Digital Encounters with the Past
IRC-supported researchers using digital technologies to visualize history
What are the ancient secrets of Ogham writing? How did we circulate news across early modern Europe? Why did nineteenth-century Dublin haunt its writers? Meet the digital humanities researchers using advanced technologies to answer these questions and pioneering new ways to encounter the past.
The Irish Research Council is hosting a free online panel event as part of the Dublin Festival of History 2021 that will showcase some of the most exciting digital humanities research in Ireland today. IRC-supported researchers will share insights on their latest projects and join in conversation on how digital technologies can bring history to life.
Dr Órla Murphy (Chair), Head of the Department of Digital Humanities, School of English and Digital Humanities, University College Cork.
Dr David Stifter, Head of the Department of Early Irish, Maynooth University.
Dr Brendan Dooley, Professor of Renaissance Studies, University College Cork.
Dr Katie Mishler, Irish Research Council Enterprise Partnership Postdoctoral Fellow in collaboration with the UCD Centre for Cultural Analytics and Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI).