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.

  • DH Support

    The Ghent CDH offers advice and guidance throughout the research project lifecycle where digital tools, methods or collections are used. For the research data management and training we work closely with the Library Lab of the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy Library. 

  • Geospatial analysis

    The Ghent CDH 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

Ghent University Wikidata and Wikibase Workshop: developing a Wikibase instance, 3 - 5 July 2019

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Public Lecture: Introducing Wikidata, Wikibase and Linked Open Data

Auditorium 2 Franz Cumont, Blandijnberg 2, Ghent, 3 July 2019

On behalf of WeChangEd and the Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities you are invited to a series of public lectures Introducing Wikidata, Wikibase and Linked Open Data as part of the 3-day Ghent University Wikidata and Wikibase Workshop: developing a Wikibase instance.

Humanist Computer Interaction under Scrutiny

Workshop aimed at analysing and validating the innovation potential of digital methods and tools in the Humanities

Library Lab, Faculty of Arts and Philosophy , June 4th-5th

The project Humanist Interaction under Scrutiny aims at analysing and validating the innovation potential of digital methods and tools in the Humanities.

The aim of the workshop is to (1) introduce its participants to a modular setting of digital methods and tools, (2) to let them put these applications to the test when addressing authentic research questions, and (3) to discuss and evaluate their user experience in combination with the wider potential of digital methods in the Humanities.

What's on the map?

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CLARIAH-Benelux Workshop on Geospatial and Semantic Web Technologies

De Krook, June 11th

Researchers and developers within the Benelux have been building up expertise on geospatial technology within deep mapping and Time Machine projects. The Geohumanities rely on fast developing spatial technologies, semantic web technology and Linked open Data and at the same time explore collaborative en participatory research methods.

In this first CLARIAH-Benelux meeting we bring together developers, researchers and coordinators to exchange ideas and experiences of our geospatial projects. How can we collaborate in future development and research?

Digitising the Humanities: Lecture: World War I Digital Exhibitions, 22 May 2019

Opening up the humanities: an infrastructural opportunity

Social Network Analysis from the PhD of Thomas D’haeninck

PhD Defence: Thomas D’haeninck: "Social reformers in search of a moral revival"

Letter from Elizabeth I, 1553, British Library

Digitising the Humanities: Lecture: Ruth Ahnert "Tudor Networks of Power", 7 November

Seeing History: Computer Vision and Humanities research

Lecture & Workshop: Seeing History. Computer Vision and Humanities research, 10 October

Resolutions of the States General

Digitising the Humanities: Lecture: Ida Nijenhuis "Resolutions of the States General", 3 October

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