DHSI Atlantic, a summer school designed to introduce and demystify key concepts from the digital humanities for students and scholars at any stage of their careers, will be hosted at University College Cork this coming June – 19th – 23rd, 2023.

All of the courses offered at DHSI Atlantic are taught by internationally-recognised scholars with extensive experience in the application and instruction of DH tools and methods. Participants are welcome to enroll in any one of the courses, each of which takes place over five days. DHSI Atlantic is designed to help DH novices develop their expertise through well-planned, scaffolded workshops delivered from Monday to Friday, so our courses are not suited to participants who wish to switch between offerings each day. All workshops have a maximum enrolment, so early registration is encouraged.

Three workshops are offered: Introduction to Digital Humanities, Introduction to Stylometry, and Building Digital Editions with the TEI.

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DHSI Atlantic will also feature a keynote lecture by Prof. Ray Siemens, Distinguished Professor in English and Computer Science at the University of Victoria and former Canada Research Chair in Humanities Computing.
For more on Prof. Siemens’ keynote, see: