We offer weekly Walk-in Hours every Wednesday from 14:00 to 15:00 hrs in the Living Lab Digital Humanities, located in the University Library City Centre. During these hours, you are welcome to ask face-to-face advice about all kinds of questions related to research data and/or digital humanities software, Python and R. A scientific developer from the Digital Humanities Lab, a member from Research Data Management (RDM) Support and a DH specialist of the University Library will be present to answer your questions. The Walk-in Hours are open to all staff members and students within the Faculty of Humanities or other UU affiliates with questions related to digital humanities.
Digital Humanities Lab
Do you need a specific digital tool for your research? Do you have a technical question or do you need someone to review your code? The Digital Humanities Lab (DH Lab) builds tailor-made applications for humanities researchers and teachers and provides advice about what might be the best ICT-solution to your research problem.
The Lab offers free no-obligation consultations for researchers from all disciplines in the Faculty of Humanities at Utrecht University. Other interested parties with a clear humanities link are welcome to consult as well. Find more information on the DHLab website. Please contact the DHLab to set up an online meeting through email: email@example.com.
Ask our affiliated members
Our six affiliated members and director come from the four humanities departments at Utrecht University and each has their own expertise in the field of digital humanities. They are available to answer your questions. Click below for extensive bios and the contact information of each affiliated member.
History and Art History
Pim Huijnen – Assistant professor Cultural History
– Quantitative text analysis
– Digital conceptual history
– Datafication in history
Languages, Literature and Communication
Manuela Pinto – Assistant professor Italian language and culture
– Second language acquisition
– Community based research
– Knowledge dissemination
Hugo Quené – Professor quantitative methods in humanities
– Quantitative methods
– Speech production and perception
– Statistical modeling
Jeroen Salman – Assistant professor literary studies
– Bookhistorical data analysis
– European research infrastructures
– Computer vision
Media and Culture Studies
Karin van Es – Assistant professor media & culture
– Critical data studies
– E.g. embedded norms and values of algorithmic systems
Jasmijn van Gorp – Assistant professor media & culture
– Audiovisual data
– Digital television archives
– Research infrastructures
Philosophy and Religious Studies
Dominik Klein – Assistant professor theoretical philosophy
– Formal philosophy
– Agent based simulations in philosophy
Do you have a different question or are you not sure whom to turn to?
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