You can read a short synopsis of the #DouglassDay Transcribe-a-thon HERE on the Community Engagement Working Group’s (DARIAH VCC2 working group) blog. The event took place in UCC on the 14th of February in conjunction with the Colored Conventions Project, the Smithsonian Transcripton Centre and the National Museum of African American History and Culture. The … [Read more…]
“The Digital Word” Wednesday 20 April 2016 4 PM – 6 PM, Reception to Follow First Floor Seminar Room, Iontas Building, North Campus Maynooth University, Co. Kildare The digital word is a mutable object that slips and scrambles at our touch. This seminar offers a multidisciplinary approach that seeks to understand, chart and contribute to … [Read more…]
The call below was originally published by H-Net, Clio-online. University College Cork invites applications for the a limited number of scholarships in the four-year structured PhD programme in Digital Arts and Humanities (DAH) for entry in 2016. Candidates will pursue their individual research agendas within the program, based on projects developed from proposals which they … [Read more…]
Following the DARIAH Ireland launch in May 2015, here is a selection of photos from the event, highlighting the diverse range of speakers and research presented that day.
A variety of DH-related conferences are taking place within Ireland and beyond during the spring and summer of 2015.
The 2014 DH Awards, which highlights and celebrates Digital Humanities resources across the globe, are accepting nominations for any Digital Humanities resource in any language.
The conference, hosted by the Digital Repository of Ireland, invites submissions from academic researchers, students, cultural heritage institutions, and other preservation organizations.
DARIAH-EU (Digital Research Infrastructures for the Arts and Humanities) is conducting a web survey to determine how researchers and scholars across Europe use digital resources, methods, and tools, as well as what they need from digital infrastructures such as DARIAH. The results of the survey will help DARIAH better serve the needs of arts and … [Read more…]
A recent article in the Irish Independent suggests university graduates with degrees in arts and humanities are increasingly in demand by employers. According to Peter Cosgrove, director of an Irish-based recruitment firm, employers are looking for graduates who have strong critical thinking, teamwork and communication skills. “Employers are looking for people who can think laterally,” … [Read more…]