Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities can be defined as  “an academic field concerned with the application of computational tools and methods to traditional humanities disciplines such as literature, history, and philosophy.” It was this discipline in which I decided to do a three year degree in after completing two PLC courses in College of Commerce. 

Final Year

During my final year of my degree, we covered a variety of topics including  Audio and Sound Engineering, Digital Content Management, Digital Curation, Future and Emerging Technology Research Methods, Romantic Literature. It was also during this year in which I completed my Final Year Project. 

Destroying and Creating the Libraries of the Future

Digital Humanities in a Global Context

User Design Portfolio

Final Year Project: Examining the Role of Women in the Horror Genre

Second Year

In the second year of the degree, we began to explore more of the theories we had learned about in the first year. We also learned how to put what we were learning into practice by doing various assignments with real world consequences. 

Critical review of Twitter as a communication tool

How does digital dissemination impact participation in civil society is performed in public?

Taking a Trip to Nano Nagle Place

The Impact of Open Source Software on Data Visualisation

What does Feminism have to do with Digital Humanities

What is an Edition?


Data Visualisation of Rape Culture in Ireland

Transcribing in Honour of Frederick Douglass

First Year

The first year was laying the groundwork for what was to come during the three year degree. This year also introduced us to the world of Digital Humanities and the ability to ‘speak nerd’

Social Media, Millennials and the American Election

A Fangirl’s VR Presentation

Digital Tool Review: Dragon Dictation

How to be an Actual Armchair Activist with Digital Mapping