Digital Humanities Oxford Summer School 2022

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Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School

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In 2021, we held our largest ever summer school, fully virtual for the second year. In 2022 we are looking forward to welcoming you back to Oxford in person, giving you the opportunity to engage with experts in the Digital Humanities on a wide range of topics alongside students and researchers at every stage of their career path.

The event will take place at Keble College, Oxford, from 11-15 July, with morning lectures and afternoon interactive workshops. We will also be live-streaming a selection of lectures from the Introduction strand as well as our keynote and other plenary lectures, to enable those unable to attend in person to participate virtually.



Registration is now open for the 2022 Summer School.. Sign up for our mailing list for more updates.



Our 2022 Summer School offers more lectures, talks and workshops than ever before. As well as a selection of our live-streamed introductory lectures, we will have special talks giving a comprehensive tour of Digital Humanities, and in-person workshops every afternoon to develop your practical DH skills. See below for more details on each of these strands. Our selection of keynote lectures from leading Digital Humanists will be announced shortly.



This year the Summer School will take place in Oxford again and we look forward to welcoming you to Keble College.

We are also able to offer a live-streamed version of the Summer School this year which will feature a selection of lectures from our Introduction strand, two keynote lectures, a public lecture and three additional lectures. For further details, please see the full programme when registration is open.


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Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School 2022 is sponsored by Gale, A Cengage Company