Accessibility statement

York

York

In York, the Centre for Digital Heritage draws upon the research expertise of many departments, incorporating Archaeology, Computer Science, Electronics, History, Sociology, and Theatre, Film and Television, as well as members of staff of the University Library and Borthwick Institute for Archives.

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Claire Boardman PhD student, Archaeology
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John Cooper Senior Lectuer in Early Modern History
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Helena Daffern Researcher/Teacher, Music
Paul Dryburgh Archivist, Borthwick Institute for Archives
Dee Dyas Director of the Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture
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Patrick Gibbs Head of Technology, Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture
Kate Giles Senior Lecturer in Buildings Archaeology
Katie Green Communications and Access Manager, Archaeology Data Service
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Dawn Hadley Professor of Medieval Archaeology, Archaeology
Louise Hampson Research and Impact Officer, Centre for the Study of Christianity and Culture
Andrew Higson Professor, Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media
Jonathan Hook Senior Lecturer, Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media
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Gavin Kearney Lecturer in Sound Design, Electronic Engineering
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Daryl Martin Lecturer, Sociology
Debbie Maxwell Lecturer, Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media
Colleen Morgan Lecturer, Archaeology
Damian Murphy Professor, Electronic Engineering; Research Champion for Creativity
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Jenna Ng Lecturer, Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media
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Helen Petrie Professor, Computer Science
Toby Pillatt Research Associate, Archaeology/Digital Creativity Labs
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Sarah Rees Jones Senior Lecturer in Medieval History
Julian Richards Professor of Archaeology, Director of the Archaeology Data Service
Jenny O'Brien Digital Archivist, Archaeology Data Service
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Guy Schofield Lecturer, Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media
John Schofield Professor, Archaeology
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Sarah Thompson University Library
Jo Tozer Research Manager, Archaeology
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Marian Ursu Professor, Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media
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Judith Winters Editor, Internet Archaeology
Holly Wright International Projects Manager, Archaeology Data Service

 

Aarhus

Aarhus

In Aarhus the primary links are members of the Department of Culture and Society and the Archaeological IT group:

Leiden

Leiden

In Leiden the Centre draws upon a range of expertise in the Faculty of Archaeology as well as colleagues in the Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS):

Other staff members and/or PhD candidates are involved in the Centre as their research topics coincide with future developments.

Uppsala

In Uppsala the Centre draws upon the research interests of members of the Departments of Archaeology, Education, and Archival, Information and Museum Studies (ALM):

  • Daniel Löwenborg, Researcher, Dept of Archaeology
  • Isto Huvila, Associate Professor, Dept. of Archival, Library, Information & Museum Studies (ALM)
  • Karl-Johan Lindholm, Senior Lecturer, Dept of Archaeology
  • Kim von Hackwitz, Senior Lecturer, Dept of Archaeology
  • Gustaf Svedjemo, Lecturer, PhD candidate, Dept of Archaeology 
  • Samuel Edquist, Associate Professor, Dept. of Archival, Library, Information & Museum Studies (ALM) & Dept. of Education
  • Olle Sköld, PhD student, Dept. of Archival, Library, Information & Museum Studies (ALM)
  • Kerstin Rydbeck, professor in Library and Information Science, PhD in Literature, Dept. of Archival, Library, Information & Museum Studies (ALM)
  • Reine Rydén, Senior lecturer in Archival Science, Dept. of Archival, Library, Information & Museum Studies (ALM)

Lund

CDH partners at Lund are based primarily in the Department of Archaeology and Ancient History.