Digital Scholarship Seminar

The Digital Scholarship Seminar is a seminar for researchers working in any branch of the arts and humanities who are engaged in the creation and/or exploitation of digital resources in the course of their research.

The aims of the seminar are:

  1. To build and reinforce connections among the community of scholars in NUIG currently working on projects with digital elements.
  2. To provide a network of support for academics and students beginning new research programmes with a digital focus.
  3. To facilitate sharing of expertise among researchers engaged in digital methods and scholarship.
  4. To increase awareness of current digital projects among the wider research community.
  5. To bring outside expertise on digital research to NUIG on a regular basis with invited speakers.

See Archive for previous events.

Connect

Facebook: www.facebook.com/nuigdss
Mailing list: nuig-dss+subscribe@googlegroups.com

Contact

Pádraic Moran (Classics): padraic.moran@nuigalway.ie
Justin Tonra (English): justin.tonra@nuigalway.ie

 

Programme for Autumn 2014

Tuesday 11 November, 12–2pm, Hardiman Building G1001

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)

Thursday 27 November, 12–2pm, Hardiman Building G1001

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?

Tuesday 9 December, 12–2pm, Hardiman Building G010

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.