Digital Humanities 2021 Summer Schools

We forward information on available 2021 summer schools dealing with Digital Humanities in Leipzig, Leiden, Groeningen and Oxford. Happenings will mostly take place on-line and on-line participation will be available for all schools.

  • University of Leipzig, 11th European Summer University in Digital Humanities

August 3rd to 13th, Leipzig (on-line modality will be provided for those who can’t reach the location due to Coronavirus restriction).

Deadline for applications via ConfTool (application form): May 15th.

Check out here the important dates; all humanists interested in attending can subscribe to the ESU mailing list to receive further details on lectures and the summer school’s programme.

  • Leiden University, Literature and the Digital Humanities

May 31st to June 2nd, on-line.

Organised with the support of the Netherlands Research School for Literary Studies (OSL), this summer school will address recent academic research in Literary Studies, with the aim of make participants more aware of digital tools that may be useful in handling a corpus. The summer school is primarily intended for ESR (pre- and post-doc). Here the confirmed speakers.

For more information and applications, please contact Dr. Carmen van den Bergh through


  • University of Groningen, Methodology in the History of Philosophy

July 5th to 9th, on-line.

This summer school is conceived to provide an outline of different approaches to the study of the history of philosophy, facing the opportunities offered by Digital Humanities and the current methodological challenges.

Deadline for attending applications: June 1st. For confirmed speakers and further details, click here.



  • University of Oxford, Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School

July 12th to 15th, on-line.

This summer school is run by the Humanities division and Oxford e-Research Centre and offers a chance of training to scholars interested in the Digital Humanities (academics at all career stages, students, project managers, and people who work in IT, libraries, and cultural heritage). Lectures will range from introductions to digital tools and TEI to classes of data analysis and Python programming.

Information available here. Join the mailing list for updates on registrations opening, costs and speakers.

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