By Sarah Davenport, on 26 February 2013
Thursday 25 April & Friday 26 April 2013
Forms part of UCL’s Digital Humanities Month, April 2013, supported by the Grand Challenge of Cultural Interaction
- £5,000 project starter prize for the best cross-disciplinary digital humanities project
- Only 12-16 places are available
- Open to all disciplines across UCL. You don’t have to be a humanities researcher or a computer scientist to apply
- Apply by 9am, Monday, 25th March 2013
Who can pitch the best project, and win seed funding (£5,000) to undertake a new project at the juncture of computing and the humanities? This is your opportunity to spend one and a half days working in cross-disciplinary project groups to formulate research proposals which will be judged by an expert panel.
This innovative workshop, led by a professional facilitator, will aim to stimulate new thinking about digital humanities and to catalyse collaborations across UCL with researchers who work in disparate subject areas.
Please see the Intercultural Interaction website for further details and information on how to apply.
News about further Digital Humanities Month events to follow. Watch this space!