The safety and wellbeing of our staff, students and visitors is our highest priority. To help keep everyone safe during the COVID-19 outbreak, we have moved teaching online, closed non-essential facilities and cancelled or postponed on-campus events. For the latest updates, visit our coronavirus information page.
Digital Humanities has become a field-changing set of methods across disciplines such as archaeology, history, languages, literature, and music. 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 methodologies and tools to address new research challenges. Our Minor in Digital Humanities prepares students to lead their subjects in new directions and participate in the key debates of the future.
We provide training, connections and bespoke support to enable the development of digital research in the humanities.
DH@Manchester is building on our rich heritage as the birthplace of modern computing.
We hold our innovative networking and development project workshop every semester.