Digital Humanities Lab
Content from social media and audio-visual 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. The digital revolution does not only offer new methodologies which can give fresh insights on historical material, but also creates new cultural expressions. 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.
You can witness this research yourself in the Digital Humanities Lab, located in the Exposition Room (Harmonie Building).
|3-dimensionaal puzzelen: een Bronstijd-tombe in Virtual Reality||continuous||Exposition Room, Harmonie Building|
|Moonwalking: Tracing and visualizing the memory of Michael Jackson on Reddit||13.30-13.45||Exposition Room, Harmonie Building|
|YouTube als verdwijnend archief||continuous||Exposition Room, Harmonie Building|