The Digital Humanities can be thought of as a bridge between traditional research practices and cutting-edge paths, made possible by technology. Researchers can thus make use of new methods, practices, and tools to “make research”. Nowadays, most researchers in different branches of knowledge work with technology: the work carried out in our PhD in Digital Humanities highlights the key role of digital tools within research, and aims at creating a critical analysis of how and when a specific technological tool can be efficient and effective in the Arts and in the Humanities. 

PhD students are carrying on research projects revolving around several branches of knowledge, such as:

  • History
  • Literature
  • Linguistics
  • Didactics
  • History of Art
  • Cinema and theatre
  • Social sciences
  • Computer science