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Doctoral school

Se former aux outils numériques pour la recherche : Les formations de la CUSO

La Conférence des universités de suisse occidentale (CUSO) propose plusieurs programmes de formation doctorale, dont un programme ciblé sur les questions numériques comme statistiques, visualisation de données, text mining, analyse d’images en quantité, analyses de réseaux, récupération de données en ligne, édition numérique de textes, linguistique computationnelle ; formation aux langages de programmation (R, Python).


Tous les doctorant·e·s des Universités de la CUSO (Fribourg, Genève, Lausanne, Neuchâtel, et Graduate Institute de Genève) peuvent suivre ces formations, avec prise en charge de leurs éventuels frais de déplacement lorsque la formation a lieu dans une ville différente de celle de leur université.

Les prochaines activités :

1. Introduction aux Sound Studies / Introduction to Sound Studies

Organisée par : Loïc Riom et Basile Zimmermann

Date : 2 et 3 novembre 2023

Lieu : UNIGE

2. Méthodes numériques et qualitatives : quand le Smartphone permet d'accéder à l'urbain /Digital and qualitative methods : when the Smartphone allow accessing urban environments

Organisée par : Tommaso Venturini et Marianna Colella

Date : 14 novembre

Lieu : UNIGE

3. Humanités numériques et éditions de textes littéraires et historiques

Organisation : Elina Leblanc et Constance Carta

Date: 14 et 15 décembre 2023​


Lire plus sur la CUSO et ses activités ici

Personne de contact: Béatrice Joyeux-Prunnel (UNIGE)

Digital Methods in the Humanities, UNIL, 2023

The summer school on “Digital Methods in the Humanities” is organised at UNIL on 12-15 June 2025. 

It aims at introducing undergraduate and postgraduate/researchers to a range of digital methods that are currently applied in the humanities and social sciences.

Data will be viewed from different (but inextricably interconnected) perspectives, notably (a) preparation and architecture/infrastructure, (b) data treatment/analysis, and (c) societal impact and outreach. In the course of the summer school, all of these aspects will be paid attention to, both with regard to application and critical assessment.

This will be done in the form of lectures with Q&A and hands-on work in interactive workshops.

Person of contact: Anita Auer (UNIL)

Workshops and courses

DaSCHCon 2023.2 on IIIF, 3D & Interoperability

The second DaSCHCon of 2023 that will take place on Wednesday 25 October 2023 in Basel and which will be devoted to the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) and three-dimensional (3D) data.

During the first part of the event, in the morning, there will be an introduction to IIIF, on the ongoing work of the IIIF community regarding the further development of a conceptual framework, which can complement and extend existing IIIF specifications for 3D objects as well as the development of IIIF and 3D at DaSCH and at the University of Basel’s Digital Humanities Lab. The early afternoon is followed by short presentations of what is being done in other organizations. The third and last part of the event will be conducted in a workshop format.

Person of contact: Rita Gautschy (DaSCH)

DaSCH Workshop UNIBE 2022

The DaSCH workshop in Bern in 2022 gave the participants an insight into the current state of the tools and the goals of DaSCH. The workshop was divided into two parts: In the morning, participants were informed about the vision, goals and current projects of DaSCH. In the afternoon two experts introduced DSP, the new platform of DaSCH.

The participants thus received a theoretical and practical introduction to the tools of the Swiss National Data and Service Center for the Humanities (DaSCH).

Person of contact: Rita Gautschy (DaSCH)

DaSCH Workshop UZH 2023

The DaSCH workshop in Zurich in 2023 provided an overview of the function of DaSCH in questions of long-term archiving, open access and interoperability of qualitative research data in the humanities. In the subsequent workshop, the long-term archiving of text and image data in DaSCH was demonstrated using specific examples, and the support and services offered to researchers at UZH and DaSCH presented.

Person of contact: Rita Gautschy (DaSCH)

DaSCHCon 2023.1 on Digital Editions and Interoperability

The first DaSCHCon in 2023 in Bern was devoted to capturing the needs of digital editions with a focus on technical developments. During the first part of the event information about developments inside and connected with DaSCH was provided. The second part of the event was conducted in a workshop format based on submissions of edition projects.

Person of contact: Rita Gautschy (DaSCH)

Multimodal Literacies course

The course on Multimodal Literacies was built by Claire Clivaz and Martial Sankar within the Erasmus+ #dariahTeach (2015-2017). This is a this two-year strategic partnership Erasmus+ has built a complete DH courses platform, then extended by DARIAH Teach.

Person of contact: Claire Clivaz (SIB)

DH Education Programmes

University of Basel

The Digital Humanities programme at UNIBAS is managed at the Digital Humanities Lab, which was founded in 1924 as “Abteilung für Wissenschaftliche Photographie”.  It offers a Master's programme and a Doctorate in Digital Humanities. The main foci are digital editing, corpus building and virtual research environments, computational photography and imaging.

Read more here.

University of Bern

The Digital Humanities programme at UNIBE started in 2013 at the Walter Benjamin Kolleg. It offers a selection of courses targeted at scholars of all levels, from undergraduates to post-doctoral researchers. Examples are Introductions to Digital Humanitiesthe MA in Digital Humanities and the Doctoral programme.

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University of Geneva

The Digital Humanities programme at UNIGE was launched in 2019. It offers BA and MA programmes, an Advanced Studies Certificate and a series of conferences. The teaching is given in French. 

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University of Lausanne

The Digital Humanities programme at UNIL offers MA and doctoral pogrammes. The MA programme in Digital Humanities is offered jointly by the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences and Faculty of Theology and Sciences of Religions. The doctoral programme in Digital Studies provides doctoral students at UNIL – and the many Swiss universities that are partners in the program – with a space for reflection and sharing on the challenges of digital cultures, societies and humanities.

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University of Neuchâtel

The Digital Humanities programme at UNINE offers BA and MA programmes, with a focus on litterature, history and social phenomena.

Two new programmes are launched in autumn 2023:

Digital Humanities, BA Programme 

Heritage and Digital Humanities, MA Programme 

Read more here.

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