The Digital Humanities team
The College recognises the importance of embedding digital methods in the broad spectrum of our research, and has a dedicated team to enable this.
The team work alongside academic staff from pre-application to final report, and on speculative research, to deliver engaging and rigorous research outputs.
- Digitisation theory
- Text archives
- 3D models
- Scalable software development
- Sustainable data formats and archiving
The team encompass new methods as they are developed, often deploying technological advances in science and engineering, and strive to contribute knowledge and best practice back to the global Digital Humanities community.
Gary has particular interests in the production of digital critical editions, digitisation workflows and the preservation of digital resources. He is a strong advocate of standards such as TEI and XML, and has expertise in digital copyright and Open Source software development.
Charlotte's interests include the encoding and digital publication of textual materials (from ancient inscriptions to modern literature) and the application of Linked Open Data in Humanities research. She engages in Digital Humanities research across the College of Humanities, supporting existing projects and helping to design new bids.
Graham’s interests are in 2D and 3D digitisation. He also has experience in web development and database design.
Richard develops websites and blogs in WordPress, and digital collections in Omeka.
Mick's interests include digital image capture, image processing, and 3D object scanning/modelling. Mick provides technical support and assistance to a number of ongoing DH projects.
Hannah has experience in using WordPress and Omeka to create bespoke websites. She also has experience in encoding text using TEI.