Dr Julianne Nyhan
- BA, PhD, PGCLTHE
- Senior lecturer in Digital Information Studies
- Programme Director of the MA/MSc in Digital Humanities (from 1 October 2017)
- Module Co-ordinator: INSTG008 Digital Resources in the Humanities
- Module Co-ordinator: INSTG008 Advanced Topics in Digital Humanities (not taught 2017-18)
- Module Co-ordinator (with Simon Mahony): INSTG017 Internet Technologies
- Leadership board member UCL Centre for Critical Heritage Studies
- Affiliate, Department of Prints and Drawings, British Museum
- External Examiner, BA in Digital Humanities and Information Technology, University College Cork, Ireland. (2014-17)
- Digital Humanities including, but not limited to, the semantic markup, modeling and analysis of historical sources and lexicographical / linguistic material
- The history of Digital Humanities especially in terms of researching non-cannonical histories and the role that participatory approaches can play in this. My particular interest is on uncovering ‘hidden’, overlooked or devalued contributions to the field's emergence and development
- Oral history as practice and also including the dissemination and analysis of oral history sources using digital methods
- Critical Heritage Studies especially its intersections with Digital Cultural Heritage
- The history of Computing especially in the Humanities
- Bibliometrics, Scientometrics along with more qualitative approaches to peer review and evaluation
- Museum studies
- The history of information and classification architectures, especially those used in dictionaries and object catalogues
- The Sociology of Science and Sociology of knowledge
- Principal Investigator, ESRC-funded Oceanic Exchanges: Tracing Global Information Networks in Historical Newspaper Repositories, 1840-1914 (OcEx) (2017-2019)
- co-Investigator, Critical Heritage Studies and the Future of Europe (CHEurope), H2020-MSCA-ITN-2016 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action: Innovative Training Networks (2016-2020)
- co-Investigator, Leverhulme Trust-funded Enlightenment Architectures: Sir Hans Sloane's catalogues of his collections (2016-19)
- Expert Advisor, NEH-funded Reconstructing the first Humanities Computing Centre (2017-19)
- Principal Investigator, EADH-funded Fr Roberto Busa and his intellectual milieu: capturing, translating and publishing community reflections (completed)
- Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, University College Cork, Ireland, 2007.
- PhD History, University College Cork, Ireland, 2006. Thesis title: The application of XML to the historical lexicography of old, middle and early-modern Irish: a lexicon-based analysis.
- BA (Joint Hons), History and Greek and Roman Civilisation, University College Cork, Ireland, 2000.
Books and Special Issues
In progress. Julianne Nyhan. Uncovering 'hidden' contributions to the history of Digital Humanities: the Index Thomisticus' female keypunch operators
In progress. Marco Passarotti and Julianne Nyhan. Roberto Busa in his own words. Springer.
2017. Террас, М and Найхан, Д and Ванхут, Э and КИЖНЕР, И (Eds). (2017) Цифровые гуманитарные науки Хрестоматия / Digital humanities: in search of definitions. [Book]. Издательство Сибирского федерального университета / Siberian Federal University Press: Красноярск, Россия / Krasnoyarsk, Russia. [Russian edition of Defining Digital Humanities] (Open access - PDF)
2016. Julianne Nyhan and Andrew Flinn. Computation and the Humanities:towards an oral history of Digital Humanities. Springer. (Open Access - PDF / ePUB here)
2016. Guest Editor of a special issue
on the topic 'Communicating Digital Humanities Across and Beyond the
Disciplines' Digital Humanities Quarterly 10.3. (Open access)
2015. Purcell E., MacCotter, P., Nyhan, J., and Sheehan, J (eds). Clerics, Kings and Vikings: essays on Medieval Ireland. Dublin: Four Courts Press.
2013. Terras, M., Nyhan, J, and Vanhoutte, E. (eds). Defining Digital Humanities: a reader. Ashgate.
2012. Guest Editor of a special issue of DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly, Hidden Histories: Computing and the Humanities c. 1965-1985
2012. Warwick, C., Terras, M., Nyhan, J. (eds). Digital Humanities in Practice. Facet. This book has been included in Seth van Hooland, Ruben Vreborgh, and Mike Ellis. The Facet Digital Heritage Collection. Edited by Ian Ruthven, G. G. Chowdhury, Claire Warwick, Melissa Terras, Julianne Nyhan, Janet Delve, David Anderson, and Samantha K. Hastings. Place of publication not identified: Facet Publishing, 2015.
2016. It is time to address the public communication of Digital Humanities. Digital Humanities Quarterly. 10:3 (Fulltext)
2016. Mahony, S, Nyhan, J, Terras, M and Tiedau. 'Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Integrative Learning and New Ways of Thinking About Studying the Humanities'.In: Clare Mills, Michael Pidd and Jessica Williams. Proceedings of the Digital Humanities Congress 2014. Studies in the Digital Humanities. Sheffield: HRI Online Publications, 2014. Available online
2015. "Scholarly Labour and Digital Collaboration in Literary Studies': An Invited Reply.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 4, no. 5 (2015): 23-28 (Fulltext).
2015. Fay, E and Nyhan, J., Webbs on the Web: Libraries, Digital Humanities and collaboration. Library Review 64:1/2, pp.118 - 134 (MS Version).
2014. Nyhan, J and Duke-Williams,
O. Joint and multi-authored publication patterns in the Digital
Humanities. Literary and Linguistic Computing 29:3 (Fulltext)
2014. Ciula, A., Nyhan, J.,
Moulin, C. ESF Science Policy briefing on research infrastructures in
the digital humanities: landscapes, ecosystems and cultures.
Lexicon Philosophicum: International Journal for the History of Texts
and Ideas. (PDF)
2013. Nyhan, J. What can modern-day Digital Humanities learn from studying its past? Some recommendations and suggestions. Proceedings of CIDE.16: Dispositifs numériques : contenus, interactivité et visualisation.
2013. Nyhan, J., Flinn, A. D.,
Welsh, A. Oral History and the hidden histories project: towards
histories of computing in the Humanities. Literary and Linguistic
Computing: the journal of digital scholarship in the humanities.
2013. Salmon, J., Nyhan, J. Augmented reality potential and hype: towards an evaluative framework. JLTL Journal of Language Teaching and Learning 3(1).
2012 Nyhan, J., Flinn, A., Welsh, A. Introduction. Digital Humanities Quarterly 6:3.
2012 Rockwell, G., Nyhan, J., Welsh, A., Salmon, J. Trading Stories: an Oral History Conversation between Geoffrey Rockwell and Julianne Nyhan. Digital Humanities Quarterly 6:3.
2012 McCarty, W., Nyhan, J., Welsh, A., Salmon, J. Questioning, Asking and Enduring Curiosity: an Oral History Conversation between Julianne Nyhan and Willard McCarty. Digital Humanities Quarterly 6:3
2012 Short, H., Nyhan, J., Welsh, A., Salmon, J. Collaboration must be fundamental or it's not going to work: an Oral History Conversation between Harold Short and Julianne Nyhan. Digital Humanities Quarterly 6:3
2012 Unsworth, J., Welsh, A., Nyhan, J., Salmon, J. Postmodern Culture and more: an Oral History Conversation between John Unsworth and Anne Welsh. Digital Humanities Quarterly 6:3
2012 Siemens, R., Welsh, A., Nyhan, J., Salmon, J. Video-gaming, Paradise Lost and TCP/IP: an Oral History Conversation between Ray Siemens and Anne Welsh. Digital Humanities Quarterly 6:3
2012 Rockwell, G., Organisciak, P., Meredith-Lombay, M., Ranaweera, K., Ruecker, S., Nyhan, J, The design of an international social media event: a day in the life of the digital humanities. Digital Humanities Quarterly 6:2
2008. Developing Integrated Editions of Heritage Language Dictionaries: the Irish example. Literary and Linguistic Computing 23: 3-12.
2007. ‘Foclóir an Duinnínigh: Cnuasaigh na nDéise agus Oirthear Chorcaí’. An Linn Bhuí: Iris Ghaeltacht na nDéise 11: 144-152. (ISSN 1393-4260).
2007. ‘Dúil d'fhocail ó Thiobraid Árann’. Tipperary Historical Journal 142-144. (ISSN 0791-06550791-0655).
2006. ‘Findfhocla an Chomaraigh’. An Linn Bhuí: Iris Ghaeltacht na nDéise 10: 97-111. (ISSN 1393-4260).
At press. Kador, T., Hannan, L., Nyhan, T., Terras, M., Chatterjee, H.J. and Carnall, M. Object-based learning and research-based education: case studies from UCL curricula. In Davies, J.P and Pachler, N. Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: perspectives from UCL. Trentham Books.
Submitted. On the history of peer review in the Digital Humanities: social and institutional considerations. In Susan Schreibman and Jennifer Edmond Eds. Digital Methods and the Scholarly Communications Ecosystem. Open Book publishers.
2016. Melissa Terras and Julianne Nyhan. Father Busa's
Female Punch Card Operatives' in Matther K. Gold & Lauren F. Klein
(Eds.) Debates in the Digital Humanities 2016. University of Minnesota
Press. Pp. 60-65. See here
2016. Nyhan, J. 'In search of identities in the Digital Humanities: the early history of Humanist'. In Molloy, J (Ed.) Social Media Archaeology and Poetics. MIT Press. (Manuscript version)
2016. Mahony, S; Nyhan, J; Terras, M and Tiedau, U (2016) 'Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Integrative Learning and New Ways of Thinking About Studying the Humanities'.In: Clare Mills, Michael Pidd and Jessica Williams. Proceedings of the Digital Humanities Congress 2014. Studies in the Digital Humanities. Sheffield: HRI Online Publications, 2014. Available online
2015. Nyhan, J. ‘ARCHIWA SPOŁECZNE. MODELE WSPÓŁPRACY Z PAŃSTWEM’ in Katarzyna
Ziętal (Ed) Archiwa społeczne w Wielkiej
Brytanii: zarys problematyki FUNDACJA O ŚRODKA KARTA. PROGRAM ARCHIWISTYKA
SPOŁECZNA p. 206-220. (PDF version) [Polish translation of article below]
2015. Nyhan, J, ‘Community archives in the UK: an overview’. In Katarzyna Ziętal (Ed) Community Archives. Models of cooperation with the state. FUNDACJA O ŚRODKA KARTA. PROGRAM ARCHIWISTYKA SPOŁECZNA P.221-237 (PDF version)
2015. Nyhan, J., Terras, M., Mahony, S. (2014). Digital Humanities and Integrative Learning. In Blackshields, D., Cronin, J., Higgs, B., Kilcommins, S., McCarthy, M., Ryan, A. (Eds.), Integrative Learning: International research and practice. Routledge: OX and NY. Pp. 235-247
2014. Moulin, C., Nyhan, J. Digital lexicography and the
Semantic Web: Dialectical, Historical and Global. In Davidhazi, P. (Ed.), New
publication cultures in the Humanities: exploring the paradigm shift. Amsterdam:
Amsterdam University Press. Pp. 47-62 (PDF version)
2013. Nyhan, J., Terras, M., and
Vanhoutte, E. "Introduction". In Terras, M., Nyhan, J, and Vanhoutte, E.
(Eds). Defining Digital Humanities: a Reader. Ashgate: UK. Pp. 1-12.
2012. Warwick, C, Terras, M.,
Nyhan, J. "Introduction". In Warwick, C., Terras, M., Nyhan, J. (eds)
(2012). "Digital Humanities in Practice". Facet: UK. Pp. xiii-xix
2012. Nyhan, J. Text Encoding
and digital scholarly editions. In Warwick, C., Terras, M., Nyhan, J,
(Eds.). Digital Humanities in Practice. Pp. 117-138.
2009. ‘Some Digital Humanities methodologies and their importance to Irish Studies’. In Lesser Used Languages Computer Linguistics (LLUCL): Proceedings of the LULCL Conference, November 2008. EURAC Research: Bolzano.
2008. ‘The problem of date and context in electronic editions of Irish historical dictionaries’. In Yesterday's words: Contemporary, Current and Future Lexicography, ed. Marijke and Van der Val, 319-332. Cambridge Scholar's Publishing: UK. (ISBN 978-1-8471846-9-6).
2011. Moulin, C., Nyhan, J,, Ciula, A. ESF Science Policy Briefing 43: Research Infrastructures in the Humanities. European Science Foundation.
2011. TextGrid report 4.3.1. Marc Wilhelm Küster (FH Worms), Thomas Selig (FH Worms), Julianne Nyhan (Universtität Trier / University College London), Wolfgang Pempe (SUB Göttingen), Kathleen Smith (University of Illinois / SUB Göttingen) Bericht zu eHumanities-Themen mit Relevanz für die allgemeine Informatik / Report on eHumanities research topics relevant in Computer Science.
2014. Ruecker, Stan, Milena Radzikowska, Stéfan Sinclair (2011) Visual Interface Design for Digital Cultural Heritage: a guide to rich prospect browsing. Journal of Documentation 70(4).
2014. Review of Mike Ellis (2011). Managing and Growing a Cultural Heritage Web Presence: a strategic guide. Facet. Journal of Documentation 70(1).
2010. Review of Literate technologies: Language, Cognition and Technicity, by L. Armand. Literary and Linguistic Computing Advance Access published on November 30, 2009. doi:10.1093/llc/fqp042
2009. Review of Deep time of the Media. Toward an Archaeology of Hearing and Seeing by Technical Means, by S. Zelinski, trans. by Gloria Custance. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 34.1
2008. Review of The Virtual window: From Alberti to Microsoft, by S. Freidberg S. Literary and Linguistic Computing 23: 497-499.
Conference and symposium papers
2018. Gao, Jin, Duke-Williams O., Mahony S., and Nyhan, J. What do we write about in the Digital Humanities? A Comparative Study of Chinese and English publications. Digital Humanities Congress. Sheffield.
2018. Gao, Jin, Nyhan, J., Duke-Williams O. and Mahony S. Visualising the Digital Humanities Community: A comparison Study between citation network and social network. Digital Humanities 2018. Mexico.
2017. Nyhan, J. The social history of Digital Humanities: an oral history perspective. The Making of the Humanities VI conference. Oxford.
2017. Nyhan, J. and Terras, M. Uncovering ‘hidden’ contributions to the history of Digital Humanities: the Index Thomisticus’ female keypunch operators. Digital Humanities 2017. Montréal, Canada.
2017. Jones, S., Julianne Nyhan, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stéfan Sinclair and Melissa Terras. Reverse Engineering the First Humanities Computing Center Digital Humanities 2017. Montréal, Canada.
2017. Gao, J., Oliver Duke-Williams, Simon Mahony, Melanie Ramdarshan Bold and Julianne Nyhan. The Intellectual Structure of Digital Humanities: An Author Co-Citation Analysis. Digital Humanities 2017. Montréal, Canada.
2015. Julianne Nyhan and Marius Warholm Haugen, ‘Digital Humanities and the academic library: a natural partnership?’ UH-bibliotekkonferansen, Bergen, Norway
2014. Nyhan, J. The role of labels and metaphors in investigating
interconnections between the Digital Humanities and the Humanities.The making of the Humanities IV, Rome, Italy
2014. Mahony S., Nyhan J and Tiedau, U. Digital Humanities pedagogy: integrative learning and new ways of thinking about studying the Humanities. Digital Humanities Congress, Sheffield, UK.
2014. Flinn, A and Nyhan, J. Whose
project is this? Whose stories do we tell?
Participatory frameworks for community-based oral history projects.
Annual Conference of the Oral History Society "Community Voices: Oral
History on the Ground", UK
2014. Nyhan J and Flinn A. Oral History, audio-visual materials and Digital Humanities: a new ‘grand challenge’? 'Sound and (Moving) Image in Focus pre-Conference Workshop. Digital Humanities conference. Switzerland
2014. Nyhan J. Facial recognition and Digital Humanities: new directions? Digital Humanities conference. Digital Humanities conference. Switzerland
2013 Nyhan J. Uncovering the
“hidden histories” of computing in the Humanities 1949 – 1980: findings
and reflections on the pilot project. Digital Humanities conference.
2013 Nyhan, J and Duke-Williams
O. Joint and multi-authored publication patterns in the Digital
Humanities. Digital Humanities conference. Nebraska, USA
2012. Nyhan, J and Welsh A. Uncovering the “hidden histories” of computing in the Humanities 1949 – 1980: an overview of our key findings. Digital Humanities Congress 2012. Publisher URL
2011. Warwick, C., Mahony, S., Nyhan, J,, Ross, C., Terras, M., Tiedau, U., Welsh, A. UCLDH: Big Tent Digital Humanities in practice. Digital Humanities conference. ( pp.387-389). https://dh2011abstracts.stanford.edu/.
2011 Anne Welsh and Julianne Nyhan Finding feminist information in a 'gender-neutral' information environment. Feminism and Teaching Symposium, University of Nottingham
2010. Dan Blackshields, James Cronin and Julianne Nyhan. Integrative learning and technoculture: what's at stake?, National Academy for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning (NAIRTL), Ireland, October 2010.
2010. Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, Peter Organisciak, Megan Meredith-Lobay, Kamal Ranaweera and Julianne Nyhan. What do we say about ourselves? An analysis of the Day of DH 2009 data, SDH/SEMI, Concordia, Montreal, Canada
2010. Julianne Nyhan. Tool making, technological determinism and the role of memory: absolute alphabetical organisation in medieval glossaries, Arbeitsgespr�ch zur historischen Lexikographie, Bullay, Germany
2009. Stephanie A. Schlitz and Julianne Nyhan. TEI-EJ: a quarterly publication of the TEI Education SIG to appear on the TEI website, TEI Members Meeting 2009, University of Michigan, USA (poster presentation)
2008. ‘E-portfolios and the dimensions of understanding’. In International perspectives in teaching and learning in Higher Education: NAIRTL Conference proceedings November 2007, ed. Norma Ryan. NAIRTL: University College Cork (ISBN 978-0-9556109-4-3)
2007. Emerging electronic research infrastructures for Irish lexicography, Tionól symposium, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
2007. Digital futures in Irish studies, panel with Susan Schreibman and Deirdre Wildy; Susan Schreibman Chair. IASIL, University College Dublin
2007. E-portfolios and the Dimensions of Understanding, International Perspectives on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Conference, University College Cork, Ireland (poster presentation)
2006. Establishing the relative sophistication of the ordering systems used in the major glossaries of medieval Irish, Tionól symposium, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
2006. The digital Dinneen project: further avenues for CELT, Digital Humanities Conference, Paris-Sorbonne
2006. The problem of date and context: migrating an Irish language dictionary from hard copy to digital format, Third international conference of Historical Lexicography and Lexicology, Leiden University
2005. [with Gregory Toner], Enhancing scholarship through linking electronic resources, Digital Resources for the Humanities, Lancaster University
2004. Linking Dictionaries and Texts: New Avenues for CELT, Digital Image, Digital Text colloquium, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
2004. [with Peter Flynn], Ending the Tyranny of the Lemma, The 16th Joint International Conference of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing and the Association for Computers and the Humanities, Göteborg University Sweden
2004. [with Carrie Griffin], Transcending textual borders? Electronic edition as artefact, the Book as Artefact Conference, Marsh's Library Dublin
2003. [with Carrie Griffin], Digitising an Unedited Middle English Lunary from British Library Egerton MS 827, Borderlines 7, University College Cork
2002. Digitising the Dictionary of the Irish Language, Borderlines 6, Trinity College, Dublin
Plenary lectures and invited papers
2018. Nyhan, J. What can the Humanities do for digital technologies? thinkBIG Workshop on the Digital Humanities and Computational Social Sciences. Cumberland Lodge, Windsor.
2018. Nyhan, J. Voices heard, voices silenced: on hidden contributions to the emergence of Digital Humanities c.1954-67. British Society for the History of Mathematics meeting, History of
Computing beyond the computer", Oxford University, UK.
2018. Sloane, K., Nyhan, J., Ortolja-Baird A. and Pickering, V. 'Enlightenment Architectures: Sir Hans Sloane's Catalogues of his collections'. Presentation to the Board of Trustees, British Museum.
2017. Nyhan, J. Digital Humanities approaches to the formation and transformation of knowledge: a critical analysis. Birmingham University, UK.
2017. Nyhan, J. What are the longer-term origins of the asymmetrical power structures that shape so much of the practice of Digital Humanities? ITUG-Jahrestagung, Technischen Universitaet Darmstadt (Keynote).
2017. Nyhan, J. ‘‘Techies’ versus scholars: Roberto Busa’s Index Thomisticus project and its role in the establishment of the iniquitous power structures of Digital Humanities’. Digital Humanities at Siberian Federal University Conference. Krasnoyarsk, Russia.
2017. Sloan, K, Nyhan, J. & Pickering, V. (2017) ‘Enlightenment Architectures: Sir Hans Sloane’s Catalogues of His Collections’. Animating the archive: Enlightenment lives and letters. Research Workshop. Centre for Enlightenment Studies at King’s & Queen Mary Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies.
2015. Nyhan, J. 'Archives and Digital Humanities: new
pathways, new kinships?' Archive and Education conference. University of
2015. Nyhan, J. 'Knowledge
organisation systems and Digital Humanities:
looking back in order to look forward.' ISKO Knowledge organization
systems and digital humanities. Strasbourg, France. (Keynote)
2015. Nyhan, J. 'New paths through the
histories of Digital Humanities: uncovering hidden contributions to
Busa's Index Thomisticus' International Symposium of Information
Science, University of Zadar Croatia (Keynote).
2015. Nyhan, J. An introduction to the Histories of Digital Humanities. University of Babes-Bolyaiy / Transylvanian Digital Humanities Centre, Romania
2015. Nyhan J. Collaboration and Digital Humanities: two studies and a
plea. Technospaces. Persistence - Practices - Procedures - Power.
University of Darmstadt, Germany
2015. Nyhan J. Were Humanists and Digital Humanities always so very different? An investigation of the earliest contributions to Humanist. Department of Digital Humanities public seminar series. King's College London, UK
2015. Nyhan J. Invited panel member.
TALK ART/TALK SOCIETY Merging technology and historical research: What are the future archives like? The Finnish Institute in London, UK.
2015. Nyhan J. Digital Humanities:
origins and future directions. Invited research seminar: University of
2014. Nyhan J. Collaboration and Digital Humanities: on the past, present and future. Transforming Digital Methods conference. University of Exeter.
2014. Nyhan, J. 'About the book as data'. The Post Digital Scholar. Lueneburg, Germany.
2014. Nyhan, J 'Community Archives in the UK: an overview'. International conference on Community Archives: models of cooperation with the state. Poland.
2014. Nyhan, J. 'Digital
Humanities'. Knowledge Machines: the potential of the digital. Symposium
on alternative practices in Humanities research. University of Kent. UK
2014. Nyhan, J. 'Digital
Humanities, Collaboration and Interdisciplinarity’ penal member. Pushing
the boundaries: Early Career research and interdisciplinarity. British
Academy event for Early Career researchers. Open University. UK
2014. Nyhan, J. The application of
facial analysis techniques to the research of ancient seals: some
preliminary considerations. 'Digitization in the Round' workshop.
Ashmolean Museum / Wolfson College, University of Oxford. UK
2014. Nyhan, J. Uncovering the socio-cultural contexts of the emergence of Digital Humanities and their enduring significance. Conference on cultural heritage research and innovation. Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities. Germany
2014. Nyhan, J. Fr Roberto Busa: founder of Digital Humanities? University of Trier Digital Humanities seminar.Germany
2014. Nyhan, J. Digital Humanities: an introduction. DARIAH-GR opening workshop. Academy of Athens. Greece
2014. Nyhan, J. On the Digital
Humanities and the necessity of thinking historically. Opening event
Forschungsverbund MWW, Berlin. Germany
2014. Memory, narrative and
disciplinary identity: an investigation. Università Cattolica del Sacro
Cuore di Milano. Italy
2014. Nyhan, J. Analyse, sort,
classify and mark up: text encoding and its debt to historical
dictionaries and word lists. Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities,
University of Oxford. UK
2014. Nyhan, J. Arts and
Humanities research data: a few idiosyncrasies. DigitalHSS Lunchtime
Seminar: Managing Humanities Research Data. University of Edinburgh. UK
2013. Nyhan, J. What can modern-day Digital Humanities learn from studying its past? Some recommendations and suggestions. CIDE.16: Dispositifs numériques : contenus, interactivité et visualisation. France (Keynote)
2013. Julianne Nyhan, Through memories and times: reflections on reflecting on the histories of computing in the Humanities. Humanities Unbound, University of Lausanne. Switzerland. (Keynote)
2013. Julianne Nyhan. A researcher's view on Arts and Humanities data management/sharing (with a focus on infrastructure needs and wants) RDMF10: Research data management in the Arts and Humanities: St Anne's College, Oxford. UK
2013. Julianne Nyhan, Text, Image and Sound: where we are and where we are not in Digital Humanities. Future Digital Conference. Open University. UK. (Keynote)
2012. Research Infrastructures
in the Digital Humanities [round table discussion and presentation].
Leipzig University, European Summer School of Culture and Technology
evening lecture. Germany
2012. Digital Humanities:
histories or memories and what in between?. Leipzig University, European
Summer School of Culture and Technology. Germany
2012. Contributions towards a
history of computing in the Humanities. University College Cork, School
of Historical Sciences Seminar Series. Rep. of Ireland.
2012. What is oral history and
what role can it play in the history of Digital Humanities?
Universitatet Trier, Digital Humanities Seminar Series. Germany.
2011. Nyhan, J., & Welsh, A. Hidden Histories: Computing and the Humanities c.1949–1980. In London Seminar in Digital Text and Scholarship. School of Advanced Studies, Institute of English Studies, University of London. UK
2009. Teaching and Learning TEI: an introduction to TEI-EJ, TEI Praxis Symposium, Cologne Centre for e-Humanities, Germany.
2009. [with Oliver Schmidt]. TextGrid tools and concepts: present and future, Tools for Collaborative Scholarly Editing over the Web, University of Birmingham, UK
2008. The advantages and
disadvantages of the application of XML to medieval inflected languages:
a case study of electronic resources for medieval Irish, Lesser Used
Languages and Computer Linguistics (LULCL) II, European Academy,
Bolzano. South Tyrol, northern Italy.
2008. Encoding Old Irish
glossaries with TEI P5, Old Irish Glossary Symposium, Cambridge
2008. This history, context and organisation of the European Reference Index for the Humanities, Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA), Dakar, Senegal.
2007. Electronic lexicography:
medieval and modern, Trinity College Dublin, Seminar in Medieval
History. Rep. of Ireland
2012. Oral Histories live. AHRC Digital Transformations Moot. November 2012.
2012. An introduction to TEI. ThatCamp Luxembourg.
2010. All the world exists to end up in a dictionary, UCL Centre for Digital Humanities Painless introduction to Digital Humanities series.
2010. Nyhan, J., & Ciula, A. DARIAH community engagement mechanisms: possible models. In DARIAH Funders round table meeting. Paris: France
2009. An introduction to TextGrid, NEH funded TILE symposium, MITH, University of Maryland
2007. Historical dictionaries versus Literary works?, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA
Conference and symposium organisation
2018. Co-convenor of Early Modern Collection Catalogues: Open Questions, Digital Approaches, Future Directions. British Museum. Funded by the British Museum Research fund.
2011. Co-organiser of the 6th Interedition Development Bootcamp at the Technische Universitaet Darmstadt 28th Feb - 4th March.
2011. Symposium co-organiser and co-convener 'HIDDEN HISTORIES: SYMPOSIUM ON METHODOLOGIES FOR THE HISTORY OF COMPUTING IN THE HUMANITIES c.1949-1980' UCL
2015. Workshop: digital tools for researchers in the Humanities. Queen Mary University of London.
2011. Text Encoding Seminar. Digital Methods and Tools for Historical research Departamento de História da FCSH, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. November 2011. http://digital-methods-and-tools-for-history.blogspot.com/
2011. An introduction to Digital Humanities. Libraries and Publishing in the Information Society MA module. City University
2010. [with Dot Porter] Digital History and Culture: methods, sources and future looks’ at the European Summer School of Culture and Technology. Universitaet Leipzig.
Submitted. An enhanced, TEI-encoded edition of Patrick S. Dinneen's Foclóir Gaedhilge agus Béarla [An Irish-English Dictionary], Irish Text Society: Dublin. 1936 to be published on the CELT website
2007. A prototype electronic lexicon of Medieval Irish: contribution I, based on a re-edited subset of Marstrander, C. J. S., et al. (ed), Dictionary of the Irish language based mainly on Old and Middle Irish materials (compact edition). Dublin: 1988.
Numerous TEI-encoded editions of Irish, English and Latin texts of Irish literature, politics and history on the CELT website. See individual TEI headers on the published page.
2006. Griffin, Carrie and Julianne Nyhan, ‘Transcending Textual Borders? Digitising a Middle English Lunary from British Library Egerton MS 827, and a brief introduction to XML mark-up in the Humanities’. In Proceedings of Borderlines Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Conference 2003, ed. Julianne Nyhan, Carrie Griffin and Kenneth Rooney. Electronic Publishing Unit: University College Cork. http://epu.ucc.ie/borderlines/Carrie_Julie_paper (accessed 01/04/09). (ISBN 978-0-9552229-8-6).
2006. Nyhan, Julianne, Carrie Griffin and Kenneth Rooney (eds), Proceedings of Borderlines Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Conference 2003. Electronic Publishing Unit: University College Cork. http://epu.ucc.ie/borderlines/ (accessed 01/04/09) (ISBN 978-0-9552229-8-6).
Other Scholarly activity and service
2018. Turing Data Science and Digital Humanities group. The Alan Turing Institute
2018. Programme Committee, Corpus-based Research in the Humanities" (CRH-2). Austria.
2018. Programme Committee, EuropeanaTech Conference 2018. Netherlands.
2018. Corresponding member of advisory board. Workshop on behalf of the Software Sustainability Institute. Oxford e-Research Centre and the Centre for Digital Scholarship in the Bodleian Libraries.
2015. Peer reviewer, New Media and Society journal.
2015. Peer reviewer, Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).
2015. Peer reviewer, Ubiquity press.
2015 - Peer reviewer, Digital Humanities im deutschsprachigen raum.
2015. Peer reviewer, Routledge.
2014-2017. External Examiner, University College Cork, Ireland.
2015. Advisory Board Member, Ivar Arosenius digital project, Gothenberg University, Sweden
2015. Advisory Board Member, Belgrade Centre for Digital Humanities, Faculty of Media and Communication, Singidunum University.
2015. Peer reviewer, INTERACT conference 2015
2015. Expert External Evaluator, appointment panel, University Goettingen
2014. Expert External Evaluator, Union der deutschen Akademien der Wissenschaften e.V
2014 - Peer Reviewer, Estonian Research Council
2014 - Member of Editorial Board, Journal of Open Humanities Data
2014 - Member of the Bibliometrics Working Group of the UCL Library Committee
2014 - Peer Reviewer, COST EU
2014 - Centre for Doctoral Training in Science and Engineering in Arts Heritage and Archaeology (SEAHA) supervisor.
2015 - Internal PhD examiner, Department of Information Studies, UCL
2014 - Internal PhD examiner, Department of Information Studies, UCL
2011-2015 Peer Review College Member, Arts and Humanities Research Council
2012 - Communications editor, Interdisciplinary Science reviews. Maney Press.
2012 - Member of Editorial Board, Journal of Data Mining & Digital Humanities
2012-13 Member of Review Board, Journal of Digital Culture and Electronic Scholarship
2011 - University College Cork QS Academic Peer List member
2011 - 2012 Member of Expert Advisory Panel to UCL the UCL ‘Montefiore Testimonials Digitization project: digitising, transcribing, translating the Montefiore testimonials’ project
2011-12 Member of the ESF Working Group on Digital Infrastructures in the Humanities http://www.esf.org/research-areas/humanities/strategic-activities/researchinfrastructures-in-the-humanities.html
2010-2011 Member of Expert Advisory Panel to the LSE ‘Webbs on the Web’ project
2011- European liaison manager, UCLDH
2011 External Assessor on the Selection Committee for the post of Research Officer, College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences, UCC, Ireland
2007- Peer reviewer, Digital Humanities Quarterly, http://www.digitalhumanities.org/
2012- Peer reviewer, Literary and Linguistic Computing
2013- Peer reviewer, The Computer Journal
2010- Peer reviewer, Digital Humanities conference
2013. Peer Reviewer: iConference 2013, Fort Worth, Texas.
2012. Peer Review: iConference 2012, Toronto.
2009-2011. Elected Member of the TEI Council http://www.tei-c.org/
2008 - 2012 Book Reviews editor, Interdisciplinary Science reviews. Maney Press.
2017. British Museum Research Fund. £7,500 for the Enlightenment Architectures workshop and symposium.
2013. Fr Roberto Busa and his
intellectual milieu: capturing, translating and publishing community
reflections. European Association for Digital Humanities (1732.75 euro)
2012. University of Trier’s Historisch-Kulturwissenschaftliche Forschungszentrum (HKFZ) for publications related to the history of computing in the Humanities (c.1949-1980) project (5000 euro)
2011. (with Anne Welsh) University of Trier’s Historisch-Kulturwissenschaftliche Forschungszentrum (HKFZ) for a pilot study of the history of computing in the Humanities (c.1949-1980). (5000 euro)
2014. Member of A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities (Day of DH) project team (2009-2012) who won the 2014 CSDH/SCHN Outstanding Contribution Award.
Public Engagement and Media
2018. (Interview) Hypertext und Soutane. Der Jesuitenpater Roberto Busa als Vordenker des WWW. Austrian Public Radio, Radio Österreich 1
2015. (Interview) Julianne Nyhan wanted to reveal the history of Digital Humanities. University of Gothenberg news interview. March 12, 2015.
2014. (Interview) Julianne Nyhan on "Books as Data" Hybrid publishing lab: researching new forms of scholarly communication in the digital age.
2014. [with Oliver Duke-Williams] Is Digital Humanities a collaborative discipline? Joint-authorship publications patterns clash with defining narrative. LSE Impact of Social Sciences Blog, 10th September 2014. http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2014/09/10/joint-authorship-digital-humanities-collaboration/
2014. Public engagement session on
Francis Galton's 'Pricker Gloves' at "The Thing is", Universities Week,
Natural History Museum, London
2013. Quoted in "Hacking and Yacking About the Digital Humanities" The Chronicle of Higher Education, September 3 2013. by William Pannapacker
Primary Supervisor to:
Paolo Casani (secondary supervisor Jenny Bunn). Information technology and the transformation of perception: the experience of the self in digitally-mediated environments
Deborah Leem (secondary supervisor Antonis Bikakkis). Technical approaches to the information architectures of Hans Sloane.
Olga Loboda (secondary supervisors Melissa Terras, Simon Mahony and Daniela Romano). The transformation of user experience with recommender systems in the museum environment
Ananda Rutherford (secondary supervisors Melissa Terras and Haidi Geismar). The Galton Collection object records.
Secondary Supervisor to:
Moneerah Almeshari (primary supervisor John Dowell, UCL Computer Science). Adaptive Visitor Guides and Cultural Heritage.
Jin Gao (primary supervisor Oliver Duke-Williams). Mapping the Digital Humanities Community
Hannah Smyth (primary supervisor Andrew Flinn). The intersections of digital archives and cultural heritage in the Decade of Centenaries project in Ireland and their role in the mediation, construction and articulation of Irish identities, with a focus on female identity.
Address correspondence to:
Dr Julianne Nyhan
Department of Information Studies
University College London
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