Research Humanities and Digital Sciences
Research at the Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences focuses on transformation processes taking place in contemporary society, related to communication and culture, and analyses the underlying moral and ethical questions.
The TSHD Graduate School offers an attractive environment, conducive to intensive contacts between junior and senior researchers, to prepare our next generation of researchers to become skilled and responsible academics.
Research areas & themes
The core of the TSHD research is centered around the fields of culture, communication, cognition/AI and philosophy, in line with the respective Departments. Although most researchers are established in one department, we encourage our staff to collaborate beyond the boundaries of the departments. Multiple TSHD researchers cooperate on topical themes such as robotics, virtual reality, digitization, online culture and communication, and health communication. This way, our researchers are enabled to tackle contemporary challenges in synergetic, interdisciplinary efforts.
We aim to inspire our researchers in transgressing the borders of their disciplines with several initiatives. In the regular TSHD lunch colloquia two colleagues from different departments address a single topic from their perspective. The annual Research Traineeships (RTS) program is set up to stimulate interdisciplinary research. In this program, members from two different departments can apply for funding to hire two research assistants (advanced students) for joint research projects that focus on a common theme.
Explore the profiles of our researchers and their research in:
News research Humanities and Digital Sciences
13:30 - 15:00
PhD Defense Ir. M.A. Conijn
The Keys to Writing: A writing analytics approach to studying writing processes using keystroke logging
14:00 - 15:00
PhD Defense D.J. Damen MA
Taking perspective in communication: Exploring what it takes to change perspectives.
16:00 - 17:00
PhD Defense J.P.W. Brouwers
De hoofddoek in de krant; Een inhoudsanalytisch onderzoek naar de berichtgeving over de islamitische hoofddoek in vijf Nederlandse dagbladen (2000-2014)
Innovative research: L2TOR
Dr. Neil CohnAssociate Professor
Dr. Franks FolkvordAssistant-professor
Prof.dr. Emiel KrahmerFull Professor
Prof.dr.ir. Boudewijn HaverkortFull Professor
Dr. Grzegorz Chrupaladr. Grzegorz Chrupala
Kristel Doreleijers and Hans-Georg EilenbergerPromovendus