DPASSH 2017 is the second ‘Digital Preservation for the Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities’ conference and is a collaboration between the Sussex Humanities Lab and the Digital Repository of Ireland, and co-sponsored by The Digital Arts and Humanities PhD Program.
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- Sharon Webb – Sussex Humanities Lab, University of Sussex (Chair)
- Dermot Frost – Digital Repository of Ireland, Trinity College Dublin
- Natalie Harrower -Digital Repository of Ireland, Royal Irish Academy
- Jane Harvell – Library, University of Sussex
- Clare Lanigan – The Digital Arts and Humanities PhD Program, Royal Irish Academy
- Paddi Leinster -Digital Repository of Ireland, Royal Irish Academy
List of reviewers to follow
About the Sussex Humanities Lab and the Digital Repository of Ireland
About the lab
The Sussex Humanities Lab is dedicated to developing and expanding research into how digital technologies are shaping our culture and society, as well as the way we go about our research. The lab draws on expertise from diverse fields including philosophy and information technology, history and archaeology, media and communications, music and performance technology, and sociology, to ask questions which have always been at the heart of the humanities.
The Digital Repository of Ireland is a national trusted digital repository for Ireland’s social and cultural data. The Repository links together and preserves both historical and contemporary data held by Irish institutions, providing a central internet access point and interactive multimedia tools. As a national e-infrastructure for the future of education and research in the humanities and social sciences, DRI is available for use by the public, students and scholars.
The Digital Arts and Humanities PhD Program is a structured doctoral research-training programme designed to enable students to carry out research in the arts and humanities at the highest level using new media and computer technologies. The programme is a collaboration between National University of Ireland, Galway, University of Maynooth, Queen’s University Belfast, Royal Irish Academy, Trinity College Dublin, University College Cork, and University of Ulster.DRI is the Royal Irish Academy’s co-ordinating body in DAH.
Supported by Sussex Humanities Lab and the Digital Repository of Ireland