The Centre for Digital Humanities, Cultures and Media brings together staff, students, and external partners working at the intersection of the humanities, social sciences, and technology.

With one of the largest concentrations of humanities scholars in the UK, a long tradition of innovation, and an outstanding pool of computational expertise, The University of Manchester is harnessing cutting-edge digital methods and technology to address new research challenges across the humanities and social sciences.

Our research has particular strengths in spatial humanities, digital media, humanities data visualisation, gender and sexuality, critical algorithm studies, platform studies, digital visual culture and art, and heritage digitisation.

Our undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Digital Media, Culture and Society offer interdisciplinary study in the critique and use of digital media and technology with a particular focus on their cultural and societal implications.

Optional course units and a Minor in Digital Humanities allow undergraduate students in other subjects to lead their subjects in new directions and participate in the key debates of our time.