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Digital Humanities: Challenges and Opportunities
We invite you to attend our first discussion event to celebrate the establishment of the University of Reading’s Digital Humanities Hub.
Online (MS Teams): Link to join the Teams meeting on the day here.
Come along if you would like to:
- Learn about what Digital Humanities (DH) is and what it can do for your research
- Be inspired to do something new, or to seek out new collaborators, or to consider your previous or current work as DH
- Be introduced to the debate on best practice for digital research, and why it’s important to your discipline even if you do not currently use digital tools yourself
Introduction: Digital Humanities work at UoR
Keynote – Pip Willcox
Panel discussion on the challenges and opportunities presented by digital research in arts & humanities disciplines, featuring a variety of perspectives from UoR colleagues:
- Pete Bray – Research Fellow in Material Science, Department of Archaeology
- Jenny Chamarette – Senior Research Fellow in Art and Co-I, ‘The Legacies of Stephen Dwoskin’s Personal Cinema’
- Rhi Smith (Museums Studies Twitter) – Director of Academic Learning & Engagement, UMASCS (University Museums, Archives & Special Collections Services) and Director of Museums Studies courses
- Nicola Wilson – Associate Professor of Book Cultures & Publishing and PI, ‘Modernist Archives Publishing Project’
All researchers, staff and PGRs from all subjects are most welcome.
About the Digital Humanities Hub
The Digital Humanities Hub supports researchers to enhance the quality and innovation of their research through engagement with digital tools and methodologies.
We can help you to find out how you might be able to apply digital approaches to areas of your research, build knowledge, skills and community, access training and networks, organise workshops or presentations on digital themes relating to your department or research project, develop research proposals and applications, undertake a research project and secure its legacy.
Consider also joining our Community of Practice, a friendly space for researchers to collaborate, share ideas and skills, and discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by Digital Humanities as a field.
If you have any questions, please contact the Hub team on firstname.lastname@example.org