Research Uncovered Talks, Trinity term

ResearhUncoveredVerticalWhite192x273We are delighted to announce the Centre for Digital Scholarship’s Trinity term Research Uncovered talks. These are talks given by experts from across the University and are open to all. Book a place and join us to discover more about current research using digital methods.


  • 3 May
    CabiNET: Integrating Text and Object in Oxford Teaching
    Giovanna Vitelli, Ashmolean Museum
  • 10 May
    The Drones Club: Consumer UAVs, their (ab)uses and some possible countermeasures
    Richard Baker, Cyber Security Network
  • 17 May
    Crowdsourcing and Humanities Research
    Victoria van Hyning, Faculty of English
  • 24 May
    Digital Wildfires: the challenge of provocative content on social media
    Helena Webb, Department of Computer
  • 31 May
    Science Altered senses, excited brains and ageing grey matter: investigating the brain basis of autism, schizophrenia and dementia
    Steven Chance, Neuropathology Department
  • 7 June
    Richard Harrington, Department of Population Health
  • 14 June
    #Brexit or #StrongerIn? The Rhetoric of EU Referendum Hashtags
    Yin Yin Lu, Oxford Internet Institute

Talks are all 13.00–14.00 on Tuesdays in the Centre for Digital Scholarship, Weston Library. Places can be booked through the Bodleian’s What’s On as registration for each one opens.

You can download a flyer for the talks.

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