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DH@lboro is an interdisciplinary, cross-school research group in the digital humanities led by the School of Social Sciences and Humanities.

Bringing together colleagues working in English, Linguistics, Publishing, Drama, Fine Arts, Graphic Communication and Design, History, Social Science, Business and Economics, Computer Science and the Library, the group provides a regular forum for discussion and knowledge exchange on all aspects of digital humanities, digital media and digital environments.

DH@lboro considers the pervasiveness of the digital in contemporary culture and society and the phenomenology of our interaction with the digital in the arts, visual culture, communication, cultural heritage, and literary studies. Its mission is to study these digital ecologies and foster the development of new digital models and tools.