Instructors

Angeliki Chrysanthi is a Digital Humanities Research Associate at the University of Sheffield. Her Ph.D. in Digital Cultural Heritage is from the University of Southampton. Her research is on topics  related to visitor-heritage space interaction, location-based digital storytelling, and participatory design and evaluation of interpretative media for heritage and museum settings.

Meredith Dabek is a PhD candidate, IRC and Hume Scholar in the Media Studies department at Maynooth U. Her research is focused on participatory reading practices and the reader’s experience of digital narratives. She completed the MA in DH at Maynooth in 2015.

Vinayak Das Gupta is Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Digital Humanities at An Foras Feasa, Maynooth University. His research interests include the digital curation of early Indian photographs, theoretical approaches to reading photographs in the digital space, data modelling with Linked Open Data and the Semantic Web, and Data Visualisation.

Natalie Harrower is the Director of the Digital Repository of Ireland, headquartered at the Royal Irish Academy. She serves on a number of international committees, including the OECD’s high level expert group on sustainable data repositories, and the Digital Preservation Coalition’s Communications and Advocacy group. The digital cultural heritage platform she leads, Inspiring Ireland, won 3 e-government awards, and creates exhibitions with content from Ireland’s National Cultural Institutions alongside ‘found items’ from the public.

Jennifer Kelly is Project Officer at An Foras Feasa. Her research and teaching interests include nineteenth-century social history, digital history, associational culture, crime and society.

Sara J Kerr is a third year PhD researcher in Digital Humanities and English at An Foras Feasa, Maynooth University. My research uses R programming and data mining to explore independence and dependence in the novels of Jane Austen, Maria Edgeworth and Sydney Owenson.

Frank Lyman s head of interactive development at Noho Ltd., a digital media solutions provider for the cultural heritage and broadcast industries. He has twenty years of experience working in the ICT sector and holds a doctorate in digital humanities from Trinity College Dublin. He is also a trained field archaeologist and has collaborated on a number of different archaeological projects in the East Mediterranean region.

Shane  McGarry is a 3rd year PhD Candidate in Digital Humanities. His research focuses on designing interface metaphors for digital scholarly editions which support alternative modalities of reading, such as hyper-reading, distant reading, and non-linear approaches. Prior to his studies, Shane spent 15 years in the private sector as a software engineer and designer. He holds a B.S. in Information Technology and an MA in Digital Media & Interactive Design.

Costas Papadopoulos is a Lecturer in Digital Heritage at An Foras Feasa, Maynooth University, specialising in cultural heritage, 3D recording, visualisation, simulation and analysis, and in theoretical approaches to archaeology, heritage, and computational methods.

Susan Schreibman is Professor of Digital Humanities at Maynooth University, and Director of An Foras Feasa. Her current DH projects include Letters of 1916 and Contested Memories: The Battle of Mount Street Bridge. She is the Coordinator for this module.

 

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