Digital Humanities Durham (DH2) was founded in 2016. It is a new interdisciplinary research group, bringing together a vibrant network of people who research the impact and application of technology in the arts, humanities and cultural heritage.
#DHDurham is a growing network of scholars whose work takes place at the intersection of digital technologies and humanities. This includes emphasis from tool and application determined research, to the use of such technologies to assemble, transform, or manipulate digital content, to the use and impact of computational research methods to advance and to critically question conventional methods of analysis.
#DHDurham interests currently cluster in the following areas:
- Textual analysis: digital editions of literary texts;
- Websites that invite linguistic, social and historical analysis of literary works;
- Inter-text aggregation that link author or subject-oriented digital collections;
- Geospatial approaches to digital content;
- Modelling and Simulation.
- Digital Cultural Heritage