A central part of our mission is to support researchers, teachers and students at the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Gothenburg, who are in need of information and support regarding digital methods, data materials and software. As part of our research support, GRIDH continuously develops various tools for digital analysis and making research available at the University of Gothenburg. Feel free to contact us if you need help within the framework of your ongoing research or if you have an idea for a future project.
Resource Portal for Digital Humanities
The Resource portal is the gateway to our ongoing research projects and resources. In the near future, there will also be an open access repository with standalone datasets from a number of our research projects.
We support researchers, teachers and students at the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Gothenburg, who are in need of information and support regarding digital methods, data materials and software. Find the expert to support your research
We offer in-house education to researchers, teachers and students, at the University of Gothenburg through training courses on issues such as digital text analysis, programming for humanists and GIS (geographical information systems). Please contact us if you have suggestions for any further courses you would like us to be able to provide.
We are constantly working initiating and developing new research projects and we can assist on preparing research project applications as well as assist with digital expertise and staff working on funded research projects. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org well in advance before the application is due, preferably 6-8 weeks before and attach a brief description of your idea / project. You do not need to have a finished digital research project idea as we will help you develop it.
A central part of our mission is to support researchers, teachers and students at the Faculty of Humanities who are in need of information and support regarding digital methods, computer materials and software. Please contact us if you need help with your ongoing research or if you have an idea for a future project.
We provide information on ongoing research and activities in the digital humanities through a variety of seminars and other public activities. The DH seminar is an open seminar series on digitalization and the humanities, with regular meetings one or a two Friday afternoons a month. We are very happy to cooperate with other institutions and actors – please contact us if you have ideas about topics to adress or speakers to invite.
Presentations of digital tools. A few Fridays every semester, we will present and demonstrate new digital tools and resources. The demonstrations take place from 3.15 PM to 4.00 PM, followed by mingle with snacks. The number of participants is limited, therefore we kindly ask you to register for each event. For those who can not participate on site, it is possible to follow the event via Zoom.
Several of our seminars are recorded and published here on our website. You can watch our recorded seminars by following this link.
Workshops and conferences
We arrange national and international workshops and conferences, and we are happy to collaborate with other institutions and actors both inside and outside of the university and at other institutions in Sweden and abroad – please contact us if you have any ideas about relevant topics or guests.
GRIDH resides in a seminar room equipped for hybrid meetings, as well as a laboratory. The laboratory is run in collaboration with SHFA and ArkLab and provides equipment for three-dimensional digitization of environments, analysis of point clouds, Virtual and Augmented Reality development, 3D printing and scanning of board works. The laboratory also has a number of stations with powerful calculators for photogrammetric calculations, as well as for access to the Royal Library's collections.
You will find us at Renströmsgatan 6 in Gothenburg, Sweden. If you wish to book our seminar room for a meeting, workshop or similar academic events, please contact Katarina Wignell. Do not forget to state the desired date and time, purpose of meeting, and number of participants.