The Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities organizes seasonal cycles of seminars on various topics. The first talk, held by visiting scholar Alberto Campagnolo, will focus on the development of methodologies to describe the historical bookbindings
The Department of Humanities offers a range of courses in the fields of History, Archaeology and History of Art, Classics, Mediaeval Latin, Romance and Byzantine Studies, Italian Studies, Linguistics, History of Religion and Geography, and in addition double or joint bachelor and master degrees with leading international universities.
The Department of Humanities has been selected by the Italian Ministry of Education (MIUR) as one of the 180 best Italian departments 2018-2022 for the quality of its research (VQR). The grant will contribute to develop interdisciplinary projects in the Digital and Public Humanities, through the creation of a new Center for Digital Research in the Humanities.
The Summer School wil be held in English from 6th to 10th July 2020. The Call for Applications is on-line, the deadline is 6th March 2020.