UK-Ireland Collaboration in the Digital Humanities Scoping Workshop - EOI

Expression of Interest for Participation in an AHRC Workshop on UK- Ireland Collaboration in the Digital Humanities

The Arts and Humanities Research Council of the UK (AHRC) has been successful in securing funding through the UKRI Fund for International Collaboration for a new 3-year programme focused on the topic: “Digital transformation in humanities research: UK-Irish collaboration in the digital humanities.” A workshop will be held in Dublin from 22-23rd October 2019 to launch the programme, build new partnerships around its aims and identify priorities for future collaboration. The workshop will be delivered in partnership with the Irish Research Council.  

1. Title *


2. Forename *


3. Surname *


4. Organisation *


5. Email Address *


6. Current Position *


7. Please tick any previous relevant funding received from the below funding organisations/routes


8. Short Bibliography (Max 300 words)


9. Attendance Justification

Please outline your interest in attending the workshop, including your relevant expertise and experience and your thoughts on how it might contribute to longer-term developments (max 300 words)


10. Identify 3 key challenges in the field of digital humanities and consider how these might be addressed through enhanced UK-Irish research collaboration (max. 300 words) *


11. In order to facilitate the development of partnerships (new or existing) for this programme, AHRC will be collating details of your responses from questions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 9, and may include these in delegate information provided at the workshop.

Please tick below to confirm you are happy for AHRC to include your responses in information provided to workshop attendees.

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