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Cambridge Digital Humanities

 

The CDH Learning programme helps Cambridge students, researchers and staff equip themselves with the tools and methods they need to carry on delivering world-class and world-changing research and teaching. We run introductory training courses, organise research-focused advanced workshops, and work with faculties and departments across the University to embed digital humanities methods and approaches into academic practice.

Our programme is organised into four themes: Machine Reading the Archive, Ethics of Big Data, Ways of Machine Seeing, and Scholarly Practice in the Digital Age. However, we also organise many standalone events which are not related to one specific theme or which cut across several.

Many CDH Learning events are co-hosted and organised with research projects, departments and faculties. We welcome suggestions for new content in our programme.

We gratefully acknowledge the support for our programme from the Researcher Development Fund, the Isaac Newton Trust and the Cambridge AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership.

What is CDH?

CDH is a creative and collaborative space where students, researchers and international visitors can come together to engage in dialogue, experiment with technology and advance scholarship.

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