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Want to work with us in Digital Humanities? Posts open at the DHRC

The Digital Humanities Research Centre at the University of Chester is seeking to appoint a part time Research Assistant in Digital Humanities for 1 year, and a full time Senior Research Assistant in Digital Humanities for 3 years to be part of an international interdisciplinary team working on the project “Digging into Early Colonial Mexico: [...]

The DHRC gets T-AP Digging into Data Challenge grant!

We are excited to announce the latest addition to the rapidly expanding DHRC portfolio is the internationally significant research grant from the T-AP Digging into Data Challenge. One of only seven UK projects awarded this international funding, DHRC director, Dr Patricia Murrieta-Flores is part of the multinational cohort of scholars who will be using Big [...]

STSM for Reassembling the Republic of Letters at the DHRC

The DHRC is delighted to be hosting Dr Miguel Won as a researcher on a Short Scientific Mission, supported by the EU-COST initiative ‘Reassembling the Republic of Letters’. During his one-month stay at the DHRC of the University of Chester, Dr Won is looking to solve one of the most exciting challenges in the field [...]

Welcome New Team Members!

The DHRC team has been rapidly expanding with a series of new team members and students joining us to develop their research within and beyond the centre.  We are delighted to welcome four new scholars: Dr Angeliki Chrysanthi, Dr Anna Mackenzie, Dr Katherine Wilson and Gary Duckers. Dr Angeliki Chrysanthi (Digital Humanities) completed her PhD [...]

By | November 11th, 2016|DHRC News, Digital Humanities|0 Comments

Paul Mellon Centre Award

DHRC centre director Dr Patricia Murrieta-Flores and DHRC team members, Dr Ruth Nugent (Archaeology), Dr David Harry (History), Matt Williams (recent graduate in Computer Science), and Dr Naomi Howell (Medieval Literature, University of Exeter) have been awarded funding from the prestigious art historical body, The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. Submitted in response to [...]

By | November 2nd, 2016|DHRC News, Digital Humanities, Projects, Research|0 Comments

Hello World!

The University of Chester is very proud to announce the official opening of the Digital Humanities Research Centre. The DHRC is an initiative supported by the Faculty of Humanities, and is looking to bring together scholars from within and outside Chester, not only to create innovative research projects related to the use of technologies in [...]

By | October 4th, 2016|DHRC News, Digital Humanities|0 Comments