Technologies, expertise, and space that enable our community to explore and connect with the world of Digital Humanities.
Southampton Digital Humanities enables staff and students to take digital and computational approaches to the humanities teaching, research, and enterprise. Our Digital Humanities Hub provides access to technologies that enable us to start making and exploring virtual worlds, sonifying pictures, creating performances based on motion-capture technology, digitally scanning and manipulating heritage objects, immersing ourselves in data visualisations, and much more. And it provides expertise in digital humanities approaches and methods, including digital infrastructures, critical data studies, and computational analysis.
Founded in 2021 and led by James Baker, Director of Digital Humanities, we host workshops, peer learning sessions, demos, and talks.