The University of Lancaster and its Digital Humanities Hub, directed by Dr Patricia Murrieta-Flores and Prof Ian Gregory, has recently joined DARIAH as Cooperating Partner. Their application for joining DARIAH was reviewed by the General Assembly during its face to face meeting in Zagreb, Croatia on November 7 and was unanimously approved.
The initial commitment of Lancaster University as a Cooperating Partner is for two years.
Lancaster University is among the best in the UK. Top 10 in three major national league tables, the University is also highly ranked in international league tables such as the QS World Rankings. The Digital Humanities Hub was set up in 2016 to promote collaborative, interdisciplinary Digital Humanities (DH) research within and beyond the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS). It is internationally recognised as a world leader in Spatial Humanities, and one of the leading centres of research excellence in FASS.
We are looking forward to working with Lancaster University and the Digital Humanities Hub for strengthening and creating new networks and collaborations, enabling new opportunities of research and teaching, as well as supporting the creation of knowledge transfer for researchers at all career stages.
Really happy to announce that @LancasterUni @LancsDigHum @LancasterHistor has just officially become Cooperating Partner of @DARIAHeu!! 🎉🎉🎉 Thanks @schambers3 for all your guidance and support. #DigitalTransformation #digitalhumanities— Patricia Murrieta (@patymurrieta) November 8, 2019