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  • The Spatial Humanities 2020 conference will be held in Lisbon where it will be hosted by the Universidade Nova de Lisboa. The dates will be 24-25th September 2020. More details are available from the link above.
  • We are delighted to announce that the 2019 winner is: Naja Algreen Suhr (University of Copenhagen) for “The elderly of Copenhagen in 1885.” Additionally, two other applicants, Kanish Garg (Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee) and Lena Zlock (Stanford University) were noted as highly commended.

 

Lancaster’s Digital Humanities Hub brings together internationally recognised centres of excellence in the spatial humanities, corpus linguistics and natural language processing (NLP), and combines these with broad expertise across the digital humanities as a whole. We draw on expertise from across Lancaster University, particularly from the following departments and centres:

Recent projects have been funded by: the European Research Council, the Andrew M. Mellon Foundation, the Leverhulme Trust, the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Economic and Social Research Council, COST, the US National Endowment for the Humanities, the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Newby Trust. We are strongly involved in collaborative work with non-academic organisations in the local region – which includes the Lake District – as well as with national and international organisations. 

We excited to announce that we are launching our new MA in Digital Humanities in 2019/20. We also have PhD students studying a range of inter-disciplinary topics and are keen to recruit more. We can provide access to an excellent range of digital resources to researchers and students, and we have a very active research community that runs a range of conferences, forums and seminar series. In addition, we offer short courses in a range of topics in Digital Humanities through the Lancaster Summer Schools series. Please see the Teaching & Training page for more information.

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