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The Centre for Digital Humanities (CDH) provides a platform for the exploration and application of the many opportunities and perspectives that emerge with digitalisation. Research and education in the humanities can be reinforced, revitalised and enriched by digital material, tools and methods as well as by theories, perspectives and new views that arise in the dialogue with contemporary digital culture.



  • New cluster leader for Heritage and Wellbeing

    [18 Sep 2017] Greater focus on the relationship between heritage and health. Less focus on standardized treatment methods in mental health. These are two things requested by Elisabeth Punzi, new leader in CCHS's research cluster Heritage and Wellbeing.

  • Digitalization brings us closer to nature

    [20 Mar 2017] Digitalization can be an aid and a way of entertaining - but also changes the way we see the nature around us, suggests Dolly Jørgensen, historian of environmental technology at the University of Luleå. During the conference Digital Humanities in the Nordic countries, she spoke about the new nature that humans create in our era - the Anthropocene.

  • New possibilites with digitalization on the agenda

    [20 Mar 2017] Digitalization gives us new possibilities to analyze literary texts, images, and art. "You can't avoid seeing that digitalization is on the agenda everywhere, in the civil society and in the politics", said Pam Fredman, Vice Chancellor at the University of Gothenburg at the opening ceremony of the conference Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries, arranged by the Centre for Digital Humanities. This year it gathered 193 scholars from around the world.

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