Date: 28 June - 2 July 2010
Venues: Royal Irish Academy and Trinity College, Dublin
In Collaboration with: NINES
Registration is now closed for the 2010 Summer School.
The Digital Humanities Observatory, in conjunction with NINES, is pleased to offer the DHO Summer School 2010. It will bring together 60 Irish and International humanities scholars undertaking digital projects in diverse areas to explore issues and trends of common interest. Workshops and lectures will offer attendees opportunities to develop their skills, share insights, and discover new opportunities for collaboration and research. Activities focus on the theoretical, technical, administrative, and institutional issues relevant to the needs of digital humanities projects today.
The full summer school package offers participants a choice of five week or half-week workshop strands to choose from, a second day–long workshop and two lectures all on innovative topics by leading experts and theorists in digital humanities with additional options of private consultation time with a digital humanities specialist and evening social activities.
For those unable to attend the full Summer School, it is possible to register for the one-day workshop and/or one or both of the lectures.
If you are a member of the NINES community, please contact Laura Mandell for more information at email@example.com