Course Details

Course Name
PhD - Digital Humanities
Course Type
PhD Programme
Institution
Australian National University
Department
Centre for Digital Humanities Research
Information
https://cass.anu.edu.au/interdisciplinary-and-cross-cultural-research-iccr-program
Curriculum
-
Status
record actively maintained
Course Language
English
Start Date
2020-02-18
recurring
ECTS
-
Lecturer
Dr Katrina Grant
PID
Disciplines: Archaeology, Arts and Cultural Studies, Computer Science, History, Library Science and Information Science, Linguistics and Language Studies, Literary and Philological Studies, Media and Communication Studies, Musicology, Social Sciences, Theory and Methodology of DH
Techniques: Browsing, Gamification, Georeferencing, Information Retrieval, Linked Open Data, Machine Learning, Mapping, Pattern Recognition, Photography, Preservation Metadata, Scanning, Searching, Sentiment Analysis, Technology Preservation, Topic Modeling, Versioning, Web Crawling, Text Mining
Objects: Artifacts, BibliographicListings, Computers, Curricula, DigitalHumanities, Data, File, Images, Images(3D), Infrastructure, Language, Link, Literature, Manuscript, Map, Metadata, Multimedia, Multimodal, Persons, Research, ResearchProcess, ResearchResults, SheetMusic, Software, Sound, Standards, Text, TextBearingObjects, Tools, Video, Visualization, VREs, Speech
Access Requirements
Students must meet the entry requirements for a PhD. Students may be eligible to apply for scholarships to support their studies (domestic and international students).
Description
The Centre for Digital HUmanities Research at the Australian National Univeristy invites students to apply for PhDs across a range of DH topics (from web science, to LOD, to Digital GLAM and digital history). Students are part of the Research School of the Humanities and the Arts (RSHA) unique interdisciplinary programme in which to pursue thesis research and coursework as well as professional development. Through its supportive environment and programmes the RSHA encourages new modes of research while it also supports traditional scholarly methods of inquiry. This programme, based on clear requirements and transparent principles is designed to maximise the quality and impact of research and to produce the best student outcomes.
Keywords
Disciplines: Archaeology, Arts and Cultural Studies, Computer Science, History, Library Science and Information Science, Linguistics and Language Studies, Literary and Philological Studies, Media and Communication Studies, Musicology, Social Sciences, Theory and Methodology of DH
Techniques: Browsing, Gamification, Georeferencing, Information Retrieval, Linked Open Data, Machine Learning, Mapping, Pattern Recognition, Photography, Preservation Metadata, Scanning, Searching, Sentiment Analysis, Technology Preservation, Topic Modeling, Versioning, Web Crawling, Text Mining
Objects: Artifacts, BibliographicListings, Computers, Curricula, DigitalHumanities, Data, File, Images, Images(3D), Infrastructure, Language, Link, Literature, Manuscript, Map, Metadata, Multimedia, Multimodal, Persons, Research, ResearchProcess, ResearchResults, SheetMusic, Software, Sound, Standards, Text, TextBearingObjects, Tools, Video, Visualization, VREs, Speech