Research activities in the Hub reflect our expertise in Classics, English, History and Modern Languages, and connect to one or more of our core values of inclusiveness, openness, engagement with cultural heritage, and responsible computing.
DHRH staff work on a range of projects that span disciplines and methods. We welcome colleagues and potential collaborators to get in touch to discuss any of the research areas listed below if you have an interest in training, advice, consultancy, collaboration or submitting joint funding applications in the future.
The team also has an interest in pedagogical research, with a particular focus on how digital technologies can enhance learning in the Digital Humanities at postgraduate levels and above. We also believe in providing training in fundamental digital literacy, including software and library carpentry, in addition to being engaged in fundamentals of programming, particularly in Python and R, and basic DH software – such as GitHub, OpenRefine, and Zotero.