The GhentCDH

The Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities (GhentCDH) engages in the field of ‘Digital Humanities’ at Ghent University, ranging from archaeology and geography to linguistics and cultural studies. It develops DH collaboration and supports research projects, teaching activities and infrastructure projects across the faculties.

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  • Digital heritage

    The GhentCDH offers support in regards to digital heritage, participation and virtual expositions. GhentCDH helps researchers, teachers and students to create, manage and enrich their own digital collections and set up virtual exhibitions around them. 

  • Geospatial analysis

    The GhentCDH offers advice, support and training regarding geospatial data management, analysis and visualisation to the humanities and social sciences researchers at the Ghent University.

  • Digital text analysis

    The GhentCDH aims to improve digital text analysis at Ghent University by offering support and information to researchers. You can contact us for advice on TEI and digital editions, working with digital text analysis tools, and using computer-assisted qualitative data analysis.

  • Collaborative databases

    The GhentCDH offers advice and support for collaborative databases at Ghent University. It helps researchers to develop a database instance, powered by e.g. Nodegoat. It provides advice regarding data standards and linked data.

News

KBR Digital Heritage Seminar Series 2022: Humanities Approaches to Semantic Change

"Pixels" by Brett Jordan is licensed under CC BY 2.0

The KBR Digital Heritage Seminar Series 2022 is a three-part seminar series, showcasing three timely projects which are pushing the boundaries of Digital Humanities by creating synergies between disciplines to develop cutting-edge methods to investigate lexical semantic change at a large scale. The series is co-organised by CAMille (ULB-KBR), the Data Science Lab (VUB-KBR), the 

KBR Digital Heritage Seminar Series 2022: Linguistic DNA project

"Pixels" by Brett Jordan is licensed under CC BY 2.0

The KBR Digital Heritage Seminar Series 2022 is a three-part seminar series, showcasing three timely projects which are pushing the boundaries of Digital Humanities by creating synergies between disciplines to develop cutting-edge methods to investigate lexical semantic change at a large scale. The series is co-organised by CAMille (ULB-KBR), the Data Science Lab (VUB-KBR), the 

KBR Digital Heritage Seminar Series 2022: "Change is Key!"

"Pixels" by Brett Jordan is licensed under CC BY 2.0

The KBR Digital Heritage Seminar Series 2022 is a three-part seminar series, showcasing three timely projects which are pushing the boundaries of Digital Humanities by creating synergies between disciplines to develop cutting-edge methods to investigate lexical semantic change at a large scale. The series is co-organised by CAMille (ULB-KBR), the Data Science Lab (VUB-KBR), the Digital Research Lab (UGent – KB

Spatial Humanities 2022 Programme

"Blurry Event Shot - People" by manuel_flave is marked with CC0 1.0

DH Virtual Discussion Group for Early Career Researchers in Belgium May 2022

"Blurry Event Shot - People" by manuel_flave is marked with CC0 1.0

DH Virtual Discussion Group for Early Career Researchers in Belgium April 2022

"Blurry Event Shot - People" by manuel_flave is marked with CC0 1.0

DH Virtual Discussion Group for Early Career Researchers in Belgium March 2022

"Pixels" by Brett Jordan is licensed under CC BY 2.0

KBR Digital Heritage Seminar: Understanding information-rich documents, A. Antonacopoulos

"Pixels" by Brett Jordan is licensed under CC BY 2.0

KBR Digital Heritage Seminar: Computer Vision and the humanities, Thomas Smits

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