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Digital Scholarship Seminar Archive
Details of previous seminars.
Digital Scholarship Seminar, Autumn 2014
11 November 2014
Mr Daniel Powell (visiting speaker, King’s College London & University of Victoria)
Towards a typology of the open edition
Respondent: Dr Justin Tonra (English, NUI Galway)
27 November 2014
Dr Aidan Kane (Economics, NUI Galway), Dr Patrick A. Walsh (UCD) & Dr Eoin Magennis (InterTrade Ireland)
Creating a database of Irish international trade 1698–1829
Dr Máirín Mac Carron (History, NUI Galway)
What are the potential benefits of applying mathematical network theory to Humanities sources?
9 December 2014
Prof. Patrick Lonergan (Drama & Theatre Studies, NUI Galway)
Digital Humanities and Theatre History: Re-thinking the role of women writers at the Abbey Theatre
Ms Ellen McCabe (Huston School, NUI Galway)
‘Let the frame of things disjoint’: Ambiguity in the digital age and the consequences for education
Presentations during the first hour of each seminar are followed by discussion and exchange over a light lunch in the second.
Digital Scholarship Seminar, Spring 2014
11 March 2014
Dr Giles Bergel (Visiting Speaker, University of Oxford)
Image, Text, Tune and Tradition: Some Semantic and Computational Approaches to Digitising the Broadside Ballad
18 March 2014
Dr Véronique Montémont (Visiting Speaker, Université de Lorraine)
Database Management in the Present Context of Digital Humanities
John Cox (University Librarian, NUI Galway) & Martin Bradley (Archives and Records Management Consultant)
The Abbey Theatre Digital Archive @ NUI Galway
25 March 2014
Dr Brett Hirsch (Visiting Speaker, University of Western Australia)
Towards an Electronic Edition of Fair Em, or, Much Ado About the Miller’s Daughter of Manchester
8 April 2014
Dr Niall Ó Dochartaigh (Political Science & Sociology, NUI Galway)
Technologies of Peace
Dr Ida Federica Pugliese (Moore Institute, NUI Galway)
The (Dis?)advantages of Using Technologies to Enhance Qualitative Research Projects
Digital Scholarship Seminar, Autumn 2013
9 October 2013
In association with INSIGHT @ NUIGalway (formerly DERI). Speakers demonstrated how Humanities faculty and researchers can benefit from collaboration with INSIGHT @ NUIGalway’s semantic web experts and Digital Humanities and Journalism (HuJo) group.
Stefan Decker, Director of INSIGHT @ NUIGalway
Sandra Collins, Director of the Digital Repository of Ireland
Bahareh Heravi, Team leader of Digital Humanities and Journalism at INSIGHT @ NUIGalway
Handschuh, Stream leader at INSIGHT @ NUIGalway
Paul Buitelaar, Stream leader at INSIGHT @ NUIGalway
20 November 2013
Digital issues in practice-based research
The author is glitched: media-specificity and the non-Western writer
12 December 2013
Lillis Ó Laoire & Micheál Mac Lochlainn
On the Joe Heaney Archive.
What’s digital about digital humanities?
Digital Scholarship Seminar, Spring 2013
21 March 2013
Reading East: From concept to live online resource
The Corpus of Hiberno-English Literary Dialect: preliminary results and analysis
18 April 2013
Historians and new technologies
An examination of gesture-based devices in the mathematics post-primary classroom in Ireland
14 May 2013
Deirdre Ní Chonghaile
Amhráin Árann — Aran Songs: Collaborating to create a digital-friendly music resource
Patricia Prieto Blanco
Digital materiality and the constitution of spaces of familial interaction through photography