Category Archives: Research

Galleries and Battleships – DRHA 2014

  Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts 2014 London – A Reflection The Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts Conference has a long history and has adapted and evolved in response to the digital world with which it engages. The digital humanities and digital arts each additionally contain their own meta-layers and historical […]

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DRHA 2014

Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts. The University of Greenwich and the Department of Creative Professions and Digital Arts, will host the DRHA2014 [Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts] International conference for the first time in its history, from 31st August 2014 -3rd September 2014. ———- Theme: Communication Futures: Connecting interdisciplinary design practices […]

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The British Library and UK Higher Education

Changing landscapes The British Library operates many services that support the Higher Education sector. It now works in a financial climate that is likely to alter fundamentally within the next three to five years as teaching funding for the arts and humanities begins to affect students’ decisions to progress with postgraduate degrees. The student population […]

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Stars of Page and Screen

I have been working on an idea concerning the sociology of libraries over the last few weeks. John B. Thompson, Professor of Sociology at Cambridge University, published a book recently, called Merchants of Culture. It is the most important modern work on the publishing industry and follows his equally essential Books in the Digital Age. […]

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