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Professor Claire Warwick

(email at c.l.h.warwick@durham.ac.uk)

Claire Warwick is a Professor of Digital Humanities in the Department of English at Durham University. She will complete her term as Pro-Vice-Chancellor: Research in August 2019. She was previously Head of UCL Department of Information Studies, and director of the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities, and began her academic career as a lecturer at Sheffield University’s iSchool. Her PhD, from Cambridge, was in English Literature, followed by a postdoctoral position at Oxford University’s Humanities Computing Unit and Faculty of English.

Her research is concerned with the way that digital resources are used in the humanities and cultural heritage; in the use of social media in these areas; and in reading behaviour in physical and digital spaces. She has led and co-investigated several digital humanities research projects, for example the INKE project and the QRator project. She collaborates widely, especially with researchers in Canada and the USA and has served on various advisory boards in digital humanities, for example Digital Manuscripts to Europeana (DM2E), and was a member of the Comite Scientifique du Campus Condorcet. She also chaired the international programme committee for the DH2009 conference.

Research Interests

  • Digital Humanities
  • Digital reading
  • User studies and human computer interaction
  • History of cyberspace
  • Digital cultural heritage studies

Selected Publications

Edited book

  • Warwick, C., Terras, M. & Nyhan, J. (2012). Digital Humanities in Practice. London: Facet Publishing Facet Publishing in association with UCL Centre for Digital Humanities.

Chapter in book

  • Warwick, C. (2019). “They Also Serve” What DH Might Learn about Controversy and Service from Disciplinary Analogies. In Debates in the Digital Humanities, 2019. Gold, M. & Klein, L. Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press. 46-60.
  • Kamposiori, C., Warwick, C. & Mahony, S. (2018). Building Personal Research Collections in Art History. In Cultural Heritage Digital Tools and Infrastructure. Benardou, A., Champion, E., Dallas, C. & Hughes, L. Routledge. 82-96.
  • Warwick, C. (2016). Building theories or theories of building? A tension at the heart of digital humanities. In A New Companion to Digital Humanities. Schreibman, S., Siemens, R. & Unsworth, J. Wiley-Blackwell. 538-552.
  • Ross, C., Carnall, M., Hudson-Smith, A., Warwick, C., Terras, M. & S Gray (2013). Enhancing museum narratives: Tales of things and UCL's grant museum. In The Mobile Story: Narrative Practices with Locative Technologies. Farman, Jason Routledge. 276-289.
  • Warwick, C.L.H. (2013). The Jar of Moles: Twitter celebrities and visitors' favourite. In Conversation Pieces: Inspirational objects in UCL's historic collections. Carnall, Mark Oxford, UK: Shire Publications. 34-35.
  • Warwick, C., Terras, M., Galina, I., Huntington, P. & Pappa, N. (2012). Bibliothèques, ressources d'information et utlisateurs de ressources électroniques dans les sciences humaines. In Pratiques documentaires numériques à l'université. Chartron, Ghislaine, Épron, Benoît & Mahé, Annaïg Villeurbanne, Rhône: Presses de l'enssib. 139-174.
  • Terras, M., Ross, C. & Warwick, C. (2011). Building Useful Virtual Research Environments: the Need for User-Led Design. In University Libraries and Digital Learning Environments. Dale, P., Beard, J. & Holland, M. London: Ashgate. 151-168.
  • Warwick, C. (2008). Premature elegies: e-books, electronic publishing and reading. In Reader Development in Practice: bringing literature to readers. Hornby, S. & Glass, B. London: Facet. 159-174.
  • Warwick, C. (2004). Print Scholarship and Digital Resources. In A Companion to Digital Humanities. Schreibman, S., Siemens, R. & Unsworth, J. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell. 26: 366-382.
  • Warwick, C. (2002). Electronic Publishing: what difference does it make? In Challenge and Change in the Information Society. Hornby, S. & Clark, Z. London, UK: Facet Publishing. 200-218.
  • Warwick, C. (2001). 'Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated': Scholarly editing in the digital age. In New Media and the Humanities: Research and Applications - Proceedings of the First Seminar "Computers, Literature and Philology", Edinburgh 7-9 September 1998. Fiormonte, D. & Usher, J. Oxford, UK: Humanities Computing Unit. 55-62.
  • Warwick, C. (1996). 'Love thou art absolute': Richard Crashaw and the discourse of human and divine love. In Sacred and Profane: The Interplay of Secular and Devotional Literature. Wilcox, Helen. Todd, Richard & MacDonald, Alasdair A. Amsterdam: VU University Press. 237-250.

Journal Article

  • Bailey-Ross, C., Beresford, A., Smith, D. & Warwick, C. (2019). Aesthetic Appreciation and Spanish Art: Insights from Eye-Tracking. Digital Studies in the Humanities
  • Warwick, Claire (2017). "Beauty is Truth: Multi-sensory input and the challenge of designing aesthetically pleasing digital resources.". Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 32(Supplement 2): 135-150.
  • Bailey-Ross, C., Gray, S., Ashby, J., Terras, M., Hudson-Smith, A. & Warwick, C. (2017). Engaging the museum space: Mobilizing visitor engagement with digital content creation. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 32(4): 689-708.
  • Dietz, L, Warwick, C & Rayner, S (2015). Auditioning for Permanence. Logos 26(4): 22.
  • Ross, C., Gray, S., Warwick, C., Hudson-Smith, A. & Terras, M. (2014). Engaging the Museum Space: Mobilising Visitor Engagement with Digital Content Creation. Literary and Linguistic Computing
  • Warwick, C., Terras, M., Galina, I., Huntington, P. & Pappa, N. (2014). Reasons for the use or neglect of digital resources in the humanities: results of the LAIRAH study.
  • Williams, S., Terras, M. & Warwick, C. (2013). How Twitter is studied in the Medical Professions: A classification of Twitter papers indexed in PubMed. Medicine 2.0 2(2): e2.
  • Gooding, P., Terras, M. & Warwick, C. (2013). The myth of the new: Mass digitization, distant reading, and the future of the book. Literary and Linguistic Computing 28(4): 629-639.
  • Carim, L. & Warwick, C. (2013). Use of social media for corporate communications by research-funding organisations in the UK. Public Relations Review 39(5): 521-525.
  • Williams, S., Terras, M. & Warwick, C. (2013). What people study when they study Twitter? Classifying Twitter related academic papers. Journal of Documentation 69(3): 384-410.
  • Siemens, L., Cunningham, R., Duff, W. & Warwick, C. (2011). A tale of two cities: implications of the similarities and differences in collaborative approaches within the digital libraries and digital humanities communities. Literary and Linguistic Computing 26(3): 335-348.
  • Warwick, C. (2011). Archive 360: The Walt Whitman Archive. Archive Journal 1(1).
  • Ross, C., Terras, M., Warwick, C. & Welsh, A. (2011). Enabled backchannel: conference Twitter use by digital humanists. Journal of Documentation 67(2): 214-237.
  • Makri, S., Blandford, A., Cox, A.L., Attfield, S. & Warwick, C. (2011). Evaluating the Information Behaviour methods: Formative evaluations of two methods for assessing the functionality and usability of electronic information resources. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 69(7-8): 455-482.
  • Warwick, C. & Welger-Barboza, Corinne (2011). Master UCLDH - En savoir un peu plus. avec Claire Warwick, Centre Director. L'Observatoire critique: étude des ressources numériques pour l'histoire de l'art
  • Makri, S. & Warwick, C. (2010). Information for inspiration: Understanding architects' information seeking and use behaviors to inform design. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 61(9): 1745-1770.
  • Warwick, C. & Singer, K. (2010). Introduction. Literary and Linguistic Computing 25(4): 363-364.
  • Warwick, C. (2010). Text Editing, Print and the Digital World. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 61(2): 428-430.
  • Siemens, L., Cunningham, R., Duff, W. & Warwick, C. (2009). “It challenges members to think of their work through another kind of specialist's eyes” Exploration of the benefits and challenges of diversity in digital project teams. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 46(1): 1-14.
  • Siemens, R., Warwick, C., Cunningham, R., Dobson, T., Galey, A., Ruecker, S., Schreibman, S. & L’équipe du projet Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) (2009). Codex Ultor Vers des fondations conceptuelles et théoriques pour de nouvelles recherches sur les livres et les environnements. Mémoires du livre = Studies in Book Culture 1(1).
  • Siemens, R., Warwick, C., Cunningham, R., Dobson, T., Galey, A., Ruecker, S., Schreibman, S. & INKE Team (2009). Codex Ultor: Toward a Conceptual and Theoretical Foundation for New Research on Books and Knowledge Environments. Digital studies. = Le champ numérique 1(2).
  • Warwick, C., Rimmer, J., Blandford, A., Gow, J. & Buchanan, G. (2009). Cognitive economy and satisficing in information seeking: A longitudinal study of undergraduate information behavior. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 60(12): 2402-2415.
  • Warwick, C., Galina, I., Rimmer, J., Terras, M., Blandford, A., Gow, J. & Buchanan, G. (2009). Documentation and the users of digital resources in the humanities. Journal of Documentation 65(1): 33-57.
  • Warwick, C. (2009). From Papyrus to Hypertext: Towards the Universal Digital Library. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 60(9): 1947-1948.
  • Opas-Hänninen, L.L., Ore, E.S. & Warwick, C. (2009). Intoduction. Literary and Linguistic Computing 24(2): 127-128.
  • Warwick, C., Fisher, C., Terras, M., Baker, M., Clarke, A., Fulford, M., Grove, M., O'Riordan, E. & Rains, M. (2009). iTrench: a study of user reactions to the use of information technology in field archaeology. Literary and Linguistic Computing 24(2): 211-223.
  • Warwick, C. (2009). Ray Siemens and Susan Schreibman (eds.). The Blackwell Companion to Digital Literary Studies. Review of English Studies 60(244): 335-338.
  • Rimmer, J., Warwick, C., Blandford, A., Gow, J. & Buchanan, G. (2008). An examination of the physical and the digital qualities of humanities research. Information Processing and Management 44(3): 1374-1392.
  • Warwick, C., Terras, M., Huntington, P. & Pappa, N. (2008). If You Build It Will They Come? The LAIRAH Study: Quantifying the Use of Online Resources in the Arts and Humanities through Statistical Analysis of User Log Data. Literary and Linguistic Computing 23(1): 85-102.
  • Warwick, C., Terras, M., Galina, I., Huntington, P. & Pappa, N. (2008). Library and information resources and users of digital resources in the humanities. Program 42(1): 5-27.
  • Warwick, C., Galina, I., Terras, M., Huntington, P. & Pappa, N. (2008). The master builders: LAIRAH research on good practice in the construction of digital humanities projects. Literary and Linguistic Computing 23(3): 383-396.
  • Blandford, A., Adams, A., Attfield, S., Buchanan, G., Gow, J., Makri, S., Rimmer, J. & Warwick, C. (2008). The PRET A Rapporter framework: Evaluating digital libraries from the perspective of information work. Information Processing and Management 44(1): 4-21.
  • Makri, S., Blandford, A., Gow, J., Rimmer, J., Warwick, C. & Buchanan, G. (2007). A library or just another information resource? A case study of users' mental models of traditional and digital libraries. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 58(3): 433-445.
  • Stevenson, I. & Warwick, C. (2007). Publishing Education in the Digital Age. IMI- EPS Technologies (January 2007).
  • Warwick, C. (2006). Making Knowledge Visible. Communicating Knowledge Through Information Product. Elisabeth Orna. Aldershot: Gower, 2005. 212 pp. ISBN 0-566-08563-1. £29.95 (paperback). Literary and Linguistic Computing 22(2): 248-250.
  • Meckseper, C. & Warwick, C. (2003). The Publication of Archaeological Excavation Reports Using XML. Literary and Linguistic Computing 18(1): 63-75.
  • Warwick, C. (2002). The Internet: Its impact and evaluation. Proceedings of an International Forum held at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Park, 16-18th July 1999. Journal of Documentation 58(1): 129-131.
  • Warwick, C. & Pritchard, E. (2000). 'Hyped' text markup language. XML and the future of web markup. Aslib Proceedings 52(5): 174-184.
  • Warwick, C. (2000). Catherine Mambretti. CD-ROM technology: a manual for librarians and educators. Jefferson, NC, London: McFarland, 1998. ix, 299 pp. £35.95. 0786405015. Journal of Documentation 56(4): 462-464.
  • Warwick, C. (2000). The lowest canonical denominator: Electronic literary texts, and the role of the information professional. Information Research 5(2).

Conference Paper

  • Kamposiori, K., Warwick, C. & Mahony, S. (2017), Accessing and Using Digital Libraries in Art History, Digital Encounters with Cultural Heritage. Dresden.
  • Bailey-Ross, C, Beresford, A, Smith, D & Warwick, C (2017), Aesthetic Appreciation And Spanish Art: Insights from Eye-Tracking, Digital Humanities 2017. Montreal, Canada, August 8-11
  • Blandford, A., Brown, S., Dobson, T., Faisal, S., Fiorentino, C., Frizzera, L., Giacometti, A., Heller, B., Ilovan, M., Michura, P., Nelson, B., Radzikowska, M., Rockwell, G., Ruecker, S., Sinclair, S., Sondheim, D., Warwick, C. & Windsor, J. (2012), Designing Interactive Reading Environments for the Online Scholarly Edition, Digital Humanities 2012. Hamburg, Germany.
  • Williams, S., Terras, M. & Warwick, C. (2012), Do Computer Science Scholars Consider Issues of Privacy when Studying Large Twitter Data Sets?, Asian Privacy Scholars Network, 2nd International Conference, Privacy in the Social Networked World. Tokyo.
  • Ross, C., Gray, S., Warwick, C., Hudson-Smith, A. & Terras, M. (2012), Engaging the Museum Space: Mobilising Visitor Engagement with Digital Content Creation, Digital Humanities 2012. Hamburg, Germany.
  • Gray, S., Ross, C., Hudson-Smith, A., Warwick, C. & Terras, M. (2012), Enhancing Museum Narratives with the QRator Project: a Tasmanian devil, a Platypus and a Dead Man in a Box, Museums and the Web 2012 (MW2012). San Diego, CA, USA.
  • Hudson-Smith, A., Gray, S., Ross, C., Barthel, R., De Jode, M., Warwick, C. & Terras, M. (2012), Experiments with the internet of things in museum space: QRator, in Dey, Anind K. & Chu, Hao-Hua eds, UbiComp'12 - 2012 ACM Conference on Ubiquitous Computing. Pittsburgh, PA, USA, Association for Computing Machinery, New York, 1183-1184.
  • Gooding, P., Warwick, C. & Terras, M. (2012), The Myth of the New: Mass Digitization, Distant Reading and the Future of the Book, Digital Humanities 2012. Hamburg, Germany.
  • Warwick, C. (2011), 'This looks a bit dodgy': the problem of data usability and maintenance when funding runs out, Research databases in the humanities - where next?'. Rewley House, Oxford, UK.
  • Siemens, L., Burr, E., Cunningham, R., Forrest, D., Duff, W. & Warwick, C. (2011), A Trip Around the World: Balancing Geographical Diversity in Academic Research Teams, Digital Humanities 2011. Stanford, CA, USA, Stanford University, 226-229.
  • Warwick, C., Mahony, S., Nyhan, J., Ross, C., Terras, M., Tiedau, U. & Welsh, A. (2011), UCLDH: Big Tent Digital Humanities in Practice, Digital Humanities 2011. Stanford, CA, US, Stanford University, 387-389.
  • Terras, M., Warwick, C. & Ross, C. (2010), Bridging the gap between users and developers: user centred design of a Virtual Research Environment to support academic collaboration, DRHA 2010 Conference: Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts. London.
  • Hawkins, M., Julier, S., Iliffe, R., Weyrich, T., Terras, M. & Warwick, C. (2010), Digital Historical Research: An Ideal Case Study for Networked Visualisation Research, Visualising Networks: Coping with Change and Uncertainty (IST-093). NATO Science and Technology Organization, RTO-MP-IST-093 AC/323(IST-093)TP/470.
  • Taylor, K., Dobson, T., Piquette, K.E., Warwick, C. & INKE Team (2010), Humanists' Use of Digital Technology for Teaching and Research, Society for Digital Humanities/Société pour l'étude des médias interactifs (SDH/SEMI) 2010.
  • Terras, M., Warwick, C. & Fisher, C. (2010), Integrating New Technologies into Established Systems: a case study from Roman Silchester, 37th Annual Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference. Williamsburg, Virginia, USA.
  • Warwick, C. (2010), Luddites or Critics? Designing Useful Digital Resources for Humanities Scholars, Fiesole Collection Development Retreat Series The 12th Fiesole Collection Development Retreat. Leuven, Belgium, Casalini Libri, Leuven.
  • Ross, C., Terras, M., Warwick, C. & Welsh, A. (2010), Pointless Babble or Enabled Backchannel: Conference Use of Twitter by Digital Humanists, Digital Humanities 2010. London, Office for Humanities Communication and Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King’s College London, London, 214-217.
  • Piquette, K.E., Warwick, C., Dobson, T., Kopak, R., Taylor, K., Galey, A., Duff, W., Monk-Leeson, E. & INKE Team (2010), Reader Experience in Physical and Digital Environments, Society for Digital Humanities/Société pour l'étude des médias interactifs (SDH/SEMI) 2010.
  • Warwick, C., Terras, M., Bulger, M. & De La Flor, G. (2010), Researchers Use of Information resources in the Humanities, Expert Seminar: 'Digital Collections: Use, Value and Impact'. London.
  • Menezes, C., Nonnecke, B., Brown, S., Ruecker, S. & Warwick, C. (2010), VidLog Understading and Visualizing Website Usage through Logfile Analysis, Society for Digital Humanities/Société pour l'étude des médias interactifs (SDH/SEMI) 2010.
  • Siemens, L., Cunningham, R., Duff, W. & Warwick, C. (2009), "Able To Develop Much Larger and More Ambitious Projects": An Exploration of Digital Projects Teams, DigCCurr 2009: Digital Curation Practice, Promise and Prospects. April 1-3, 2009, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA. Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, Chapel Hill NC.
  • Siemens, L., Cunningham, R., Duff, W. & Warwick, C. (2009), "It challenges members to think of their work through another kind of specialist's eyes": Exploration of the Benefits and Challenges of Diversity in Digital Project Teams, 2009 ASIS&T Annual Meeting, Thriving on Diversity - Information Opportunities in a Pluralistic World, November 6-11, 2009, Vancouver, BC, Canada. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  • Siemens, L., Cunningham, R., Duff, W. & Warwick, C. (2009), “More minds are brought to bear on a problem” Methods of Interaction and Collaboration within Digital Humanities Research Teams, Digital Humanities/Société pour l’étude des médias interactifs will be held in the MacOdrum Library at Carleton University, Ottawa, May 25-27. The MacOdrum Library at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, MacOdrum Library at Carleton University, Ottawa.
  • Warwick, C. (2009), Digital Resources in the Humanities and their users, Diversité des pratiques documentaires numériques dans les champs scientifiques. Villeurbanne, Rhône, France, Enssib.
  • Brown, S., Nonnecke, B., Ruecker, S. & Warwick, C. (2009), Studying Orlando's Interfaces, Society for Digital Humanities/Société pour l'étude des médias interactifs (SDH/SEMI) 2009, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, May 25 - 27. MacOdrum Library at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, MacOdrum Library at Carleton University, Ottawa.
  • Siemens, L., Cunningham, R., Duff, W. & Warwick, C. (2009), Training collaborative scholars: Creating space for learning through student involvement in research teams, The Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education Conference, Carleton University, Ottawa, May, 25-27, 2009. Ottawa.
  • Warwick, C. (2008), ‘Humanities scholars, research and reading, in physical and digital environments’, in Opas-Hänninen, Lisa Lena, Jokelainen, Mikko, Juuso, Ilkka & Seppänen, Tapio eds, Digital Humanities Digital Humanities 2008, University of Oulu, Finland, June 25-29 2008. Oulu, Finland, English Philology, University of Oulu, 32-33.
  • Warwick, C., Siemens, R. & Ruecker, S. (2008), Codex Redux: books and new knowledge environments, in Kantor, Paul B., Kazai, Gabriella, Milic-Frayling, Natasa & Wilkinson, Ross eds, International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM) 2008 ACM Workshop on Research Advances in Large Digital Book Repositories. Napa Valley, California, USA, Association for Computing Machinery, New York, 29-32.
  • Fisher, C., Warwick, C. & Terras, M. (2008), Digital archaeology: excavating user needs for archaeological systems, World Archaeological Congress (WAC) World Archaeological Congress 6 (WAC-6), Dublin, Ireland, 29th June - 4th July 2008. Dublin, Ireland, University College Dublin.
  • Warwick, C., Terras, M. & Fisher, C. (2008), iTrench: A Study of the Use of Information Technology in Field Archaeology, in Opas-Hänninen, Lisa Lena, Jokelainen, Mikko, Juuso, Ilkka & Seppänen, Tapio eds, Digital Humanities Digital Humanities 2008, University of Oulu, Finland, June 25-29 2008. Oulu, Finland, English Philology, University of Oulu, Oulu, 218-220.
  • Warwick, C. (2008), Reading and pleasure: humanities scholars and positive experiences of physical and virtual information environments, Models of Partnership in Digital Research, Sheffield University, June 17th 2008. Sheffield, UK, Sheffield Hallam University.
  • Baker, M., Fisher, C., O'Riordan, E., Grove, M., Fulford, M., Warwick, C., Terras, M., Clarke, A. & Rains, M. (2008), VERA: A Virtual Environment for Research in Archaeology, 4th International Conference on e-Social Science, University of Manchester, June 18-20, 2008. Manchester, UK, University of Manchester.
  • Terras, M., Warwick, C., Fisher, C., Baker, M., Clarke, A., Fulford, M., Grove, M., O'Riordan, E. & Rains, M. (2008), Virtual Environments for Research in Archaeology (VERA): Use and Usability of Integrated Virtual Environments in Archaeological Research, Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts 2008: New Communities of Knowledge and Practice. University of Cambridge, 14th- 17th September 2008. Cambridge, UK, University of Cambridge.
  • Blandford, A., Gow, J., Buchanan, G., Warwick, C. & Rimmer, J. (2007), Creators, composers and consumers: Experiences of designing a digital library, in Baranauskas, C., Palanque, P., Abascal, J. & Barbosa, S.D.J. eds, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 4662 4662: Human-Computer Interaction – INTERACT 2007: 11th IFIP TC 13 International Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 10-14, 2007, Proceedings, Part I. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Springer, 239-242.
  • Buchanan, G., Gow, J., Blandford, A., Rimmer, J. & Warwick, C. (2007), Representing aggregate works in the digital library, in Rasmussen, E., Larson, R.R., Toms, E. & Sugimoto, S. eds, Proceedings of the 7th ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, June 18-23, 2007 building & sustaining the digital environment: JCDL 2007. Vancouver, British Columbia, ACM Press, Vancouver, British Columbia, 247-256.

Conference Proceeding

  • Warwick, C., Terras, M., Galina, I., Huntington, P. & Pappa, N. (2007). Evaluating Digital Humanities Resources: The LAIRAH Project Checklist and the Internet Shakespeare Editions Project. Openness in Digital Publishing: Awareness, Discovery and Access - Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Electronic Publishing – Vienna, Austria – June 2007, Vienna, Austria, ELPUB.
  • Warwick, C., Terras, M., Huntington, P., Pappa, N. & Galina, I. (2007). The Master Builders: LAIRAH Research on Good Practice in the Construction of Digital Humanities Projects. Digital Humanites 2007: The 19th joint international conference of the Association for Computing in the Humanities and the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing. University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, June 4-8, 2007, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, US, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois.
  • Shepherd, E., Terras, M. & Warwick, C. (2007). UCL SLAIS: Research and Expertise in Digital Curation. UCL Digital Curation Day, 16th January 2007, University College London, London, UK.
  • Fisher, C., Terras, M. & Warwick, C. (2007). User Engagement Research. 1st VRE2 programme meeting, University of Reading, 29th November 2007, University of Reading, Reading, UK.
  • Warwick, C. (2006). "And bring your reading to its proper use" Reading and its uses in humanities research. Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) Book Research Meeting. University of British Columbia, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Warwick, C. (2006). A Dubious Legacy: Problems of the re-use of data for digital humanities research. Oxford Text Archive at 30 (1976-2006) Conference/Celebration, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.
  • Warwick, C., Buchanan, G., Rimmer, J., Blandford, A. & Gow, J. (2006). Code, comments and consistency, a case study of the problems of reuse of encoded texts. Digital Humanities 2006: The First ADHO International Conference, Université Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France, Centre de Recherche Cultures Anglophones et Technologies de l’Information, Université Paris-Sorbonne.
  • Blandford, A., Rimmer, J. & Warwick, C. (2006). Experiences of the library in the digital age. 3rd International Conference “Cultural Convergence and Digital Technology”, 23-25 November 2006, Hellenic Cosmos, Tavros, Athens, Greece.
  • Rimmer, J., Warwick, C., Blandford, A., Gow, J. & Buchanan, G. (2006). Humanities Scholars' Information-seeking Behaviour and Use of Digital Resources. Proceedings of the Digital Libraries in the Context of Users' Broader Activities First International Workshop, DL-CUBA 2006 Chapel Hill, USA, June 15, 2006, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, UCL Interaction Centre (UCLIC), University College London.
  • Warwick, C., Terras, M., Huntington, P. & Pappa, N. (2006). If you build it will they come? The LAIRAH study: quantifying the use of online resources in the Arts and Humanities through statistical analysis of user log data. Digital Humanities 2006: The First ADHO International Conference, Université Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France, Centre de Recherche Cultures Anglophones et Technologies de l’Information, Université Paris-Sorbonne.
  • Rimmer, J., Warwick, C., Blandford, A., Gow, J. & Buchanan, G. (2006). Information seeking in the Humanities: physicality and digitality. Physicality 2006 first International Workshop on Physicality, Lancaster University, UK, 6-7 February 2006 position papers, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK, Lancaster University.
  • Buchanan, G., Gow, J., Blandford, A., Rimmer, J. & Warwick, C. (2006). Representing aggregate works in the digital library. Research and advanced technology for digital libraries 10th European conference, ECDL 2006, Alicante, Spain, September 17-22, 2006 proceedings, Alicante, Spain, Springer.
  • Pappa, N., Warwick, C., Terras, M. & Huntington, P. (2006). The (In)visibility of Digital Humanites Resources in Academic Contexts. Digital Humanities 2006: The First ADHO International Conference, Université Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France, Centre de Recherche Cultures Anglophones et Technologies de l’Information, Université Paris-Sorbonne.
  • Haswell, E., Driscoll, M.J. & Warwick, C. (2006). Towards a Union Catalogue of XML-Encoded Manuscript Descriptions. Digital Humanities 2006: The First ADHO International Conference, Université Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France, Centre de Recherche Cultures Anglophones et Technologies de l’Information, Université Paris-Sorbonne.
  • Rimmer, J., Warwick, C., Blandford, A., Gow, J. & Buchanan, G. (2006). User Requirements for Humanities Digital Libraries. Digital Humanities 2006: The First ADHO International Conference, Université Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France, Centre de Recherche Cultures Anglophones et Technologies de l’Information, Université Paris-Sorbonne.
  • Warwick, C. (2006). Users as Partners. Partnerships in Humanities Computing, Sheffield Hallam University, June 28 2006, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK.
  • Warwick, C., Terras, M., Huntington, P., Pappa, N. & Galina, I. (2006). What's in a name? Measuring use and non-use of Digital Resources in the Arts and Humanities through Log Analysis Techniques. Digital Resources in the Humanities and Arts, Dartington College of Arts, 3-6 September, Totnes, Devon, UK.
  • Daneker, I. & Warwick, C. (2005). A la Carte Schema: A Case Study Comparison of the Application of DTDs and XML Schema to the Carte Calendar Project Template. The Association for Computers and the Humanities-Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing, University of Victoria, Canada, June 15 - June 18, University of Victoria, Victoria BC, Canada.
  • Haswell, E., Warwick, C. & Driscoll, M. (2005). A Web-Based Catalogue of TEI-Encoded Manuscript Descriptions Using a Native XML Database. CaSTA 2005, University of Alberta, 3-7 October 2005, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  • Buchanan, G., Cunningham, S.J., Blandford, A., Rimmer, J. & Warwick, C. (2005). Information seeking by humanities scholars. Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries 9th European conference, ECDL 2005, Vienna, Austria, September 18-23, 2005 proceedings, Vienna, Austria, Springer.
  • Schreibman, S., Siemens, R., Unsworth, J., McCarty, W., Smith, M.N., Rockwell, G., Smith, A., Warwick, C. & Willett, P. (2005). The Blackwell Companion to Digital Humanities: a Roundtable Discussion. ACH/ALLC 2005 The International Conference on Humanities Computing and Digital Scholarship: The 17th Joint International Conference University of Victoria June 15 - June 18, 2005, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, Humanities Computing and Media Centre, University of Victoria.
  • Warwick, C., Rimmer, J., Blandford, A. & Buchanan, G. (2005). User centred interactive search in the humanities. Proceedings of the 5th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries, Denver, CO, USA, ACM Press.
  • Warwick, C., Blandford, A. & Buchanan, G. (2005). User Centred Interactive Search: a Study of Humanities Researchers in a Digital Library Environment. ACH/ALLC 2005 The International Conference on Humanities Computing and Digital Scholarship: The 17th Joint International Conference University of Victoria June 15 - June 18, 2005, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, Humanities Computing and Media Centre, University of Victoria.
  • Warwick, C. (2004). No such thing as Humanities Computing? An analytical history of digital resource creation and computing in the humanities. ALLC/ACH 2004 Joint International Conference of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing and the Association for Computers and the Humanities, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, June 11 - 16, 2004, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
  • Warwick, C. (2004). Whose funeral? A case study of computational methods and reasons for their use or neglect in English literature. CaSTA 2004 - The Face of Text, Computer Assisted Text Analysis in the Humanities, Canadian Symposium on Text Analysis November 19 - 21, 2004 McMaster University, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
  • Warwick, C., Lindsay, K. & Lee, S.D. (2002). Conflict Resolution and the Battle of Maldon: a Practical study of the combination of Hypertext, Usability and Literary theories. Digital Resources in the Humanities. University of Edinburgh, September 8-11 2002, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK.
  • Warwick, C. & Meckseper, C. (2002). Excavating a Resource: The Electronic Dissemination of Archaeological Grey Literature Using XML and TEI. Elpub2002, Technology Interactions. The 6th International ICCC/IFIP Conference on Electronic Publishing, Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic 6-8 November, Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic, Verlag für Wissenschaft und Forschung.
  • Warwick, C. & Carty, C. (2001). Only Connect, a Study of the Problems caused by platform specificity and researcher isolation in humanities computing. Electronic publishing '01 2001 in the digital publishing odyssey proceedings of an ICCC/IFIP conference held at the University of Kent at Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom, 5-7 July, 2001, University of Kent at Canterbury, Kent, UK, IOS Press.
  • Seal, J., Girdlestone, M. & Warwick, C. (2001). Querying keywords: analysis of a survey to look at on-line research methods of the actual and potential users of the Perdita Project. Digital Evidence: Selected papers from DRH2000, Digital Resources for the Humanities conference, University of Sheffield, September 2000, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK, Office for Humanities Communication.
  • Seal, J., Warwick, C. & Clarke, E. (2000). Perdita's Progress: Raising Standards in a TEI-based Approach to Cataloguing Early Modern Manuscripts. ALLC/ACH 2000 Conference, University of Glasgow 21 - 25 July, 2000, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
  • Warwick, C. (2000). Technophobes, or the Nintendo generation? A study of the use of ICT in teaching and learning in Modern Languages. ALLC/ACH 2000 Conference, University of Glasgow 21 - 25 July, 2000, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, UK.
  • Warwick, C. (1999). English literature, electronic text, and computer analysis: An impossible combination?. ACH/ALLC 1999 Conference. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, June 9-13, 1999, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA, University of Virginia, Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities.
  • Warwick, C. (1999). The lowest canonical denominator: Electronic literary texts, and their publication, collection and preservation. New fields for Research in the 21st Century: Proceedings of the 3rd British-Nordic Conference on Library and Information Studies. 12-14 April 1999, Borås, Sweden, Borås, Sweden, The Swedish School of Library and Information Studies University College of Borås.
  • Warwick, C. (1997). The British National Corpus. Digital Resources for the Humanities, Conference St Anne's College Oxford, 14th-17th September 1997, St Anne's College, Oxford, UK.
  • Burnard, L., Warwick, C. & Aston, G. (1997). The SARA Software package and the BNC. 18th ICAME Conference, Chester, 21-25 May 1997, Chester, England, UK.
  • Warwick, C. (1997). Using the British National Corpus. Educational Technology for Language Learning, 7 CTI Centre for Modern Languages and Aston University February 5-6 1997, Aston University, Birmingham, UK.

Newspaper/Magazine Article

  • Jha, Alok (Published). Google creates a tool to probe 'genome' of English words for cultural trends. The Guardian Thursday 16 December 2010 19.00 GMT.

Other (Print)

  • Warwick, C. (Published). Interview with Claire Warwick at DH2010.
  • Warwick, C. (2012). Inaugural Lecture. The monologue in a crowdsourced world: have digital resources rendered the inaugural lecture obsolete?

Presentation

  • Warwick, C., Terras, M., Ross, C. & Welsh, A. (2011), Great 2 Meet U IRL-) Twitter and Digital Identity, UCL Lunch Hour Lectures Lunch Hour Lectures. University College London.
  • Warwick, C. (2011), No field of dreams: designing digital resources for humanities users. Open University Digital Humanities Seminar presentation, Digital Humanities in Practice Seminar Series Databases and digital images in music history research: some case studies. Open University, Milton Keynes.
  • Warwick, C. (2010), Digital Transformations: Digital scholarship and the future of research in humanities disciplines.
  • Warwick, C. (2010), Digitisation and the Humanities: Invited talk to delegation from Finnish Parliament, Finnish Institute, London.
  • Warwick, C. (2010), Reading 3.0: studying readers in physical and digital environments. Research seminar, Research seminar series. Centre for Computing in the Humanities seminar room, Drury Lane, Kings College London, London.
  • Warwick, C. (2010), The pleasure problem: the importance of emotional engagement with digital resources for humanities users. Research seminar.
  • Warwick, C. & Terras, M. (2009), Digital Humanities, UCL Computing Science Away Day lecture. Letchworth.
  • Warwick, C. (2009), Keynote 1: Taking the Human out of Humanities? Digital resources and humanities users, Memornetin kesäkoulu 2009 = Memornet Summer School 2009. Muistifunktiot ja eTiede = Memory Functions and eScience. Tampere, University of Tampere.
  • Warwick, C. (2009), Keynote 2: Codex 2.0. Digital humanities and the future of reading, Memornetin kesäkoulu 2009 = Memornet Summer School 2009. Muistifunktiot ja eTiede = Memory Functions and eScience. Tampere, Finland, University of Tampere.
  • Warwick, C. & Terras, M. (2007), Measuring the use of Digital Resources in the Arts and Humanities through Log Analysis Techniques, Oxford University Press Topical Talk. Oxford, UK, pp.

Report

  • Gauntlett, D., Dwyer, P., Kavada, A., Ozkul, D., Steemers, J., Terras, M. & Warwick, C. (2012). Community-Powered Transformations. A research network exploring digital transformations in the creative relationships between cultural and media organisations and their users.
  • Warwick, C., Terras, M., Huntington, P., Pappa, N. & Galina, I. (2006). The LAIRAH Project: Log Analysis of Digital Resources in the Arts and Humanities. Final Report to the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Swindon, UK, Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).

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