Cultural Informatics Research and Enterprise Group

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Cultural Informatics logoSitting between the humanities and computing disciplines, the Cultural Informatics Research and Enterprise Group is therefore both complex and multi-faceted. Within this space, and drawing on multiple epistemic traditions, the Cultural Informatics REG aims to stimulate visionary and transformative thinking, and to act as a driver for innovation, reconfiguration and exploration based on the broad and intersectional reach of cultural informatics.

We create opportunities for new interdisciplinary models and methods of collaboration. We are an open and inclusive research grouping committed to engaging with major contemporary research challenges and leading scholars from a variety of traditional disciplines. We aim to become a place where the digital, analogue and hybrid humanities can be discussed, negotiated and projected.

We recognise and embrace the notion that universities are not the sole producers, stewards, and disseminators of knowledge or culture. We therefore aim to play a significant role shaping natively digital models of scholarly discourse for the newly emergent public spheres of the present era (the www digital archives, the Internet of Things, the blogosphere, etc.) to model excellence and innovation in these domains. We further aim to facilitate the formation of networks of knowledge production, exchange, and dissemination that are, at once, global and local.  

Cultural Informatics provides a collaborative and inter-disciplinary university-wide community. We aim to serve as a laboratory, innovation agency, portal and as a respectful meeting place (or trading zone) for the humanities, technology and culture, extending across research, education and innovation.  

We promote the co-development of knowledge to support new research methods in the Arts and Humanities with tools based on generating new knowledge in Computing Science and related fields. The group is committed to ensuring that the technological innovations it advocates are practical for cultural institutions to deploy in practical working environments. Research in the “business of cultural heritage” has required novel methods and reinforces the impact agenda. CI therefore pushes the boundaries of knowledge in a research environment where the impact agenda is embedded by design in all projects.



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    E-RIHS: European Research Infrastructure for Heritage (E-RHIS)

    Anderson, J. & Anderson, D.

    Horizon 2020


    Project: Grant

    ROMOR: Erasmus+ ROMOR

    Anderson, J. & Anderson, D.



    Project: Grant

    Research Output

    Access to Databases (Full Scale Pilot 7)

    Lux, Z., Mezei, J., Alföldi, I., Anderson, D. & Anderson, J., 12 Feb 2018

    Research output: Other contribution

    Open Access

    Access to Databases (Pilot Definition: Pilot 7)

    Lux, Z., Mezei, J., Alföldi, I., Anderson, D. & Anderson, J., 12 Feb 2018

    Research output: Other contribution

    Open Access
    Open Access
  • Activities

    • 3 Invited talk
    • 1 Event
    • 1 Publication Peer-review
    • 1 Membership of professional body

    Drones for Heritage Communication andAudience Development: SEAHA PhD Studentship

    Frauke Behrendt (Participant), Patricia Prieto Blanco (Participant) & Jaime Kaminski (Participant)

    Dec 2018Sep 2022

    Activity: EventsEvent

    Royal Society (External organisation)

    Karen Cham (Fellow)

    1 Feb 2018 → …

    Activity: External boards and professional/academic bodiesMembership of professional body

    Game Your Brain: The Neurological Impact of UX

    Karen Cham (Presenter)

    23 Nov 2017

    Activity: External talk or presentationInvited talk