Digital Humanities and Public Culture

If you are interested in graduate studies in digital humanities and public culture, you will want to learn from the best in Australia and immerse yourself in the national cultural scene.


Graduate coursework programs offered

Digital Humanities students gain valuable experience of working as a team to develop large-scale projects along with the ability to carry out independent research. You will draw on the skills and knowledge of experts in the many disciplines of the Research School of Humanities and the Arts, including Archaeology, Anthropology, Literature, Linguistics, Art History, and Design. You are given support to pursue collaborative opportunities with the ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science and to develop connections with the important cultural and collecting institutions located in Canberra and further afield.

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