Only a few weeks left to book for Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School

Digital Humanities Oxford Summer SchoolOnly a few weeks left to book!

Places for this year’s Digital.Humanities@Oxford Summer School are filling up already, so book your place soon!  Visit for more information. If you are awaiting the results of local funding and want to to see whether your chosen workshop is almost full, email to find out.

The Digital.Humanities@Oxford Summer School (DHOxSS) is an annual event for anyone working in the Digital Humanities. This year’s Summer School will be held on 8 – 12 July, at the University of Oxford. If you are a researcher, project manager, research assistant, or student of the Humanities, this is an opportunity for you to learn about the tools and methodology of digital humanities, and to make contact with others in your field. You will be introduced to topics spanning from creating, managing, analysing, modelling, visualizing, to publication of digital data for the Humanities. Visit for more information.

With the Summer School’s customisable schedule, you book on one of our five-day workshops, and supplement this by booking several guest lectures from experts in their fields.

The main five-day workshops this year are:

  1. Cultural Connections: exchanging knowledge and widening participation in the Humanities
  2. How to do Digital Humanities: Discovery, Analysis and Collaboration
  3. A Humanities Web of Data: publishing, linking and querying on the semantic web.
  4. An Introduction to XML and the Text Encoding Initiative
  5. An Introduction to XSLT for Digital Humanists

There are a variety of evening events including a peer-reviewed poster session to give delegates a chance to demonstrate their work to the other delegates and speakers. The Thursday evening sees an elegant drinks reception and three-course banquet at historic Queen’s College, Oxford!

DHOxSS is a collaboration for Digital.Humanities@Oxford between the University of Oxford’s IT Services, the Oxford e-Research Centre (OeRC), the Bodleian Libraries, and The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities.

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