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Der Studiengang Digital Humanities wird an der Uni Würzburg zum Wintersemester 2009/10 eingeführt. Die genaue inhaltliche Ausrichtung des computerphilologischen Fachs Digital Humanities an der Universität Würzburg steht zum aktuellen Zeitpunkt noch nicht bis ins letzte Detail fest. Erste Anhaltspunkte liefern der Studienverlaufsplan und die Modulliste für das 85-Punkte-Hauptfach und das 60-Punkte-Nebenfach Digital Humanities, welche auf der Seite des Lehrstuhls einzusehen ist..
MA in Information Studies Who is the MA in Information Studies for? The MA is intended for graduates of Information Studies, and also those from cognate disciplines, who wish to extend their knowledge of Information Studies beyond their primary degree. What will I learn? The MA provides an opportunity for graduate study and research in Information Studies.
Admission Requirements For admission to the M.A. in Digital Humanities, applicants must have a B.S. or B.A. degree (or complete it prior to matriculation). Students must complete a Graduate School of Arts and Sciences application including providing transcripts, 2 letters of recommendation, and a letter of intent explaining how the professional training of this M.A. program will suit their needs and explaining what they will bring to the program. The GRE general test is also required, but is only one factor considered by the Advisory Board.
UCL is keen to attract graduate students who will benefit from and enhance our research and learning environment. Before applying, we encourage all applicants to research their options thoroughly. You need to consider what you hope to gain and learn from your studies at UCL. Applications for graduate study are made directly to UCL. Please take time to read the following application guidelines.
Postgraduate Teaching Undertaking graduate studies at DDH is a unique opportunity to study in a vibrant and innovative environment with a world-leading team of scholars who engage with cutting-edge research in the field of Digital Humanities. The Department of Digital Humanities has more than 20 years experience of innovative research in the field. It is the largest centre for Digital Humanities in Europe, and is indeed one of the most extensive worldwide, both in term of number of active researchers and research funding granted. The MA programmes in Digital Humanities and Digital Culture and Technology at CCH were among the first in the world to be established in this discipline area, and they have always maintained the highest standard in term of quality of teaching and student satisfaction.
MA Digital Humanities Digital Humanities is a discipline born from the intersection of humanities scholarship and computational technologies. Its key purpose is to investigate how digital methodologies can be used to enhance research in disciplines such as History, Literature, Languages, Art History, Music, Cultural Studies and many others.
Digital humanities (humanities computing) is an interdisciplinary field concerned with the consequences and implications of computing for the wide variety of disciplines within the humanities. The Department of Digital Humanities (DDH) is the largest and most prestigious department of its kind anywhere. It is one of only three departments in the English-speaking world to offer MA programmes in this discipline and the only one to offer a PhD. Its staff are leaders in the field who edit journals, publish articles and books and lecture widely. It is the home of numerous humanities research projects that make significant use of computing, for example the Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England; Language of Landscape: Reading the Anglo-Saxon Countryside; Inscriptions of Aphrodisias; 19th-Century Serial Editions, Henry III Fine Rolls, and projects in 3D visualisation, such as the Body and Mask: Ancient Theatre Space.