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Mary Chester-Kadwell is PyDev of the week in The Mouse vs The Python blog

9 November 2020

Mouse vs Python welcomes Mary Chester-Kadwell (@marycktech) as PyDev of the Week. Mary is a software engineer at Cambridge University Library and Cambridge Digital Humanities. Read article

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CDH awards recipients, Michaelmas 2020

9 November 2020

Recipients of the CDH awards in Michaelmas term 2020

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Cambridge University Library launches digital preservation programme

5 November 2020

Ensuring current and future access to digital collections. By Caylin Smith

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VIDEO: Dr Tulp and the Theatre of Zoom

28 September 2020

This CDH Open performance is now available to view.

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BLOG: The Many Masks of Dr Tulp

24 September 2020

"Nowhere else is the lived experience in Covid spaces and their muted theatricality made more tangible than in Tulp’s Theatre of Zoom. It acts as a magnifying lens for our current moment. Tulp’s virtual autopsy cuts across the experience of online teaching, acting as it does in a void with next to no audience responses." Annja Newmann

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Call for papers: Association for Art History’s 2021 Annual Conference

23 September 2020

Anna Dahlgren and Amanda Wasielewski from the Department of Culture and Aesthetics, Stockholm University, invite paper proposals for their session at the Association for Art History’s 2021 Annual Conference.

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NEW: CDH funding opportunities

14 September 2020

Conference Bursary Awards, Digital Resouce Awards, Project Incubation Awards and Bid Development Awards.

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AoIR (Association of Internet Researchers) Conference 2020: places available!

10 September 2020

CDH has some free places for doctoral students to join the AoIR (Association of Internet Researchers) as part of its institutional membership.

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Application deadline extended: CDH Methods Fellows

8 September 2020

The application deadline has been extended to Wednesday, 23 September 2020.

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BLOG: The Many Masks of Dr Tulp

5 August 2020

Inspired by the intense theatre of looking in Rembrandt’s group portrait The Anatomy lesson of Dr Nicolaes Tulp (1632) and by the presence of Tulp and his surgeons on social media during lockdown.

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