Hear speakers from a range of Digital Humanities projects such as Letters of 1916 and Contested Memories: The Battle of Mount Street Bridge talk about their experiences in DH.
Lecturers from modules on the programme will be happy to talk about teaching methods, module expectations and suchlike on the day – follow us @DHForasFeasa for updates. Or contact email@example.com to talk more about the programme.
There are two AFF Taught Masters Bursaries available for the MA in Digital Humanities 2015-16: find out more about these here.
What students have to to say about the MA in Digital Humanities at MU:
“It sounds very technical and yes, it can be, but the friendly staff at An Foras Feasa (the first floor of the Iontas building) are accommodating and provide all the training and digital tools you need to work with. Nor does one need a history background, digital humanities is just that; studying humanities digitally. One can research digital literature, digital archaeology, digital feminism and much more. My advice is to consider the world that we will graduate into: a digital world, one that demands computer literacy and more. This course gave me those skills despite having never studied computer science before. The course is whatever you want it to be, as technical as you desire. You will emerge with desirable skills; I learned Java in three weeks at the start of college year – something I’d always wanted to do but never been able to; this Masters program made it happen. In brief, if you’re considering applying for a masters, give Digital Humanities in Maynooth a thought when you do.” (Neale Rooney, MA Class Rep. 2014).
Open Day Schedule will be posted shortly – all talks will take place in Room 1.37 on the first floor of the Iontas Building, North Campus
Campus building and carpark maps can be accessed here.