Digital Humanities and Arts

Experimenting with the British Library's content and data - DHA Praxis Project

In February 2016, the University of Nottingham and British Library Labs organised the workshop “Experimenting with the British Library’s Content and Data” as part of the British Library Labs Roadshow 2016 and the Digital Humanities and Arts Praxis Project. Researchers from the Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute and the British Library Labs team presented experiences of creative use of digital collections and data.

Interrogating Interdisciplinarity

Between 2014 and 2016, the Digital Humanities and Arts Praxis project received funding from the University of Nottingham’s Discipline Bridging Award. The project undertook a critical metareflection on the drivers, opportunities and benefits of interdisciplinarity. This video collects reflections on interdisciplinarity  by academics and researchers at the University of Nottingham.

Experimenting with the British Library’s Content and Data - DHA Praxis Project

In February 2016, the University of Nottingham and British Library Labs (BLL) organised a workshop “Experimenting with the British Library’s Content and Data” as part of the BLL Roadshow 2016 and the Digital Humanities and Arts Praxis Project. Researchers from Horizon and the BLL team presented experiences of creative use of digital collections and data. The workshop ended with the ‘Ideas Lab’.  This video presents a synthesis of the event.

Dr Ben Bedwell - Interrogating Interdisciplinarity

Ben Bedwell is a Research Fellow at the Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute, University of Nottingham. This video presents his perspective on interdisciplinary research, and it was produced as part of the Digital Humanities and Arts Praxis Project.

Dr Laura Carletti - Interrogating Interdisciplinarity

Laura Carletti is a Research Fellow at the Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute, University of Nottingham. This video presents her perspective on interdisciplinary research, and it was produced as part of the Digital Humanities and Arts Praxis Project.

Dr Richard Gaunt - Interrogating Interdisciplinarity

Richard Gaunt is Associate Professor at the Department of History, University of Nottingham. This video presents his perspective on interdisciplinary research, and it was produced as part of the Digital Humanities and Arts Praxis Project.

Dr Sarah Martindale - Interrogating Interdisciplinarity

Sarah Martindale is a Research Fellow at the Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute, University of Nottingham. This video presents her perspective on interdisciplinary research, and it was produced as part of the Digital Humanities and Arts Praxis Project.

Prof Derek McAuley - Interrogating Interdisciplinarity

Derek McAuley is Professor of Digital Economy and Director of the Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute, University of Nottingham. This video presents his perspective on interdisciplinary research, and it was produced as part of the Digital Humanities and Arts Praxis Project.

Dominic Price - Interrogating Interdisciplinarity

Dominic Price is a Research Fellow at the Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute, University of Nottingham. This video presents his perspective on interdisciplinary research, and it was produced as part of the Digital Humanities and Arts Praxis Project.

Dr Joanna Robinson - Interrogating Interdisciplinarity

Joanna Robinson is Associate Professor in Drama and Performance, Director of Graduate Studies, School of English, University of Nottingham. This video presents her perspective on interdisciplinary research, and it was produced as part of the Digital Humanities and Arts Praxis Project.

Prof Maiken Umbach - Interrogating Interdisciplinarity

Maiken Umbach is Professor of Modern History, Department of History, and Research Director of the Faculty of Arts, University of Nottingham. This video presents her perspective on interdisciplinary research, and it was produced as part of the Digital Humanities and Arts Praxis Project.

Wander Thoresby

In the Wander Thoresby project, University of Nottingham collaborated with The Stonebridge Trust – managers of the Thoresby Estate – to reveal the Pierrepont collection and the history that inspired its creation to the public.


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