The Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School (DHOxSS) offers insights, inspiration and training to anyone with an interest in the Digital Humanities, including academics at all career stages, students, project managers, and people who work in IT, libraries, archives, cultural heritage, and related industries.
In 2021 we will once again be holding a Digital Humanities at Oxford event online, giving you the opportunity to engage with Digital Humanities experts on a range of stimulating topics. Last year’s event attracted 260 participants from every continent and every time zone.
The event will take place on Zoom from 12-15 July, with morning lectures and optional afternoon interactive sessions over the first three days. On Thursday 15 July we have a special programme of 10th Anniversary keynotes from guest experts in Digital Humanities.
Registration for the Digital Humanities at Oxford 2021 online event is now open, offering you the opportunity to engage with Digital Humanities experts on a range of stimulating topics.
The event will take place on Zoom from 12-15 July, with morning lectures and optional afternoon interactive sessions over the first three days. On Thursday 15 July we have a special 10th Anniversary programme with guest speakers.
Your registration includes:
• Three full mornings of DH expert talks
• Keynote by Professor Ruth Ahnert, The Alan Turing Institute/Queen Mary University of London
• 10th Anniversary special sessions
• Early access to recordings of all sessions (where available) within 1 week of the event
• Access to the Canvas Virtual Learning Environment to download content and discuss DH topics with other participants and speakers
• Digital certificate of attendance
• [Optional, additional cost] One afternoon interactive workshop/session
Each morning there will be a general Introduction to Digital Humanities lecture from the DHOxSS Directors: Professor of e-Research David De Roure (Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford) and Dr Megan Gooch, Head of the Centre for Digital Scholarship (Humanities Division, University of Oxford) – plus lectures from the expert convenors of our Summer School strands.
See Abstracts of these talks, speaker bios and a full programme.
Cost (all morning talks): £50
Afternoon sessions will offer interactive workshop style teaching of 1-3 hours in small groups (25 or under), giving you the opportunity to ask questions of the convenors and meet other participants. Expect to get involved in hands-on tasks and learn how to apply DH principles to your own research or projects.
Full details of all the afternoon sessions.
Cost (one hands-on session): £25
• Spaces on afternoon sessions are limited and are offered on a first come, first served basis.
• Only one afternoon session per participant.
• Afternoon sessions must be booked in conjunction with a morning registration.
If you have any questions about DHOx2021, please contact email@example.com.
Register now to secure your place!