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Africa’s Voices

A research pilot project with radio stations, their communities and partners and, and FrontlineSMS:Radio

Arthur Schnitzler Digital

The aim of this project is to produce a digital critical edition of the literary works of Arthur Schnitzler from the period 1905 to 1931. The edition is being prepared through a binational collaboration between Germany and the UK and will be hosted by Cambridge University Library.

Board of Longitude (JISC)

 
Cambridge Centre for Digital Knowledge

The Cambridge Centre for Digital Knowledge (CCDK) constitutes an ambitious response to the current state of digital knowledge, in a form that enables swift, scalable and dynamic response to rapidly changing intellectual, cultural and technological conditions.

Cambridge Digital Library

 
Casebooks

A digital edition of Simon Forman’s & Richard Napier’s medical records 1596–1634

Chopin’s First Editions Online

 
Conspiracy and Democracy

Leverhulme-funded research project at CRASSH, University of Cambridge

Darwin Correspondence

 
Digital Editions

People working on digital editions

Digital Mapping

People working on digital mapping

Egypt's Contentious Media: Transnational Dimensions

This British Academy-funded project will map the transnational dimensions of Egypt's contentious politics through social media analysis.

Freeze Frame

Historic Polar Images, 1845-1982, from the Scott Polar Research Institute

Kaiserchronik Project

 
Mapping the Jewish Communities of the Byzantine Empire

 
Music Information Retrieval

This project is led by Dr Mark Gotham, Faculty of Music

New ICT and citizen-led governance in Africa/FrontlineSMS:Radio

New ICT and citizen-led governance in Africa/FrontlineSMS:Radio

Occupational Structure of Britain

 
Online Chopin Variorum Edition

 
Personal Histories

Senior scientists share their memories, life stories and past experiences.

We are a network of researchers at the University of Cambridge who are interested in how the use of digital tools is transforming scholarship in the humanities and social sciences. This transformation spans both the content and practice of humanities research, as the diffusion of digital technologies opens up new fields of study and generates research questions which breach traditional disciplinary boundaries.

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Machine Reading the Archive 2017/8 - registration now open

Sep 18, 2017

Register now to join our Machine Reading the Archive programme for 2017/8

Digital Cultures Research Group: Spring 2017 Programme

May 23, 2017

This term’s programme from the Digital Cultures Research group focuses on approaches to image analysis drawn from a range of fields, from neurosciences, to engineering design, to the philosophy of art.

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