The Humanities Laboratory is a research infrastructure as defined by the Research Council (the Research Council's Guide to Infrastructure, 2007), i.e. this research infrastructure
a) is of broad national and international importance;
b) is a base for world-leading research;
c) is used by a number of users with highly advanced research;
d) is a larger unit than a single research group can build and maintain;
e) has a long-term plan for the scientific goals, costs and usage;
f) is an open and accessible unit, with a plan for increased availability to the infrastructure, to collected data and to results.
The Humanities Laboratory sorts under the Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology. The Faculties have a wide range of education and research dealing with mankind and culture, e.g. cultural encounters, language, history, ethics, religion, philosophy, art history, musicology, literature and other elements that constitute and define culture. For more information, please visit the Faculties website: The Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology (New window).