The Centre for Digital Humanities is currently being established as an interdisciplinary centre for research and education in computational and/or data-driven methods in the humanities. The Centre for Digital Humanities aspires to accelerate and support the development of these digital methods, in order to gain new insights in all of the humanities.
Accelerating the development of digital methods
Text and data mining with I-analyzer makes it easy to quickly examine large amounts of data available online
The online text and data mining application I-anlayzer offers researchers the possibility to quickly attach their own corpus or dataset.
21 February 2018
Large research project on 18th-20th Century reading practices and experiences in Europe receives funding
READ-IT: READING EUROPE ADVANCED DATA INVESTIGATION TOOL combines interdisciplinary expertise of several institutions across Europe.
1 September 2017
Ryad and Lange received a grant to organise a KNAW colloquium to advance research in Arabo-Muslim Digital Humanities and Cultural Analytics.
23 June 2017
A report of the Participatory Urban Interfaces conference on technology and city design that took place in Utrecht on 14 June.