News & Events

CFP: 2024 Annual Event

The UK-Ireland Digital Humanities Association is pleased to announce the call for proposals for the 2024 Annual Event, to be held at University College Cork from 4 - 5 June 2024. The theme for this year’s event is Inclusivity Across Sectors, highlighting one of the...

Governance Working Group Announced

The Association is pleased to announce the formation of a Governance Working Group, which will draft a proposal for establishing a formal governance and membership structure for the Association in line with our roadmap document. In keeping with our Core Values, the...

Annual Event – Save the Date!

The Association is pleased to announce that its next annual event will be on 4-5 June 2024 at University College Cork in Cork, Ireland.More details and a call for proposals will be forthcoming. We look forward to seeing you all there! If you have any questions or...

Fostering Multilingual Practices and Research

An online workshop organised by the Multilingual Digital Humanities in the UK and Ireland Community Interest Group Friday 24th November 20231.30-4.30 PMRegister here This public workshop is aimed at discussing and developing recommendations for embedding...

CFP: Governance Working Group

As laid out in our roadmap document, the UK-Ireland Digital Humanities Association aims to establish a formal governance and membership structure during its second year of operation. In keeping with our Core Values, we are inviting expressions of interest from people...

2023 Members’ Briefing

It has been a busy first year of the UK-Ireland Digital Humanities Association, from the release of the roadmap document last June to our formal launch event just a few weeks ago. We are grateful to the many of you who have come together to shape the Association -...

REF 2028 Consultation

The next Research Excellence Framework (REF) exercise will be held in 2028, with eligible institutions submitting their returns in late 2027. It will look different from REF 2021 in some key areas. The three main elements of the last REF – environment, outputs and...

First Annual Event

We invite members of the digital humanities community – including those working in GLAM organisations, the creative industries, and the technology sector – to come together for a two-day conference to mark the official launch of the UK-Ireland Digital Humanities...

Community Interest Groups Announced

The UK-Ireland Digital Humanities Association is excited to announce the launch its first cohort of five Community Interest Groups. These groups will serve as one of the primary vehicles for community building within the Association and will help the Association...