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Tag Archives: Digital Humanities
Focus on Alumni is our series of blog posts written by or featuring #citylis alumni. This post is an interview with City University London alumna Isabel Galina Russell. Continue reading
The fifth Public Knowledge Project scholarly publishing conference (#PKP5) took place from the 11th to the 14th of August 2015 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Ernesto Priego shares a report. Continue reading
Professor David Bawden attended the ISI conference in Zadar earlier this year. In this post he offers some thoughts on the state of information science research. Continue reading
Lyn Robinson offers a summary and further discussion around her ISI 2015 presentation, held at the University of Zadar, Croatia, in May. The original paper, written with Ernesto Priego and David Bawden, was part of the stream on exploring the disciplinary boundaries of library & information science (2015). Continue reading
The Centre for Information Science at City University London (#citylis) is proud to announce an international collaboration with the Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Kansas in the United States, providing curatorial support for the Digital Humanities Forum 2015, “Peripheries, barriers, hierarchies: rethinking access, inclusivity, and infrastructure in global DH practice”. Continue reading