Below are the recipients of the CDH Awards in 2020-2021. Please visit CDH Awards for more information and how to apply for the current academic year.
Bid Development Awards
Barbara McGillivray ‘Computational Methods for Tracing the Evolution of Meaning in Ancient Languages’
Máire Ní Mhaonaigh ‘Interpretation of a Digital Corpus of Landscape Literature from Medieval Ireland’ (known as Dindshenchas Érenn)
Digital Resources Awards
Malik Al Nasir ‘The Sandbach Tinne Project’
TEI encoding for the Sandbach Tinne archive to be made available on the Cambridge Digital Library.
Stephen Gadd ‘Viae Regiae – Public History Project‘
Digitisation of 100 strip maps surveyed by John Ogilby held in Cambridge University Library.
Ronald Haynes ‘Dimensions of Darwin/Darwin 3D Project’
3D digitisation, utilising IIIF-related tools and techniques to support the Darwin 3D Project.
Leo Impett Digitisation of the Nichols Collection
Digitisation of prints from the “Nichols Collection”, owned by Christ’s college, and on loan to the Fitzwilliam Museum.
Eve Lacey Digitisation of recordings
Digitisation of cassettes, VHS tapes, and reel-to-reel recordings made by Dr Margaret Bainbridge.
Michael Loy & Anastasia Christophilopoulou ‘Being An Islander: Art and Identity of the large Mediterranean Islands’
Digitisation of the thirty-five notebooks of the Knossos excavations to form part of the ‘Being An Islander: Art and Identity of the large Mediterranean Islands’ research project and exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum.
Project Incubation Awards
Sami Everett To convene an online workshop that will build towards a research consortium working on projects and issues in Euro-Mediterranean Jewish Studies.
Ronald Haynes To create a proof-of-concept virtual museum for materials related to Charles Darwin held in various Cambridge collections.