We are delighted to announce the recipients of the latest CDH Awards:
CDH bid development awards
Barbara McGillivray (MMLL): 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)
CDH digital resources awards
Malik Al Nasir (History): 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 (UIS): 3D digitisation, utilising IIIF-related tools and techniques to support the Darwin 3D Project
Leo Impett (Durham University): Digitisation of prints from the “Nichols Collection”, owned by Christ’s college, and on loan to the Fitzwilliam Museum
Eve Lacey (Skilliter Centre for Ottoman Studies, Newnham College): Digitisation of cassettes, VHS tapes, and reel-to-reel recordings made by Dr Margaret Bainbridge
Michael Loy / Anastasia Christophilopoulou (British School at Athens / Fitzwilliam Museum): 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.
CDH incubation awards
Sami Everett (FAMES): To convene an online workshop that will build towards a research consortium working on projects and issues in Euro-Mediterranean Jewish Studies.
Ronald Haynes (UIS): To create a proof-of-concept virtual museum for materials related to Charles Darwin held in various Cambridge collections