Grupo de Investigación
Loughborough University, Leicestershire, Reino Unido
Directores: Lise Jaillant, Wim Van Mierlo
DH@lboro is an interdisciplinary research group in the digital humanities. It provides a regular forum for discussion and knowledge exchange on all aspects of digital humanities, digital media and digital environments. Bringing together researchers from across the entire School Arts, English and Drama, as well as from Business and Economics, Computer Science and the Library, DH@lboro considers the pervasiveness of the digital in contemporary culture and society. Its mission is to study these digital ecologies and foster the development of new digital models and tools.
DH@lboro provides a regular forum for discussing aspects of digital humanities, digital media and digital environments. Our research group is open to people from various disciplinary backgrounds, and will provide introductions to key debates, themes and applications in digital humanities. Its aims are to promote peer learning and knowledge sharing through our events and activities and provide opportunities for staff to create and expand networks and research collaborations within and beyond Loughborough, with HEIs, archives, museums and private sector organizations.
The group meets every two months during the academic year to discuss on-going research, explore specific themes, questions or concerns, and exchange information regarding events, opportunities, funding calls and so on.
Key areas of interest include data/knowledge management, digital archives, digital art books, digital cultural heritage, digital design, digital pedagogy, digital/distant reading, digital scholarly editing, and digital storytelling.
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