Schedule 2016-17

Lectures will take place on Thursdays from 10-12 a.m  in the An Foras Feasa, Seminar Room.

From 4-5 pm, on certain Thursdays as below (weeks 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10), there will be a Research Skills Seminar. This seminar is part of the ‘AFF601: Digital Humanities: Theory and Practice’ Module which is compulsory for the students on the MA in Digital Humanities. MSc in Spatial eHumanities students are strongly advised to attend.

Week 1: Thursday 22 September  (Costas Papadopoulos)

Lecture: Introduction to the module. Defining Space and Time. Computational Approaches to Space and Time.


Week 2: Thursday 29 September (Patricia Murrieta Flores)

Lecture: Exploring the Spatial Humanities: Using Spatial Technologies for History, Archaeology and Literature

Research Skills: Referencing Your Work (Schreibman)


Week 3: Monday 3 October (Costas Papadopoulos)
*Note Change of Date for this week (research skills seminar remains on Thursday 6 October)

Lecture: Creating and Analysing 3D Spaces

Research Skills: Using the Library (Ciaran Quinn, Librarian)


Week 4: Thursday 13 October (John Buckley)

Lecture: Modelling Spaces, Creating Places: A 3D Modeller’s Perspective

Research Skills: Designing the Blog I (McGarry)


Week 5: Thursday 20 October (Costas Papadopoulos)

Lecture: Virtualising & Augmenting Spaces and Places

Research Skills: Creating an Animated Video (MacCaba and Papadopoulos)


Week 6: Thursday 27 October (Maurice Murphy)

Lecture: Historic Building Information Modelling (HBIM)

Research Skills: Designing the Blog II (McGarry)


31 October – 4 November: Reading Week


Week 7: Thursday 10 November (Chris Brunsdon)

Lecture: Introduction to R and standard time series modelling

Research Skills: Structuring the Essay (Kelly)


Week 8: Thursday 17 November (Chris Brunsdon)

Lecture: Interactive Time Series exploration

Research Skills: Finding a Research topic (Papadopoulos)


Week 9: Thursday 24 November (Chris Brunsdon)

Lecture: Interactive mapping with R and Leaflet

Research Skills: Choosing a Methodology (ies) Appropriate to your Research (Das Gupta)


Week 10: Thursday 1 December (Chris Brunsdon)

Lecture: Producing interactive web documents with Markdown

Research Skills: Quantitative and Qualitative  Methodologies (Kerr)


Week 11: Thursday 8 December (Guest Lecture)

Lecture: tba


Week 12: Thursday 15  December (Costas Papadopoulos & Chris Brunsdon)

Final Class Presentations, Revision, Feedback

MSc in Spatial eHumanities & MA in Digital Humanities (2016-17)