Collaborators

Uppsala University Library provides information resources for research, teaching and learning at the University. 

Gustavianum, Uppsala University Museum, cares for the University’s collections of archaeological objects, art, coins, historic scientific instruments, and much more. 

The Uppsala Informatics and Media Hub for Digital Existence at Uppsala University offers a human sciences’ approach to digitalization and automation.

The Uppsala Computational Literary Studies Group (UCOL) is a research group focused on deploying and developing computational methods for the investigation of Swedish literature and its contexts.

Forum for Medical Humanities is an initiative of the disciplinary domains of the humanities, social sciences, medicine, and pharmacy at Uppsala University. 

Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis (CESTA) at Stanford is an internationally-renowned research Center in the digital humanities that applies digital tools and methods to create new knowledge in interdisciplinary humanistic inquiry.

Kings Digital Humanities and Digital Humanities Lab is a global leader in researching digital culture and society, and in exploring the use of advanced technology-related methods in humanities research.

The Digital Archaeology Laboratory (Darklab), at Lund University is a research group focused on the development of projects aimed at surveying and analyzing archaeological sites by means of 3D combined technologies.

The Humanities Lab at Lund University is an interdisciplinary department for research technology and training at the Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology. 

Humlab at Umeå University is a unit and a research infrastructure at the Faculty of Arts. Humlab's mission is to initiate, inspire and develop the interaction between traditional humanities, culture and information technology in research, postgraduate education and teaching.

Digital Humanities in the Nordic countries (DHN), an associated organization to EADH, has been formed to strengthen research, education and communication in the field of Digital Humanities.

The Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH) aims to enhance and support digitally-enabled research and teaching across the arts and humanities. DARIAH is a network of people, expertise, information, knowledge, content, methods, tools and technologies from its member countries. It develops, maintains and operates an infrastructure in support of ICT-based research practices and sustains researchers in using them to build, analyse and interpret digital resources

Last modified: 2021-03-30