Winners of the AHRC’s Digital Programme

The Arts and Humanities Research Council has released details of the winners of its ‘Digital Equipment and Database Enhancement for Impact’ scheme.

21 projects have been funded at a value of just over £4m.

Dr GP Earl £232,575.00
School of Humanities, University of Southampton
Reflectance Transformation Imaging Systems for Ancient Documentary Artefacts

Professor J Ellis £332,520.00
Department of Media Arts, Royal Holloway, University of London
Consolidated Moving Image and Sound Database Framework

Dr BA Fennell £334,574.00
School of Language and Literature, University of Aberdeen
Language and Linguistic Evidence in the 1641 Depositions

Professor RS Fensham £347,592.00
Dance Film and Theatre, University of Surrey
Digital Dance Archives (DDA): cross-collection interactivity and enhanced user engagement with dance resources

Professor PH Gray £111,768.00
School of History and Anthropology, The Queen’s University of Belfast
Documenting Ireland: Parliament, People and Migration, 18th-20th Centuries (DIPPAM)

Mr C Harrison £182,135.00
Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford
The Elements of Drawing: Enhancement and Dissemination for Impact

Professor AF Hartley £159,293.00
School of Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Leeds
IntelliText – Intelligent Tools for Creating and Analysing Electronic Text Corpora for Humanities Research

Dr E Leach £191,189.00
Music Faculty, University of Oxford
DIAMM: Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music

Dr AA Marsden £139,505.00
Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts, Lancaster University
Digital Arts Innovation Laboratory (DAILab)

Dr A Mazel £120,679.00
School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University
Rock Art Mobile Project

Dr M Melaugh £260,179.00
INCORE, University of Ulster
Visualising the Conflict: Immersion in the Landscape of Victims and Commemoration in Northern Ireland

Dr DT Murphy £109,606.00
Electronics, University of York
The Virtual Acoustics and Auralization Database

Dr D Obbink £113,487.00
Classics Faculty, University of Oxford
A Collaboration between Classics and Astrophysics: An Advanced Multispectral Imaging Laboratory Optimised through Crowd-Sourced Statistical Analysis

Professor W. R. Owens £100,778.00
Department of Literature, The Open University
Developing an International Digital Network in the History of Reading: collaboration between the UK Reading Experience Database and invited partners.

Mr D Pritchard £139,531.00
Digital Design Studio, Glasgow School of Art
Enhancing Engagement with 3D Heritage Data through Semantic Annotation

Professor JD Richards £141,771.00
Department of Archaeology, University of York
ADS+: Enhancing and Sustaining the Archaeology Data Service digital repository

Professor TP Schofield £262,673.00
Bentham Project, University College London
The Bentham Papers Transcription Initiative

Professor D Tudhope £109,802.00
Faculty of Advanced Technology, University of Glamorgan
Semantic Technologies Enhancing Links and Linked data for Archaeological Resources (STELLAR)

Dr C Watts £136,498.00
English, Birkbeck College
Voiceworks Digital Song/Text Project: a collaboration between Birkbeck Centre for Poetics, Wigmore Hall & Guildhall School of Music & Drama

Mr K Woolford (Conditional award) £487,794.00
School of Media, Film and Music, University of Sussex
Motion in Place Platform

Professor A Yarrington £61,462.00
Department of History of Art, University of Glasgow
Mobilising ‘Mapping Sculpture in Britain and Ireland, 1851-1951’ (Mobilising Mapping)

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