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  • Digital Humanities hosts Tableau workshop

    06 Nov 2019
    Digital Humanities hosts Tableau workshop

    The Department of Digital Humanities proudly hosted Ciaran Flynn from Tableau, who delivered a compelling and engaging Workshop in why and how to use Tableau Desktop as a data visualisation and data Dashboarding platform.

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  • Dr Máirín MacCarron's new book on Bede and time is published

    01 Nov 2019
    Dr Máirín MacCarron's new book on Bede and time is published

    Dr Máirín MacCarron has just published a new book, Bede and Time: Computus, Theology and History in the Early Medieval World (Routledge: Studies in Early Medieval Britain and Ireland, 2020).

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  • Dr Máirín MacCarron contributes to workshop as part of Gendered Networks project

    01 Nov 2019
    Dr Máirín MacCarron contributes to workshop as part of Gendered Networks project

    Dr Máirín MacCarron has recently returned from a week-long workshop on network science in Porto Alegre, Brazil, as part of her collaborative project, Women, Conflict and Peace: Gendered Networks in Early Medieval Narratives, funded by the Leverhulme Trust.

     

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  • Dr Órla Murphy co-facilitates IRC-AHRC networking event

    29 Oct 2019
    Dr Órla Murphy co-facilitates IRC-AHRC networking event

    The Arts and Humanities Research Council of the UK (AHRC) and the Irish Research Council (IRC) are collaborating on a new programme that aims to deliver a transformational impact on Digital Humanities research in the UK and Ireland. The programme will exploit complementary strengths in the Digital Humanities between world-leading centres of excellence in the UK and Ireland, leading to new partnerships and cross-disciplinary projects, building capacity and enhancing the integration of humanities and technology in Digital Humanities development. A networking event intended to shape the collaboration was hosted at Dublin City University last week, where Dr Órla Murphy, Head of Digital Humanities at University College Cork, acted as co-facilitator alongside her UK counterpart, Durham University's Prof. Clare Warwick.

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  • Dr Órla Murphy and Catherine Bourne attend ACERR launch

    23 Sep 2019
    Dr Órla Murphy and Catherine Bourne attend ACERR launch

    ACERR, the Arts and Culture in Education Research Repository, was launched this week in Dublin. Dr Órla Murphy, Head of Digital Humanities, and Catherine Bourne, a PhD candidate in the department, were in attendance for the event, having contributed to the project's development. ACERR is an association of institutions committed to upholding the principles of the Arts in Education Charter and the Creative Ireland Programme, promoting Arts and Cultural Education and Arts in Education Research. ACERR has joined the Digital Repository of Ireland as a member in order to securely deposit materials relating to arts and culture in education in a trusted digital repository. Chaired by a Steering Group representing over 10 National Cultural and Educational institutions, ACERR intends to facilitate long-term preservation of arts and culture in education content from a broad range of backgrounds.

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  • UCC researcher receives IRC Advanced Laureate Award

    11 Apr 2019
    UCC researcher receives IRC Advanced Laureate Award

    UCCDH-affiliated Professor Brendan Dooley has been awarded an Advanced Laureate Award of €1 million to conduct ground breaking research over the next for years. The EURONEWS project is about exploring the information connectedness of premodern European society by examining the regular circulation of news in a vast range of pre-newspaper networks. The manuscript newsletters in question are located largely in some 200 file folders in Florence. Researchers responsible for a selection of these will be working closely with the EURONEWS team, the State Archives in Florence, as well as the Medici Archive Project organization, to implement a systematic extraction method for making sense of the whole mass of documentation and connecting the dots in an expanding pattern of exchanges stretching from Florence to Warsaw, from Paris to Madrid, from the Netherlands to Britain, Ireland and the American colonies. The project's ultimate goal, made feasible for the first time by this funding, is to reconstruct the fascinating news environment of an entire lost world, early modern Europe, at the birth of news.

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  • UCC celebrates launch of UNESCO Institute of Lifelong Learning

    27 Sep 2018
    UCC celebrates launch of UNESCO Institute of Lifelong Learning

    This Thursday at UCC we celebrated the launch of the UNESCO Institute of Lifelong Learning Videos that are a result of a collaboration between Cork a UNESCO City of Learning, and UIL, the UNESCO Institute of Lifelong Learning, in Hamburg.

    UCC is a proud partnere within this project team along with CIT and Cork City Council. This ongoing partnership demonstrates UCC's commitment to UNESCO's Sustainable Development Goals, the "SDGs" an ongoing commitment which is foregrounded in the university's new academic strategy for The Connected University.

    Our University is committed to welcoming all members of the community and opening our doors to learners at many different stages. How better to showcase this engagement and participation than through the co-creation of these videos that will travel around the world? These videos are created to inspire many other cities to follow the example of Cork and develop their own commitment to lifelong learning, to plan for learning, to encourage accessibility to learning, to celebrate learning in all its many forms.

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  • Launch of the Thomas Kent Inaugural History Symposium at Fermoy

    12 Jun 2018
    Launch of the Thomas Kent Inaugural History Symposium at Fermoy

    The Thomas Kent Inaugural History Symposium was launched in Fermoy on Thursday, June 7, fittingly, under the arches of Kent Bridge.

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  • Digital Humanities student receives funding from prestigious Simon Cumbers Media Fund Student Scheme

    21 Sep 2016
    Digital Humanities student receives funding from prestigious Simon Cumbers Media Fund Student Scheme

    Congratulations to DH student Kathy O'Hare who has been awarded funding under the Simon Cumbers Media Fund Student Scheme.

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