UCL Centre for Digital Humanities logo

UCLDH Blog

We turn five!

Mon, 23 Mar 2015 13:37:08 +0000

Five years ago, we were in the final run up to the official launch of UCL Centre for Digital Humanities, at an event that happened in May 2010. And such a lot has happened since then! We’ve worked on a range of projects, from helping sort out linguistic issues with domain names and how best […]

Read more...

PanoptiCam launched

Mon, 23 Mar 2015 11:56:14 +0000

  PanoptiCam is a new project running a surveillance camera on Jeremy Bentham’s cabinet in the university’s South Cloisters: Seeing Jeremy Bentham’s auto-icon can evoke a wide array of emotions from surprise and shock to mirth. PanoptiCam captures people’s reaction using a webcam mounted above the auto-icon, with the camera feed posted to our website […]

Read more...

Annual Day of Digital Humanities 2011

Publication date: Mar 07, 2011 01:34 PM

Start: Mar 18, 2011 12:00 AM
End: Mar 18, 2011 11:59 PM

Location: WorldWideWeb

Day of DH 2011 logo

After Day of Digital Humanities 2009 and 2010, the third iteration of the event is about to happen. A word from the organiser:

Digital humanists are invited to participate in the third annual Day of Digital Humanities, a project tracking 24 hours in the field of digital humanities. On March 18th, 2011 individuals in the field or related professions will document the events of their day with photos and discussion. 

This project is an online collaborative publication, with each participant co-authoring and decisions made communally. However, participating in the Day of DH shouldn't require a large time commitment. Most of the work will be in uploading short entries and photographs during the documentation day. The degree of involvement beyond that will be up to you. To find out about this interaction and the previous two iterations of the Day of Digital Humanities see: 

Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities 2011

This project is intended to bring members of all types and from around the field together to post about what they do and reflect on what others are doing. We particularly encourage graduate students, developers and international colleagues to participate. You don't have to be "important"; you don't have to write in English; and you don't have to have a lot of experience in the field. Your opinions count! 

To participate please fill out the application form by March 15th, 2011. 

Apply now at A Day in the Life of Digital Humanities 2011 and mark the 18th of March down for the next Day of Digital Humanities.

Yours, 

Geoffrey Rockwell

Page last modified on 07 mar 11 13:27 by Rossella Lo Conte