The Centre for Digital Humanities
The Centre for Digital Humanities is led by Dr Zoe Alker.
The University of Liverpool’s Centre for Digital Humanities seeks to bring together and support multidisciplinary researchers from across the Faculty to explore not just the development and deployment of digital technologies and tools, but also their uses, applications, and social impacts.
From AR to consumerism, finance to automation, the Centre’s aim is to take in the full spectrum of digital effects and is based around four broad areas:
- Digital Humanities
- Digital Society
- Digital Culture
- Digital Economics
As digital technologies continue to have ever-increasing impacts on how we live and work, the Centre for Digital Humanities will seek to use digital tools to further both academic research and to chronicle how they shape our world.
Who we are
Meet the team behind the Centre for Digital Humanities
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The Centre can provide help and support for those working in the digital humanities