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We’re delighted to announce that the new Digital Humanities@Manchester website is now up and running, and can be found here: http://www.digital-humanities.manchester.ac.uk

(please note it also routes from http://www.manchester.ac.uk/dh).

You can contact the Digital Humanities team on dh@manchester.ac.uk, and we are on Twitter as @DH_UoM.

On the website, you’ll be able to find details about new Faculty of Humanities digital research opportunities, such as our current Project Development Call (downloadable at http://www.digital-humanities.manchester.ac.uk/research/projects/, closing date 30 November 2015), and forthcoming training, workshops and events.

Please note that DH@Manchester is hosting the University of Manchester Academic Book Week event next week: a debate on The Future of the Academic Monograph, to be held on Wednesday 11th November in the John Rylands Library on Deansgate. This will be chaired by our Visiting Simon Professor of Digital Humanities Professor Marilyn Deegan (KCL), and speakers include researchers in book history and publishing studies, academic librarians, and scholarly publishers. More details and (free) registration here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/opening-the-book-the-future-of-the-academic-monograph-manchester-tickets-19248459661

You can find more on Academic Book week here: http://academicbookfuture.org/acbookweek/

Dates for your diaries:

We will be holding an Digital Humanities workshop (open to all researchers in the Faculty of Humanities) on the afternoon of Friday 11th December 2015, and more details about this event will be circulated in due course.

There will also be a 2-day TEI-XML workshop on 27-28 January 2016. If you are a Faculty of Humanities  researcher already using TEI-XML in your work, or are interested in learning more, please email guyda.armstrong@manchester.ac.uk or dh@manchester.ac.uk – we’re currently compiling a list of researchers working in this area, so please make yourself known!

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