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Cambridge Digital Humanities


CDH is offering bursaries to University of Cambridge Early Career Researchers to participate in a number of Digital Humanities Conferences. These bursaries will cover approved travel at economy rates, registration fees and accommodation costs up to an approved maximum for DH conferences where the applicant will deliver a paper or, in certain cases, present a poster.

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Jeff Thompson, Artist in Residence at the Computer Laboratory

8 November 2018

Jeff Thompson, Assistant Professor and Program Director of Visual Arts & Technology at Stevens Institute of Technology, will be in Cambridge during the Michaelmas term as a Visiting Fellow at King’s College and Artist-in-Residence at the Computer Laboratory. Thompson’s work combines code, sculpture, sound, and...

Calls for Projects: Machine Reading the Archive

25 October 2018

Do you have a digital archives project which would benefit from expert guidance?

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