Tuesday, 26 February 2019
UCLDH deputy director Julianne Nyhan gave a presentation at the Institute of Historical Research Digital History Seminar on Ethics and Digital History. Dr Nyhan drew on her oral history research to reflect on the ethical aspects of using oral history methodologies to research the ‘hidden’ histories of Digital Humanities. Among other questions she asked: who […]
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.
UCLDH has won a variety of awards, and has had many mentions in the international press.