Humanities have been at the heart of education and research for over 2,000 years. Whether it is grammar, rhetoric, dialectics, philosophy, or history: since ancient times, these have all been inextricably linked with knowledge, science, and education in the Western world. This was also the reason why the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy was one of the first priorities when founding Ghent University, 200 years ago.
The Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities is delighted to welcome you to the final symposium of our Doctoral School's Programme Loading: Methods and Approaches in Digital Humanities which ran from March to September 2017. This final symposium is intended for the doctoral student's to present their conclusions about the applicability of digital humanities for their own doctoral research.
GhentCDH welcomes dr. Berenike Herrmann as keynote speaker during the #DHDS Symposium concluding our Doctoral School Course "Loading: Methods and Approaches in Digital Humanities". The title of her talk is: WYSIWYG? Getting behind the scenes of Digital Humanities research.
Thursday 28 September 2017, Library Lab, Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, Rozier 44, 9000 Ghent.