Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School

The Summer School offers training to anyone with an interest in the Digital Humanities and related fields, including academics at all career stages, students, project managers, and people who work in IT, libraries, cultural heritage, publishing and other industries. When: 2nd –6th July Where: Keble College, Oxford. You will follow one of eight parallel workshop strands… Read More

Exploring Ephemeral Archives Through Interfaces:

A presentation and open house event run by Bridget Moynihan, English Literature PhD Candidate (Edinburgh) based on research undertaken in collaboration with Jonathan Armoza, English Literature PhD Candidate (NYU), and Dr. Anouk Lang, English Literature (Edinburgh) will take place on 11th April. The presentation from 13:00-13:30 will provide context for our research through design process for the scrapbooks… Read More

Workshop: How Political is the Digital?

Friday 24th of November, 13:00-16:30 Cuillin Room, Charles Stuart House, Chambers Street For more information and to book please email the organiser: Andreas.Hackl@ed.ac.uk The social sciences of the digital are a fast growing field of critical inquiry into contemporary social, economic and political life. This workshop is intended to contribute to the ongoing efforts that create… Read More

New Chair of Digital Cultural Heritage

Melissa Terras

Professor Melissa Terras, who takes up the new Chair of Digital Cultural Heritage in October, joins from UCL where she has been Director of UCL Centre for Digital Humanities since 2011. She is also Professor of Digital Humanities in UCL’s Department of Information Studies, and Vice Dean of Research in UCL’s Faculty of Arts and… Read More