Welcome to the CIPSH Chair on Digital Humanities in Education

The CIPSH Chair on Digital Humanities in Education is managed by the Centre for English, Translation and Anglo-Portuguese Studies (CETAPS), a research unit at the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences (NOVA FCSH), of the NOVA University of Lisbon, and The Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto. The Open University of Portugal is also a leading partner of the Chair.

The CIPSH coordinates the international works and researches carried out by a huge constellation of centres and networks of scholars. It favours the exchange of knowledge among faraway scholars and fosters the international circulation of scholars, in order to improve the communication among specialists from different disciplines, enforce a better knowledge of cultures and of the different social, individual and collective behaviours and bring to the fore the richness of each culture and their fruitful diversity.

The International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies was founded on the 18th of January, 1949, in Brussels, at the request of UNESCO and under its auspices, following a meeting organized by the Union Académique Internationale to bring together representatives of nongovernmental organizations. From January 1, 2011, it adopted the designation “International Council for Philosophy and Human Sciences”.

Upcoming events

Digital Core Projects

Digital Lab

The CETAPS Digital Lab is a centre dedicated to the implementation, study and sharing of digital tools and resources that can help researchers and the community in general in a variety of ways. We are also developing projects in the most different strands of the Digital Humanities and we are always opened to new ideas, projects and collaborations.

Digital Humanities Lab

DH_Lab’s mission is to provide an interdisciplinary space where knowledge in the Arts and Humanities converge with methodologies from the Computational Sciences. The Lab’s team will focus on training and skill building and supporting researchers; leading and collaborating in research projects. Other activities include organizing scientific events and pursuing national and international collaborative projects.