UCLDH people

Founded in 2010, the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities (UCLDH) is a cross-faculty research centre, bringing together a vibrant network of people who teach and research in a wide range of disciplines.


Recent publications on imaging techniques from UCLDH team member Dr Kathryn Piquette

Monday, 04 February 2019

UCLDH team member Dr Kathryn Piquette has had several works published recently, including: An article in CIPEG’s e-newsletter from October 2018: Investigating the Manufacture of Late 4th Millennium Decorated Palettes, in which Kathryn discusses Reflectance Transformation Imaging as a technique whose level of detail enables systematic assessment of carving techniques, tool use, skill, aesthetic principles, and artistic priorities. A book chapter: […]


Study Digital Humanites

The Department of Information Studies offers various opportunities to study Digital Humanities at post-graduate level, as well as short courses.



UCLDH supports and facilitates wide-ranging technological engagement across the Arts, Humanities and Cultural Heritage.



UCLDH Team Members are available for consultancy work to help scope, plan, and execute digital projects.


UCLDH hold a variety of events that are open to the public, including a regular seminar series.


UCLDH cultivates close working relationships across the university and beyond, with international institutions, culture and heritage sectors and industry partners.

Press and prizes

UCLDH has won a variety of awards, and has had many mentions in the international press.