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- 06/09/17--02:30: _The E17 Art Trail
- 08/05/10--05:23: Wikipedia article on UCLDH
- 12/17/10--06:11: Claire Warwick on "culturomics"
- 12/27/10--14:47: Transcribe Bentham makes the New York Times
- 02/08/11--10:07: Un interview avec Claire Warwick, Directrice du Centre UCLDH
- 03/03/11--06:07: QRator is Wired
- 05/21/12--10:39: Digital Humanities on YouTube
- 05/30/12--07:26: Day of Archaeology 2012
- 01/25/13--09:27: "Big data and the death of the theorist", article in Wired
- 06/21/13--04:38: The Great Parchment Book article in the THE
- 06/09/17--02:30: The E17 Art Trail
Hot off the press: Wikipedia has an article on UCLDH now, which we hope to bulk up over time. While starting the article, we also introduced the new Digital Humanities Centers category, a short but hopefully growing directory of DH Centres represented on Wikipedia. If your institution isn’t listed, add it!
Claire Warwick gets quoted in The Guardian on a new project in which Harvard University and Google open millions of digitised books to quantitative analysis: Claire Warwick, director of the Centre for Digital Humanities at University College London, said that humanities researchers had been using the word-frequency techniques being described by Michel and Aiden for […]
UCLDH’s very own Transcribe Bentham project gets written up in the New York Times: Starting this fall, the editors have leveraged, if not the wisdom of the crowd, then at least its fingers, inviting anyone — yes, that means you — to help transcribe some of the 40,000 unpublished manuscripts from University College’s collection that […]
Corinne Welger-Barboza, rédactrice en chef de L’Observatoire Critique, une publication en ligne dédiée à l’étude des ressources numériques pour l’histoire de l’art, vient de poser quelques questions à Claire Warwick au sujet de la création du Master Digital Humanities à University College London: How do you argue the necessity of a MA degree: is it […]
Well actually it works on wireless. But we are feeling very chuffed indeed that UCLDH’s and CASA’s QRator project is featured in Wired UK today in a report on the opening of the new Grant Museum at UCL. There is also a beautiful photo gallery which includes a picture of the iPad itself in situ […]
After a talk point and a poll, the Guardian Professional Higher Education Network wants to give the subject of open access the full consideration it deserves. To coincide with Open Access Week, on Friday 21 October, from 12–2pm BST, the live chat will consider the various ways in which higher education can become – and is becoming […]
One of our PhD students, Greta Franzini, has put together this YouTube playlist of DH videos and made it available. I’ve been looking through and see there are some familiar names there! This is a good way of collecting together resources – thanks Greta. Do we have any other examples?
Posted on behalf of Lorna Richardson. Following on from the success of 2011, we are happy to announce that this year’s ‘Day of Archaeology’, the public archaeology mass blogging project, is scheduled for *June 29, 2012*. Last year’s event, supported by the Centre for Digital Humanities, the Portable Antiquities Scheme, the Archaeology Data Service and […]
UCLDH co-director Melissa Terras is quoted in an article on the effect big data is having on academic disciplines. Read the whole article here: http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2013-01/25/big-data-end-of-theory
Melissa Terras, UCLDH Director, talks to the THE about the work being done at UCL to create a digital version of the fire-damaged Great Parchment Book.
A paper describing the infrastructure of the Digital Music Lab framework has been published in the ACM Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH). The paper is available to download from UCL Discovery. The project also got a write-up in Motherboard Digital Music Lab is an AHRC project aiming to to develop research methods and […]
Two UCLDH related events are picked out in local press coverage as highlights of the E17 Art Trail, 3 – 18 June 2017: ‘Painting with Light’ (9th June) is being delivered by Martin Zaltz Austwick and me, together with friends from CASA and Geography. In this workshop we will produce a series of images floating […]