45 rue d'Ulm
Fourth session of the introduction to digital humanities course, led by Richard Walter.
Digital humanities bring a set of tools to the field of humanities and social sciences, in order to create new knowledge and to facilitate its dissemination, analysis and archiving, through computer technologies. They also constitute a trans-discipline and a research community, which we will question from a critical perspective.
The Observatory of Digital Humanities at ENS-PSL proposes an introductory training in two levels. The first level aims to introduce students to research practices in a digital environment.
The courses take place at 45 rue d'Ulm, in the conference room of the Centre Sciences des Données (staircase B, 3rd floor).
Registration to the course: please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Validation: attendance and a critical review of a scientific event on topics related to digital humanities or a reading note on a book or a corpus of articles on a topic related to digital humanities.