Digital Humanities

The Digital Humanities at TCD is an essential component of the College’s knowledge infrastructure. It provides a key support mechanism for nurturing on-going and increased research cross-fertilisation. Digital Humanities facilitates multidisciplinary research questions, promoting high-impact cross-disciplinary reciprocal engagements, and acting as an integrator across research themes and disciplines.

World-class Computer Science needs pathways to new collaborations across content areas and epistemological frameworks. World-class Humanities research needs access to the cutting-edge methodologies the Digital Humanities theme and Centre support and develop. In addition to this methodological support, Digital Humanities also fosters a close working relationship with the Library through the shared interest in access to and interrogation of sources. This set of convergent concerns offers a natural basis upon which to bring together Computer Science and Humanities research. These crossings are not easy, but the Centre for Digital Humanities has proven its efficacy as a facilitator and mediator for delivering quality interactions across disciplines.

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Research Institutes / Centres

The Digital Humanities theme is a priority research theme of the Trinity Long Room Hub – Trinity’s Arts & Humanities Research Institute

Featured Trinity Researchers

Dr. Jennifer Edmond

  • Theme Convener

Prof. Owen Conlan

  • Theme Convener

Dr. Michelle Doran

  • Research Theme Project Officer

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Featured Publications & Research Outputs

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