Centre for digital humanities and information society was founded as consortium at University of Tartu on 25th of April 2018. The following units of the university participate in the centre: 

  • Institute of Estonian and General Linguistics,
  • Institute of History and Archaeology,
  • Institute of Philosophy and Semiotics,
  • Institute of Cultural Research,
  • Institute of Foreign Languages and Cultures,
  • School of Theology and Religious Studies,
  • Institute of Social Studies,
  • Institute of Computer Science,
  • Viljandi Culture Academy
  • University of Tartu Library

Main goal of the centre is to increase comptence in the fields of digital humanities and information society by providing inter- and transdisciplinary courses; to develop research cooperation between humanities, social sciences, IT and data science and to support the university in related local and international discussions.