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Welcome to Digital Humanities at Nipissing University

Please join us for a presentation
by this year’s fourth-year project students.

“Thomas Hardy’s Patterns in the Great Web”

Tuesday, April 1st, 2:00 - 3:15 p.m., Room A122

Nipissing University offers a certificate in Digital Humanities, allowing students to study and gain expertise in understanding our digital world. Study combines theoretical, analytical, and hands-on approaches.

At Nipissing University, the Digital Humanities courses investigate how traditional humanities questions can be explored using digital tools and methodologies. They also call into question how digital technology is having a transformational impact upon our communication, our society, and our selves.

The topics covered by Digital Humanities at Nipissing University include:

Please see the list of recent courses for more information about some of the topics in which students and teachers engage.