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We are delighted to announce the recipients of the CDH awards in Michaelmas term 2020.

 

CDH digital resource awards

Alexis Litvine (History): Digitisation of a series of enumerator books (“liste nominative du recensement”) for the French censuses of 1836 and 1851

Fangyu Liu and Qianchu Liu (Language Technology Lab, MMLL): To create an image-caption dataset containing natural images and their captions in multiple languages

Gioele Marozzi (University of Macerata, Italy): Digitisation of Giacomo Leopardi manuscripts held in Cambridge University Library

Timothy Cooper (Social Anthropology): Digitisation of large-format devotional religious posters displayed in religious shrines, homes and places of work in Pakistan

 

CDH project incubation awards

Rob Ralley: Construction and social network analysis of the Casebooks dataset

Zoe Svendsen (English): To make a materials-based pilot to further the concept of the Forensic Theatre Lab

 

CDH bid development award

Oliver Dunn (History): Towards a National Collection bid development: THOTH / Exchequer Port Books

 

CDH conference awards

Arild Stenburg (Music): To deliver paper, “Digital design strategies for the enhancement of rhythmic fluency" at 19th Rhythm Perception and Production Workshop (RPPW), University of Oslo, Norway

Zheng Liu (Intellectual Forum): To deliver paper, “Bringing political economy into the sociology of AI: The case of China” at British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2021: Remaking the Future

 

 

 

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