A project funded by the Undergraduate Research Assistant Scheme has successfully completed the first stage of interdisciplinary work, between the Institute of Mediaeval Studies and the School of Computer Science. The long-term aim is to digitise and analyse early French bibles.
Does copyright law pose problems for research that makes use of text mining?
A new social network of early modern Britain is being created by digital humanities scholars at Carnegie Mellon and Georgetown Universities.
The Library is looking forward to launching the new St Andrews Digital Humanities Network with an interesting afternoon of short talks, presentations and panel discussion.
Following up on the very successful IDIR Summer of V’s events, we are kicking off a more informal bi-weekly discussion series where we can continue conversations around interdisciplinary approaches to technology and data, from both a humanities and sciences perspective.
Kris’ slides from the Summer of V’s event.
Dina’s slides from the Summer of V’s event.
Two links that might be of interest.
A recent article in the New York Times digs-in to the use data in the humanities.