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Social Media in South India

Absorbing ethnographic study by Shriram Venkatraman that examines social media use in Tamil Nadu, South India. 

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A Connected Curriculum for Higher Education

Dilly Fung argues that it is possible to  bring university research and student education into a more connected, more symbiotic relationship, using UCL's Connected Curriculum framework. 

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The Web as History

This interdisciplinary volume explores what we have learnt from the we have learnt from the Web so far.

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Call for Papers: Europe and the World – A Law Review

Wednesday, 26 July 2017

The editors of Europe and the World – A Law Review are delighted to announce the launch of their journal and invite papers for publication. Europe and the World – A Law Review aims to contribute to legal scholarship on the place of Europe in the world, with a particular but by no means exclusive focus on […]

Win a copy of Fabricate 2017 with Dezeen!

Friday, 21 July 2017

Leading architecture and design magazine Dezeen is giving away five hardcover copies of Fabricate 2017: Rethinking Design and Construction, which brings together the best in projects involving digital fabrication. Bringing together pioneers in design and making within architecture, construction, engineering, manufacturing, materials technology and computation, Fabricate 2017 details the best of the triennial international conference of the same name. Each […]

OPERAS – Open Access in the Scholarly Research Area through Scholarly Communication

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

In June, I took part in the first meeting of all the members of a European consortium developing pan-European infrastructure and services for open access in the social sciences and humanities, led by the French organisation Open Edition. Partners from 22 organisations in 10 countries (Croatia, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal and […]

Reflections on publishing Memorandoms by James Martin

Monday, 17 July 2017

Today’s Guest Post is by Tim Causer, editor of Memorandoms by James Martin and Senior Research Associate at the Bentham Project. Those of us researching the history of convict transportation to Australia are extraordinarily fortunate in terms of resources, as some of the most important have, for several years, been available digitally on an open-access basis. […]

Where does the born- and reborn-digital material take the Digital Humanities?

Monday, 22 May 2017

On 18 May 2017, Niels Brügger, Professor of Internet Studies and Digital Humanities at Aarhus University in Denmark, and co-editor of The Web as History, delivered the third lecture in the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities annual Susan Hockey lecture series. With a focus on archiving, the lecture investigated the different types of digital media […]

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