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This page includes some of the latest news stories on digital humanities research in Cambridge.

Book 2.0 Call for Contributions

The editors of Book 2.0 invite articles on the rapidly growing application of digital tools to research and publishing strategies in the humanities and social sciences for a special issue scheduled for 2013.

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Cambridge Language Sciences launch event

This Cambridge-internal event is an opportunity to come and meet colleagues working in language research across the University.

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This Project Will Self-Destruct in Five Years

This Project Will Self-Destruct in Five Years

Call for presentations for the Cambridge Digital Humanities Early Careers Researchers sub-network workshop 2012 'This Project Will Self-Destruct in Five Years: the beginning, middle and end of a digital humanities project, and how to keep it alive'.

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ARTstor Digital Library

The University Library is pleased to announce the acquisition of access to the ARTstor digital library.

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Social Media Knowledge Exchange

New AHRC grant for Social Media Knowledge Exchange to run from March 2012 to October 2013

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Transferable Skills Training

New six-month project on digital humanities and Transferable Skills Training

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Board of Longitude

Navigating 18th Century Science and Technology: the Board of Longitude

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Magic and Medicine

A digital resource dedicated to Simon Forman, the notorious, self-styled astrologer-physician, later dubbed the "Elizabethan Pepys", has been launched to mark the 400th anniversary of his death.

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Cambridge gives Newton papers to the world

Cambridge gives Newton papers to the world

Isaac Newton’s own annotated copy of his Principia Mathematica is among his notebooks and manuscripts being made available online by Cambridge University Library.

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