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A common European strategy on Research Infrastructures in the Digital Humanities?

Nyhan, Julianne (26 sept. 2012)

Last week my colleague Melissa Terras organised a fascinating conference here in UCL called Showing the Arts and Humanities matter, which was the first 4Humanities conference to be held at UCL. The talk given by Ruediger Klein, European Alliance for the Social Sciences and Humanities: called " ...

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Webbs on the Web: libraries, digital humanities and collaboration

Nyhan, Julianne (18 févr. 2015)

LSE, Lunch hour dance, 1920 (http://archives.lse.ac.uk/record.aspx?src=CalmView.Catalog&id=IMAGELIBRARY%2f778) Last week a new article by Ed Fay (Executive Director, Open Preservation Foundation; formerly of LSE Library) and me was published in Library Review. The article is behind a pay wall (at ...

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hic Rhodus, hic salta: Tito Orlandi

Nyhan, Julianne (15 août 2016)

The third interview in the forthcoming book is with Tito Orlandi.  I did the interview with Orlandi in October 2014, whilst I was in Rome to attend the 'Making of the Humanities IV' conference on the History of the Humanities.  At that time my (now) elder daughter was almost 2 years old and she ...

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Podcasts from the Hidden Histories symposium and hello again

Nyhan, Julianne (24 mai 2013)

I've just returned to work after almost five months maternity leave. Needless to say, during this time my gorgeous new arrival demanded all of my attention and I didn't manage to keep up with anything research-related. Since returning to work I've been amazed by how much has happened in the DH ...

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Academic writing: my habits and rituals

Nyhan, Julianne (9 janv. 2015)

Do you look forward to academic writing or do you avoid (or even fear it)? Do you follow a particular system in order to get your writing done? Do daily writing sessions work for you? Are you of the binge-writing persuasion? Or somewhere in between? I’ve been on sabbatical over the past few months ...

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Out and open access: Computation and the Humanities

Nyhan, Julianne (11 mars 2017)

The new book by Andrew Flinn and me, entitled Computation and the Humanities: towards an Oral History of Digital Humanities is now out and freely available under an open access license. You can get an ePub / PDF of it here: http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-3-319-20170-2 This book ...

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Gender, knowledge and hierarchy: on Busa's female punch card operators

Nyhan, Julianne (3 mai 2014)

The last post described my recent research trip to the archive of Fr Roberto Busa S.J. (1913-2011), who is often identified as a pioneer of what is now known as Digital Humanities. My colleague Melissa Terras last year wrote about a copy of an archive of photos relating to Busa that we received ...

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Individuation is there in all the different strata: Burrows and Craig

Nyhan, Julianne (12 avr. 2016)

The first oral history interview included in my forthcoming book 'Computation and the Humanities: towards an oral history of Digital Humanities' was carried out with John Burrows and Hugh Craig. Because I could not get to Australia to interview them Willard McCarty was kind enough to interview them ...

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Object-based learning: teaching Digital Humanities

Nyhan, Julianne (10 juin 2014)

Specimen in Grant museum, UCL As I’m still working on a new post about pioneers I thought I’d take a slight detour to discuss object-based learning and how I’ve been integrating it into the one of the core Digital Humanities (DH) postgraduate courses that I teach in UCL. Yesterday in London’ ...

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