Joining DARIAH

DARIAH Members are countries (EU Member States and Associated Countries) or intergovernmental organisations. Alternatively, institutions from countries who are not yet DARIAH Members can participate as Cooperating Partners.  Countries, interested in DARIAH, but who are not yet ready to join as Members can participate as Observers.

If you are interested in becoming a Member of DARIAH or have further questions about membership, please contact us at: dariah-info at dariah.eu

Latest News

Proposed Theme events should examine relationships between researchers and cultural heritage institutions. DARIAH will support up to five initiatives with a total of 45,000 Euros.

The survey investigates Open Access and its implications for the currently established peer review process.

In terms of communications DARIAH now collaborates with other European Research Infrastructure Consortiums (ERIC) and projects in the SSH.

DARIAH's working group Digital Methods and Practices Observatory (DiMPO) published Highlights from it's current report on how digital researchers conduct their work.

The DARIAH-DE DH Award 2017 aims to distinguish innovative research by young scholors from the arts and humanities, computer sciences and information sciences working on digitial resources or methods.

Research Infrastructure News

In light of the ove Your Data (LYD) campaign CESDDA highlights the network of social science data archives across the world.

The Slovenian Social Science Data Archives (ADP) organised a round table conference entitled “Ethics in Science with a special focus on the new EU General Data Protection Regulation”.

The General Assembly of CESSDA, Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives, appointed Ron Dekker as the new director at its meeting on 15 November 2016 in The Hague, the Netherlands.

CLARIN is keeping track of CLARIN-related references of publications. We aim at having comprehensive lists.

Attitudes in South Africa can now be compared with European countries: Data from three ESS modules replicated in the 2015 South African Social Attitudes Survey (SASAS) is now available.