Digital Methods in the Humanities

This four-day summer school on “Digital Methods in the Humanities” aims at introducing undergraduate and postgraduate/researchers to a range of digital methods that are currently applied in the humanities and social sciences. Data will be viewed from different (but inextricably interconnected) perspectives, notably (a) preparation and architecture/infrastructure, (b) data treatment/analysis, and (c) societal impact and outreach. In the course of the summer school, all of these aspects will be paid attention to, both with regard to application and critical assessment. This will be done in the form of lectures with Q&A and hands-on work in interactive workshops.

UNIL Faculty of Arts
June 12–15, 2023
For whom?
Undergraduate and postgraduate students/researchers from the humanities and social sciences
How much?

CHF 200.- (Students and PhD)
CHF 300.-
3 ECTS, Certificate of Attendance delivered


Château de Dorigny - CH-1015 Lausanne
Tel. +41 21 692 20 20