Centre for Digital Humanities and Information Society

Digital humanities combine humanities knowledge with digital skills. A digital humanities specialist can work in a world rich in information and data, where it is also necessary to program, process data, plan or compile databases, and better understand everything. We offer a minor in digital humanities for bachelor students and an elective module for MA and PhD students, where BA students are also welcome. You can find a minor in SIS under the bachelor's curriculum of Estonian and Finno-Ugric linguistics and the elective module under the Estonian and Finno-Ugric linguistics master's studies.

Elective module

Learning materials

About digital humanities

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DIGIHUM talks

ReproducibiliTea journal club

#databases #cooperation #international #research #news
Digital humanities researchers, practitioners and developers in the Baltic countries are invited to participate in the Baltic DH Forum scheduled for April 25–26, 2024 in Riga!
15.01.2024
#for student #recognition  #news
Students and university staff are invited to the presentation and award ceremony of the best theses in digital humanities.
23.10.2023
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At the beginning of August, the menu layout of the UT website was updated.
03.08.2023
#rector elections #press-release
On Thursday, 20 April at 12:00, the 292-member electoral council will gather in the University of Tartu assembly hall to elect a rector for the university for the next five years.
17.04.2023