Leiden University Centre for Digital Humanities
The Leiden University Centre for Digital Humanities regularly offers events and workshops related to all aspects of digital humanities. Events are aimed at connecting scholars from across Leiden's Faculties with a research interest in all digital aspects of their chosen subject area.
Activites and events will take place in the Digital Lab - P.J. Veth 1.07 or online.
Digital Skills and Thinking for the Humanities - Winter Week of Workshops and Pilot Project Symposium (January)
A series of workshops over 4 mornings in 'Digital Winter Week of Workshops'. The format will be modular, allowing people to attend only those days they have specific need for; and will be open to both teaching and non-teaching staff and PhD/MA students. The Pilot Project Symposium is the capstone to this week with presentations from successful small grant projects.
LUCDH presents a lunchtime talk once a month. Invited speakers have presented on mapping historical Leiden, modeling with qualitative and quantitative data, the place of data science in art history, linguistics research, and visualization and digital storytelling amongst other topics. Leiden University staff and students are welcome to attend. These are announced via our website, newsletter, Twitter. Register for these talks with an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org .
LUCDH facilitates workshops that promote the acquisition of skills and knowledge in employing digital tools. These are popular workshops so it is advisable to register early.
See more on LUCDH Workshops.
Join Angus Mol for a mini-tour of the Studio in P.J Veth 1.06 with an explanation of how the recording equipment works. Angus will give this mini-tour, usually every first Thursday of the month, 15:00-15:30. Please email email@example.com if you would like to attend the session.
The newsletter gathers information on lectures, workshops, call for papers, conferences, symposiums, etc., relevant to research in digital humanities at Leiden University. If you wish to be placed on the mailing list for our newsletter (or wish to be removed from the mailing list) or you have an event on an aspect of digital humanities that you would like shared with a wider audience, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with your request and subject line 'newsletter'.
We look forward to seeing you at one of our online or in-person events soon! Our previous events are listed on our Past events page.