The project coordinated by Professor Marina Bondi for the Department of Studies on Language and Culture promotes four editions (2019 – 2022) of a Summer School aimed at providing PhD students and young researchers with methodological tools for the study of digital communication and data analysis. Topics range from digital resources for research in the humanities to the use of new information technologies for data analysis, tools for analysing communication in new media and ways of disseminating knowledge through new ways of processing and accessing knowledge.

The Project has allowed the PhD programme in Human Sciences to develop a new curriculum in “Digital Humanities and Digital Communication”. PhD students and young researchers are taking part in the new activities of the Department. The Summer Schools will be an important opportunity to gain new insights and welcome new and innovative research led by international experts from various disciplines.