The Digital Humanities Blog

A blog about the Master Programme in Digital Humanities at Uppsala University

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Data curation

Today I participated in a lab in the course Distant reading over Zoom about Data Curation headed by Karl Berglund. In the data curation lab the students will learn how to automatically manage and manipulate digital texts in different ways. We will depart from examples of Python code in Jupyter Notebook and, among other things, […]

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Distant Reading

Yesterday the last course of the semester started for the students of the Digital Humanities program. It is called Distant reading and is headed by researcher and librarian Karl Berglund. The core of the course is that it introduces and discusses tools and methods for what is known as distant reading; i.e., computer-supported and quantitative analyses […]

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Collaboration: Department of Archaeology and Ancient history

This is a guest post by Daniel Löwenborg, researcher and senior lecturer at the Department of Archaeology and Ancient history. Digital Archaeology Archaeology has a long tradition of working interdisciplinary and have been using digital technology extensively, especially since GIS (geographical information systems) became more widely available in the 1990s. Since archaeological information is inherently […]

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Theories and Methods in Digital Humanities

Today the students start one of their most important courses in the Masterprogramme in Digital Humanities: Theories and Methods in Digital Humanitites. Course Coordinator is Olle Sköld and Nadya Charapan. Olle is also the programme coordinator for the programme as a whole. You can read more about Nadya on the blog here. After completing the […]

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Collaboration: Department of Art History

The Masterprogramme of Digital Humanities is a cooperation between the department of ALM, department of Art history and the department of Archaeology and ancient history at Uppsala University. Today we will take a closer look at the department of Art history and see what kind of research and using digital methods they partake in and […]

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