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Digital Arts: Creating Virtual Reality Experiences of Underwater Heritage

A View from the Arts is running a series on digital projects in the Faculty of Arts, in advance of the Digital Research Week, which will run from  the 23rd to the 27th of April, 2018. This is a guest post by Jon Henderson.   At present, the submerged cultural heritage of Egypt is intangible – and inaccessible …

Digital Arts: The Collected Letters of Robert Southey

A View from the Arts is running a series on digital projects in the Faculty of Arts, in advance of the Digital Research Week, which will run from  the 23rd to the 27th of April, 2018.   This interdisciplinary, international collaboration, led by Professor Lynda Pratt, School of English, is producing a digital edition of 7500 letters written …

Digital Arts: Laser Scanning Reveals Hidden Histories

A View from the Arts is running a series on digital projects in the Faculty of Arts, in advance of the Digital Research Week, which will run from the 23rd to the 27th of April, 2018. Guest blog by Chris King   Concealed inside a key building in the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, researchers from The University of …

Digital Arts: Virtual Exhibition Explores Jerusalem

A View from the Arts is running a series on digital projects in the Faculty of Arts, in advance of the Digital Research Week, which will run from the 23rd to the 27th of April, 2018.   In 586 BCE, the city of Jerusalem fell to the Babylonian army and to its king, Nebuchadnezzar. Though …

Digital Arts: Caistor Roman Town

A View from the Arts is running a series on digital projects in the Faculty of Arts, in advance of the Digital Research Week, which will run from  the 23rd to the 27th of April, 2018. This is a guest post by Will Bowden.   In 2015 a new interpretation scheme was launched for the …

Digital Arts: Digital Tools for New Audiences

A View from the Arts is running a series on digital projects in the Faculty of Arts, in advance of the Digital Research Week, which will run from  the 23rd to the 27th of April, 2018.   The Digital Tools for New Audiences (DTNA) project draws expertise from both Arts and Computer Science and offers …

Digital Arts: Antislavery Usable Past

A View from the Arts is running a series on digital projects in the Faculty of Arts, in advance of the Digital Research Week, which will run from 23rd to 27th of April, 2018. This is a guest post by Zoe Trodd.   Antislavery Usable Past is the first archive of contemporary antislavery, collecting the …

The politics of culture as testimony

Some thirty researchers from around the world met at the University of Nottingham on Monday 22 May for a workshop on the politics of culture as testimony. The workshop marked the end of the first phase of the AHRC-funded research network, Culture and its Uses as Testimony, that has been exploring how: cultural testimony can …