We have a thriving community of PhD students and are actively looking to recruit more. PhD students can be based in any department within the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences or the School of Computing & Communications, they are frequently inter-disciplinary and have supervisors from more than one department. Many also involve working with the very large collection of digital resources that we have available. For more information please contact Ian Gregory or any member of the DH group.
Lancaster has a Digital Humanities Pathway as part of our MA in History and we have plans to expand this further. More information and contact details are given on the MA in History website, or contact Ian Gregory.
We offer short courses as part of the Lancaster Summer Schools series. These are held in Lancaster every July. Staff also contribute to a range of other summer schools including the Digital Humanities Summer Institute in Victoria, Canada in June.
We also run a range of shorter workshops for people who think they might be interested in certain approaches or methods. Please check back for information about future events.