Since a few weeks back the first generation of Digital Humanities students are nearing the end of their two-year master program by writing on their master thesis.

The Master Thesis course is devoted to the writing and presentation of a written scientific work. Within the scope of which the student shall also deepen their knowledge of how to search for and evaluate data within the field of study, as well as act as an opponent to a fellow student’s thesis.

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The seminar at which the thesis are presented is open to all students enrolled in the Master’s Programme in Digital Humanities. A first draft is to be handed in 3rd of may and the finished thesis should be finished by 4th of June.

Hopefully you will be able to see some abstracts and links to the finished products at the end of the semester here on this blog. So wish them good luck on work with their projects!