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Is irregularly able to offer dedicated interdisciplinary courses in hypermedia focused around a topic determined by the professor or professors.
An undergraduate academic programme offering Joint Honours or Minor Honours options.
Offers academic courses in humanities computing and a “Multimedia@McMaster: Combined Honours Programme in Multimedia”; provides support for administrative, research and instructional computing within the Faculty of Humanities; introduces and encourages initiatives for instructional and research computing; represents the Faculty of Humanities on University and external committees.
A consortium of technology-related research projects from within the Faculty of Arts, with an independent steering group dedicated to driving, maintaining and overseeing the development of the Institute.
A national organisation predicated on the idea that the humanities must have a strong voice in the formation of public opinion and national policy.
Provides research support for Humanities faculty as well as original research.
HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, Technology Advanced Collaboratory, pronounced “haystack”) is a network of individuals and institutions inspired by the possibilities that new technologies offer us for shaping how we learn, teach, communicate, create, and organize our local and global communities. We are motivated by the conviction that the digital era provides rich opportunities for informal and formal learning and for collaborative, networked research that extends across traditional disciplines, across the boundaries of academe and community, across the “two cultures” of humanism and technology, across the divide of thinking versus making, and across social strata and national borders.
HUMlab at Umeå university is a meeting place for the humanities, culture and information technology. Everyone is welcome to participate in the daily activities and initiate their own projects in a creative environment.
Hyperstudio is a part of the MIT School of Humanities and the Arts and Social Sciences Comparative Media Studies program and explores the potential of new media technologies for the enhancement of education and research in the humanities.
Welcome to IDHMC: the Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture. This initiative is one of eight IUMRI’s or Landmark Research Areas to receive major university funding as part of its Academic Master Plan. We are in the early stages of development and hope soon to become a full-fledged institute. Here is our mission statement, authored by Maura Ives and Laura Mandell:
- To perform research on the global impact of computing, digitization, cyber-worlds, and digital communication on culture by fostering collaboration among various disciplines housed in different colleges across the University;
– To participate in creating a cyberinfrastructure for the Humanities, which is to say, a structure capable of making the human record accessible and usable by new computing technologies that will allow performing the new kinds of research that have been impossible up to now;
– To foster among faculty at Texas A&M University inter-institutional and international relationships for the sake of maximizing the use of expertise and resources devoted to research in the Humanities, new media, and art.
Please contact Director Laura Mandell (mandell at tamu.edu) or Project Manager Mary Farrington (m-farrington at tamu.edu) if you have thoughts or questions.
Graduate certificate program at the University of Kentucky administered by a multidisciplinary committee of computer scientists and scholars in both the humanities and the sciences. Objective is to train graduate and professional-degree students in the uses of computational and information processing technology in their own fields. Specializations include humanities, linguistics, biology and health care.
Housed in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at York University, the Programme aims to provide students with a sound education concerning modern computer technology and its uses, impacts and effects in our society.
L’IFRI est un établissement culturel rattaché à la Direction Générale de la Coopération Internationale et du Développement, du Ministère des Affaires Etrangères français. Sa mission est la promotion de la recherche en sciences humaines et sociales et en archéologie, sur le «monde iranien» – qui déborde les frontières de l’Iran actuel – , depuis l’Antiquité jusqu’à nos jours.
IATH appoints academic Fellows, who are provided with consulting, technical support, applications programming, and networked publishing facilities; cultivates partnerships with libraries, publishers, information technology companies, scholarly organizations, and others interested in the intersection of computers and cultural heritage.
The Institute for Computing in Humanities, Arts, and Social Science (I-CHASS) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign charts new ground in high performance computing and the humanities, arts, and social sciences by creating both learning environments and spaces for digital discovery.
Research institute at the Austrian Academy of Sciences with a focus on digital humanities with research on large digital text corpora, among them the AAC – Austrian Academy Corpus, and coordination centre of research infrastructure initiatives.
The Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities (IDAH) is a center under the Office of the Vice Provost for Research at Indiana University which links a network of disciplinary experts, faculty, and support staff who work in interdisciplinary teams on collection-building, tool-building, and the development of appropriate methods for study and analysis of collections.
The Institute, created in 2010 through a partnership of the University of Kansas Libraries, the Hall Center for the Humanities, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, supports and enhances humanities research at the University of Kansas. Its mission is to promote the use of computing technology to advance humanistic scholarship across disciplines, publish and disseminate scholarly research through new Web-based models, and study the impact of technology on society and on the scholarly record.
ILIT is a new research center that grew out of the expanding research activities of The LINGUIST List, an Internet network that has been at Eastern Michigan University since 1992 and that is considered the world’s largest online linguistics resource.
The IHC has been developing a Digital History research line for some years now, working mainly with GIS, Databases, and Web Visualization applied to historical research.