Students can now study a PhD in Digital Arts and Humanities (DAH) full-time across six universities including UCC. The PhD is a full-time inter-institutional inter-disciplinary structured PhD programme running over 48 months from the date of first registration for the programme, and is co-ordinated by UCC, NUI Galway, Trinity College Dublin, NUI Maynooth, Queen’s University Belfast and University of Ulster.
Digital tools offer an opportunity to ask new, often radical, questions about humanities research. The Digital Arts and Humanites PhD programme provides an opportunity for students to explore how “digital” is changing the face of the “arts and humanities”. Students on the programme will seek to discover what is it to be human in the digital age, and the answers will help to shape how we see ourselves and others in an age where humanity is becoming increasingly connected by ubiquitous technology.
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