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UK-Ireland Digital Humanities Association

The UK-Ireland Digital Humanities Association brings together researchers, practitioners and organisations from both countries to build a collaborative vision for the field, with a focus on issues such as sustainability, inclusivity, training, advocacy and career progression. This vision for the field builds on long-standing partnerships, research, and centres of excellence to further development and innovation in digital humanities.


The Association seeks to nurture the capacity for excellent research and teaching in digital humanities, to establish and sustain more effective connections across sectors, and to create new pathways for collaboration. These collaborations include partners in higher education; galleries, libraries, archives and museums; the technology sector; and the creative industries. Institutions and individuals engaged with the Association will work to create new and sustainable partnerships across Ireland and the UK, as well as with the international community.

2024 Annual Event, 4-5 June 2024 at University College Cork in Cork, Ireland

Inclusivity across Sectors

Uileghabhálacht Thar Earnálacha

2024 Annual Event

4 – 5 June 2024

University College Cork & Online

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