This site provides a guide to upcoming events and opportunities in digital scholarship for the College of Humanities and Social Science.

Digital scholarship concerns academic work in interaction with the digital. It can be about using computational methods for research with large data sets, or about the building of digital collections and archives. It can encompass equally the possibilities for rich visualisation of research data, and the practices of new, online ways of teaching. It is concerned with digital publishing and how scholarship might move beyond text and into image, sound, linkage and video. It embraces research methods for digital cultures, movements and societies, and the new ways in which academics and academic work are made visible. It is about the digital both as a field of study and a method.

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Mailing list

The College maintains a mailing list for facilitating communication of our various digital scholarship initiatives. This includes events, funding calls and announcements:

 

Image credit: Detail from Stefanie Posavec, Data Walk: BBC Broadcasting House. Used by kind permission of Daniel Jones, Frank Swain and the Phantom Terrains project.