At Exeter, we integrate digital methods and practices into the heart of our Humanities research. We are fascinated by the interdisciplinary opportunities and diverse new fields of study opened up by digital research, and we host an expanding range of projects in this specialism.
Above all, the Digital Humanities opens up new areas of study, and ensures that the scholarship that underpins all Humanities research and teaching is more accessible, more efficient, and more widely understood than ever before.
With a £1.2m investment to create a lab and research space the Digital Humanities enrich both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research.
We utilise different methods, technologies and sustainable practices to further our research goals.
Working with a wide range of organisations, businesses and institutions we integrate digital methods into much of our research.
We provide training around digital methods and data management alongside a series of talks by guest speakers.
Our dedicated Digital Humanities team work alongside academic staff to deliver engaging and rigorous research outputs.