Home Blog Page 3

Storyboarding as a Project Planning Process

In Storyboarding research: How to proactively plan projects, reports and articles from the outset,  Patrick Dunleavy of LSE demonstrates a best practice methodology for project planning that builds from the...

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...

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...

Manovich on Software as a Media for Thinking

Lev Manovich spoke at the Trinity CTVR on the 6th Sept on 'Cultural Analytics: How to use big data to unlearn what we know?' During the lecture, Manovich reviewed a number...

Tragedy: On the Critical Appreciation of Kindred Britain

How does one bring tragedy into the story? In the case of Kindred Britain (on which I have previously written), the creators clearly state that this entire exercise is largely...

Kindred Britain

One of the more exciting (for me personally at least) digital humanities projects that I have come across this year is Kindred Britain. Kindred Britain is a network of nearly...

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...

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....

On the Continuing MOOC Experience

I have been following (and quite enjoying) Dr Dominic Bryan's FutureLearn course: Identity, Conflict and Public Space. It began last week and runs for the next six - as...