanities is conducted. The digital revolution does not only offer new methodologies which can give fresh insights on historical material, but also creates opportunities to ask new research questions. The Groningen Centre for Digital Humanities promotes a multi- and interdisciplinary approach to foster innovative research and to fuse the strengths of humanities research with those of computer and information science.
The Groningen Centre for Digital Humanities is an interfaculty platform that connects scholars from the Faculty of Philosophy, the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies and the Faculty of Arts. It supports scholars from these faculties in training computational methods, and in collaborating, designing, funding and thinking about Digital Humanities research projects.
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