Discover the generalist courses in digital humanities offered by ENS-PSL
The new Master’s degree program in Digital Humanities from Université PSL is the fruit of a collaboration between ENC-PSL, ENS-PSL, EPHE-PSL and EHESS. Designed for university graduates seeking to expand their knowledge of their discipline (history and philology, literature, archeology, etc.), the program is intended to teach students how to mine and analyze humanities data. This master's program is part of following PSL graduate programs: Translitterae and Historical Sciences.
The training offered by ENS-PSL, open to literary and scientific graduates, provides a practical and critical approach to digital humanities. Its objective is to provide each student with a solid background, favoring the appropriation of languages and techniques, and enabling him or her to be autonomous when it comes to producing and processing data digitally.
How to build a research corpus and valorize it in a digital environment? Using a concrete example, this course will introduce ENS-PSL students to all the stages of a collaborative research project in digital humanities, from the constitution of the corpus to its exploration, its editorialization and its final publication.
As part of the special “transverse program” of PSL, the DHAI group organizes with the help of PSL a special 1 week course on the topic of “Digital Humanities Meet Artificial Intelligence”. This course is open in priority to Master 2 students of PSL. It is also open to other students (Master and PhD) and researchers, subject to availability. This intensive training will cover theoretical, numerical and applicative topics at the intersection between these two fields. The structure of the course will be quite innovative, since it will interplay theoretical course, practical sessions with computer labs and projects in small groups.
The Ulm-Jourdan library is organizing a series of training sessions for ENS readers and students during the second semester of the university year, in order to make them aware of documentary methodology and to support them in their research activities. The objective of these trainings is to meet the needs of the users, by allowing them to better understand their documentary environment, by initiating them to the methods, resources and tools used to elaborate and valorize their research, and by making them aware of the stakes of open science and scientific publication.