Digital Humanities is rapidly changing the way students and scholars are approaching academia. By treating traditional sources as data, digital humanities is harnessing existing data science, computer engineering and digital media approaches to shed new light on their subjects.
Hebrew University’s inaugural Digital Humanities lab, the Law, Culture and Humanities Digital (LCHD) Lab headed by Dr. Renana Keydar aims to harness these new techniques and methods of text mining and analysis to explore the impact of testimonial narratives on ideas of justice in the legal system and broader culture.
In this HUJI Talk, Dr. Keydar talks about this extraordinary new research and its implications across the humanistic disciplines.
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