Digital Humanities Research ClusterPart of the NTU College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
Digital Humanities projects at NTU focus on the exploration and use of digital tools and technology to explore humanistic questions and approaches. They include the larger spectrum of the humanities, including not only its traditional disciplines (e.g. languages and literature, philosophy, law, history) but also anthropology, heritage studies, museum studies, and performing and visual arts. They also include theoretical engagements from Philosophy, Science and Technology Studies, Literature and elsewhere which may not use digital tools, but engage the transformations of human culture enacted by digital technology. In this vein, scholars of User Experience (UX) and machine-human interaction also contribute to this growing conversation from Computer Science, and the School of Communication and Engineering. Together, we are the Digital Humanities Research Cluster at NTU.
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