The Canadian Society of digital humanities began in the year 1986 as the Consortium for Computers in the Humanities which is a Canada-wide association having delegates from the Canadian Universities and Colleges. It is also termed as SCHN (Society for Digital Humanities Numeriques) and was formerly known as COCH/COSH. The theme of the society is to bring the humanists who are working with digital, computer-assisted research, creation and teaching. The society cherishes the work in the digital humanities in Canada’s official languages and interaction of champions between the communities of Anglophone and francophone of Canada’s. the CSHN acts as an lobbing force to local, national and international research, advisory and research-funding bodies , etc.
The Canadian Federation for the Humanities and social sciences organize the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities every year.Read More»