Click the links below to download the presentations given at the 5th Annual Digital Arts and Humanities Institute, 23 October 2015, Royal Irish Academy.
‘Connectivity and Collaboration in Digital Humanities‘ by Dr Claire Bailey-Ross.
‘Text as Networks‘ by Dr Alex O’Connor
‘Crowdsourcing and public humanities‘ by Dr Michael Pierse
‘Sharing data, opening research: research data and the digital humanities‘ by Rebecca Grant
Sara Kerr: ‘A corpus-based analysis of independence and dependence in the novels of Jane Austen, Maria Edgeworth and Sydney Owenson 1800-1818′.
Trine Riel: Philosophy as (a) material’.
Jessica Jones: ‘Curating the Self: Considerations of Death and the Digital’.
Patrick Egan: ‘Tracing the Sean O Riada Projects’.
Yiannis Doukas: ‘A digital representation of intertextuality in Greek Imperial Epic’.