Today is the 200th birthday of Frederick Douglass, and DARIAH Ireland have sponsored a Transcribe-a-thon of the Freedmen’s Bureau Papers. The event will take place simultaneously with over 40 institutions around the world. Click HERE to access a range of useful resources for those of you who would like to join us later today. The … [Read more…]
New Perspectives: Postgraduate Symposium for the Humanities (NPPSH) is a new, annual research symposium, hosted in 2016 by Maynooth University, that will bring together postgraduate students from across Ireland to share, discuss, and explore the ways in which we are rethinking and re-examining humanities research. Designed and organised by postgraduate students, for postgraduate students, our … [Read more…]
The EADH brings together, and represents, the Digital Humanities in Europe. It includes the entire spectrum of disciplines that research, develop, and apply digital methods and technologies to the study of art, history, language, literature, music, archeology, etc. But what is the current situation of the field in Europe? And is it possible to document … [Read more…]
The launch of CENDARI will take place in Berlin, Germany on 14 January 2016. A highlight of the day will be demonstrations of the Virtual Research Environment, a powerful new tool for digital historical research which has been developed over 4 years of collaboration between humanists, cultural heritage institutions and technical experts. Please join (virtually!) … [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…]
Transatlantic program for collaborative work in the field of digital humanities – Call 2016 Deadline : 16 May 2016 The FMSH is pleased to publish the third call of its grant program in digital humanities. Thanks to a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, FMSH will co-finance transatlantic collaborative projects in the field of … [Read more…]
Researchers at Maynooth University and Trinity College Dublin, in conjunction with the Humanities Virtual Worlds Consortium and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, have developed a virtual world to allow researchers and members of the public a novel way to understand this seminal battle which took place during the 1916 Rising. Contested Memories: The Battle of … [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.
If you were unable to attend the DARIAH-IE launch, read through the many tweets published throughout the day to get a glimpse of the knowledge shared by participants.
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.