Discover the more specialized courses in digital humanities offered by ENS-PSL.
The course provides an overview of automatic language processing techniques applied (and applicable) to digital humanities issues.
This workshop aims to accompany students, doctoral students and researchers in the use of quantitative techniques in history. At the same time, it will also discuss the debates related to these uses.
The course provides intellectual and digital tools for editing ethnographic survey materials, and learning about data management and modeling using ArchEthno software.
An introduction to digital mapping as a rendering format. Students are asked to annotate (in real time if they can with their smartphone) a free digital map (mymaps) with texts, quotes, references, photos or drawings.
This workshop offers 12 students from ENS and EHESS the opportunity to carry out a transdisciplinary fieldwork survey combining ethnography, photography and geography during an intensive week. At the end of the course, the students are familiarized with computerized data entry of different kinds.