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...

Exploring the Digital in the Arts and Humanities

The second Annual Northern Bridge Training Programme Summer School was held at The Great North Museum at Newcastle University from 4-5 June 2015. I has the distinct pleasure of participating, sharing...

Fiends in the Furrows and Findings in the Archives

If you're curious about the British Folk Horror genre and/or the Fiend in the Furrows conference taking place today and this weekend at Queen's (and let's face it who isn't), Dr Kath...

Google, Alphabet and Digital Scholarship

The last workshop of the season concluded the Digital Humanities Initiative at Queen's sponsored by Special Collections in the Library. Today's topic: Google Tools for Digital Scholarship - brought...

Participate in Global Day of DH

Participate in the Day of DH Festivities Day of DH 2014

Reflecting on the Breadth of DH Development at Queen’s

I was asked to ponder what the Digital Humanities initiative at Queen's had accomplished over the past two years. I think it's a great idea to reflect occasionally on where we...

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

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...

Using Social Media to Achieve Research Impact

I was asked, as part of the Queen's Gender Initiative (QGI),  to share a few ideas around why it has become so important for academics to engage with social media...