Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts Conferences
The Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts (DRHA) conferences are an annual series of meetings which aim to 'bring together the creators, users, distributors, and custodians of digital resources in the arts and humanities'. The AHRC regards DRHA as a critical point of contact with the academic community it serves.
DRHA 2008: New Communities of Knowledge and Practice
This year's DRHA conference will be hosted by the University of Cambridge and aims to promote discussion around new collaborative environments, collective knowledge and redefining disciplinary boundaries. The conference will take place from Sunday 14th September to Wednesday 17th September, 2008.
For details, see http://www.rsd.cam.ac.uk/drha08.
ICT Programme Representation at Previous Conferences
- DRHA 2007: Panel Session: 'After the AHDS' (David Robey, chair and presenter)
- DRHA 2006: Panel Session: 'e-Science in the Arts & Humanities: Current Prospects and Strategies' (David Robey, chair and presenter)
- DRH 2005: Panel Session: Gated Gardens? Virtual Research Environments and Cross-Disciplinary Challenges for e-Research (David Robey,chair; Stuart Dunn, presenter)
- DRH 2005: Plenary Session: AHRC Panel session (David Robey, presenter)
- DRH 2005: Paper: Community Service: Collaborative Technologies and the Development of Scholarly Communities in the Arts and Humanities (Stuart Dunn and Alastair Dunning, co-presenters)
- DRH 2004: Paper: ICT in Arts and Humanities Research: New Strategic Developments (David Robey, presenter)
- DRH 2004: Panel Session: Humanities Computing - Mapping the Field Paper 1: Current Institutional Strategy and Collaboration (Stuart Dunn, presenter)
For more general information about DRHA, and for details of previous conferences, see the DRHA website.