Since the 1970s the University has played a major national and international role in the development and use of digital tools, methods and resources for research in the humanities. Today, these activities are undertaken by a wide range of individual scholars, research groups and large-scale projects, which together constitute Digital Humanities at Oxford.
Giles Bergel, Digital Humanities Ambassador
Visual Geometry Group, Department of Engineering Science
Nicholas Cole, Director of the Quill Project; Senior Research Fellow, Pembroke College; Turing Institute Humanities and Data Science Group
Pembroke College; History Faculty
David De Roure, Director of TORCH DH Programme; Director DHOxSS
Oxford e-Research Centre (Engineering Science) and Turing Institute
Frank Egerton, Operations Manager, Humanities Libraries; Tutor, Creative Writing
Bodleian Libraries; Continuing Education / Kellogg College
Kevin Page, Senior Researcher, OeRC (Engineering Science)
Digital Musicology, Linked Data for Digital Humanities.
Meriel Patrick, Academic Research Technology Specialist
Jonathan Prag, Professor of Ancient History; TEI corpus editor; Humanities representative on University IT Committee
Faculty of Classics
Ylva Berglund Prytz, Research technology support
John Pybus, Lead Research Software Engineer for Humanities Projects
Oxford e-Research Centre (Engineering Science) and Phonetics
John Southall, Bodleian Data Librarian
Tara Stubbs, Associate Professor in English Literature and Creative Writing; Digital Humanities course development
OUDCE / Kellogg College
Rowan Wilson, Research Technology Service Manager
Martin Wynne, Digital Research Specialist
Electronic Enlightenment, Bodleian Libraries
Visit the website at http://digital.humanities.ox.ac.uk/.