University of Gothenburg
Reconstruction of Ivar Arosenius home in Älvängen.
Reconstruction of Ivar Arosenius home in Älvängen.
Photo: Jonathan Westin

Our research

Researchers and research engineers working at the Centre for Digital Humanities have a background in various subjects such as literature, science and technology studies (STS), film studies, media history, cultural conservation, archaeology, data science, geographic information systems, natural language processing, language technology, AI, machine learning, and 2D / 3D data visualizations. Additionally, a number of researchers in other disciplines and research areas are connected to CDH through external research projects and various forms of collaboration. The main activities of CDH can be categorized into three overarching research areas - which partly overlap: digital text analysis, data visualization and data publishing, and studies of digital knowledge production.

Are you interested in a collaboration?

We are interested in collaborating on research projects and project applications. We are very keen to be involved early help formulate and conceptualize digital elements of research projects early on, preferably from the beginning. If you are interested in possible collaborations, you are most welcome to contact us early with an interest request, preferably at least two months before the project deadline.

Resource Portal for Digital Humanities

Our resource portal for digital humanities is the gateway to our ongoing research projects and resources. In short, there will also be a repository with open access to standalone datasets from a number of our research projects.