Author: Julianne Nyhan

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New book: Making in the Digital Humanities

This week my colleagues and I have published with UCL Press a new open access book: “On Making in the Digital Humanities The scholarship of digital humanities development in honour of John Bradley” Edited...

One origin of digital humanities: Fr Roberto Busa in his own words

Video introduction to One Origin of Digital Humanities

One Origin of Digital Humanities: Fr Roberto Busa in His Own Words Edited by Julianne Nyhan and Marco Passarotti Translated by Philip Barras, Andreia Carvalho and Tessa Hauswedell Springer, 2019 eBook ISBN: 978-3-030-18313-4 DOI:...

A colourful swirl

A short interview on arrival in TU Darmstadt

In January 2022 I joined TU Darmstadt’s Institute of History as the Chair of the newly established “Humanities Data Science and Methodology”. This short interview with me appeared on the TU Darmstadt website shortly...

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The joy of open access

I was thrilled to see that as of November 2019 Computation and the Humanities has been downloaded some 116,205 times and counting! According to the information that I’ve received from the book’s publisher, Springer,...

Orlandi & Nyhan, Rome, October 2014

hic Rhodus, hic salta: Tito Orlandi

The third interview in the forthcoming book is with Tito Orlandi.  I did the interview with Orlandi in October 2014, whilst I was in Rome to attend the ‘Making of the Humanities IV‘ conference...

Academic writing: my habits and rituals

Do you look forward to academic writing or do you avoid (or even fear it)? Do you follow a particular system in order to get your writing done? Do daily writing sessions work for...

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