Autumn DH Events at the Library

DH @ The Library are pleased to announce our exciting Autumn event schedule. We offer a wide range of workshops and seminars and look forward to welcoming you to any and all. 22 September – Exploring the Digital Humanities 6 October – Requirements Engineering for Digital Humanities Scholarship 17 October – Constructing Narratives Using Digital Objects 14 […]

Linking the Analogue Exhibition with the Digital

Special Collections at Queen’s University Belfast is pleased to launch a new digital exhibition: ‘Ireland and the Colonies: 1775-1947: Friendships, Alliances, Resistances‘. It is prepared and curated by Dr Kath Stevenson and Shawn Day with contributions from Dr Daniel Roberts, Dr Matthew Reznicek and Dr Jonathan Wright. It has been launched to coincide with the conference of the […]

Boring Words Excite Audiences

Queen’s University Library and the Institute for Collaborative Research in the Humanities were pleased to host a talk by James O’Sullivan of University College Cork School of English yesterday. O’Sullivan’s presentation on ‘The Significance of Boring Words: Stylometic Analyses of James Joyce” provided a disparate audience from the humanities, social sciences and law with fascinating […]

The Launch of ‘Heaney at Queen’s’ Digital Exhibition

[one_half] Special Collections and Archives at Queen’s Univesity Belfast are proud to release a very special curated digital collection “Heaney at Queen’s” in commemoration of the tenth anniversary of the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry. This project was produced in close collaboration between the Library, the Institute for Collaborative Research in the Humanities, Professor Fran […]

In Advance of the Day of DH 2014

It’s been a day of prep on all fronts for tomorrow. Launching the Heaney at Queen’s Exhibition as part of a larger symposium has involved consultation with various stockholders in the project, chasing artefacts and assembling metadata. Thankfully the bulk of the narrative has been assembled and ingested and the general shape of the exhibition established. The […]

Omeka in the Wild: Practicing What We Preach

Over the past few years, in consultations with a wide variety of projects I have increasingly identified opportunities where Omeka would make an excellent platform for digital curation. However, aside from a few tentative ventures with it, and a few instances where myself of DHO colleagues were consulted about some knotty problems, I have not […]