A two-year program focusing on the study of digital technologies and their effect on aspects of human culture, with an emphasis on digital methods and trends and practices in digital culture.
The MA in Digital Humanities and Societies is a two-year program that allows participants to study the Middle East’s digital cultures from a scholarly and applied perspective.
Through the program, students are able to specialize as archival print scholars of Middle Eastern digital culture or as researchers trained to employ the powerful methodologies of the digital humanities to investigate practices, patterns and trends of digital culture.
The MA in Digital Humanities and Societies program welcomes applicants with an interest in digital cultures and digital humanities, including students who have recently graduated from an undergraduate program, entrepreneurs, project managers, and working specialists in IT, public relations, communications, libraries, media and cultural heritage backgrounds.
Ours is a unique program due to its cultural and regional focus, structure, and content. It is also the first program in the region to offer a multidisciplinary approach by exploring the links between arts, anthropology, sociology, media, communication, and urbanism, that all govern modern social interactions."