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Digital Humanities at Loyola University Chicago
Visit the Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities
The Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities (CTSDH) is a collaborative multidisciplinary research center in the College of Arts and Sciences. It supports research across the humanities, as well as in the arts, communication, computer science, social sciences, and University Libraries. In addition to supporting research projects, the CTSDH sponsors conferences, lectures, and workshops, and offers undergraduate and graduate students the chance to work with faculty on advanced research, and to take courses in and pursue research of their own in the interdisciplinary areas of textual studies and digital humanities.
Assistant Director and Graduate Program Director CTSDH; Instructor in Digital Humanities and English
Director CTSDH; Associate Professor of Public History and New Media, History Department
CTSDH Affiliated Faculty
Digital Projects at Loyola University Chicago
MA in Digital Humanities
The Digital Humanities MA program at Loyola University CTSDH offers training in the practice and critical study of the intersections between the humanities and computational sciences. Our interdisciplinary program offers rigorous hands-on training in digital research projects within a theoretical framework that explores the critical, social, and ethical contexts for thinking about Digital Humanities research and applications.
MA in DH Curriculum
Loyola's M.A. in Digital Humanities is a 30-hour program, for both full-time and part-time students (full time enrollment requires a minimum of 9 hours/semester), with two converging tracks, one track designed for students with a background in computer science and one track designed for students with a background in the humanities or other fields.
Loyola’s CTSDH has been a pioneer and innovator in Textual Studies and Digital Humanities education, establishing one of the nation’s first graduate-level programs in 2011.
Since its inception, the CTSDH’s graduate program has trained a number of professionals pursuing careers in such diverse fields as archives and libraries, software development , and corporate positions. Others have gone on to prestigious doctoral programs. The CTSDH’s graduate program trains students broadly The CTSDH’s curriculum is innovative for balancing theory and practice, teaching the best professional standards while preparing students for employment in multiple areas of digital humanities practice. The CTSDH promotes an inclusive environment for textual studies and digital humanities training.