What do Shakespeare and Richard Curtis have in common?

Is love all around in the world of digital humanities, or is it more like a Shakespearian tragedy? There may have been 400 years between them, but the advent of digital humanities has brought together [...]

How to Code; or Alice’s Guide to Coding for Dummies

When it comes to digital humanities, I've got the 'humanities' bit down - but the 'digital' bit - not so much. My ineptitude with technology is well known, so the team at Chester recommended I [...]

By | September 9th, 2017|Categories: Blog, Coding, Digital Humanities|Tags: , , |

Old Hands and New Beginnings: stepping into the world of Digital Humanities

Since I started in April 2017 in the DHRC at the University of Chester my ‘digital’ world has exponentially expanded! I come from a totally non-digital background having been born in the mid- 1950’s. I [...]

By | August 15th, 2017|Categories: Blog, DHRC News, Digital Humanities, Research|Tags: , , |

Digital Humanities for Dummies

I'm Alice, a history student, a digital humanities novice, and notoriously bad with technology. So when I first came across digital humanities, it conjured up images of digitally savvy computer scientists dealing with huge amounts [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]