Digital Resources for the Humanities

THE CONFERENCE IS OVER - BOOKINGS ARE THEREFORE CLOSED, BUT THE SITE REMAINS VERY MUCH THE SAME AS BEFORE THE CONFERENCE

For general DRH issues and the 2005 conference to be held in Lancaster, please click on the DRH logo at the top of this page.

THE BOOKING LINK STILL TAKES YOU TO THE registration/conference bookings page.
Online boooking of accommodation closed on 14th August. See our Accommodation Page.

DRH is a series of annual conferences whose goal is to bring together the creators, users, distributors, and custodians of digital resources in the humanities.

DRH 2004 will be hosted by the University of Newcastle upon Tyne on Sunday 5th to Wednesday 8th September 2004.

The 2004 Conference aims to address some of the key emerging themes and strategic issues that engagement with ICT is bringing to humanities computing and scholarly research. Themes for 2004 include:

University of Newcastle upon Tyne

  • Methods in humanities computing.
  • Cross-sector exchange between heritage, national and local government, and education bodies.
  • Broadening the humanities computing base.
  • New forms of scholarly publication.

For a development of these four themes click here.

The Call for Proposals for Papers, Panels and Posters is now closed.

The list of speakers, the outline programme, and the timetabled programme are now available. Speakers and poster presenters should see our page on guidelines for presenters.

DRH 2004 is delighted to welcome as plenary speakers the European Commissioner and Chancellor of the University of Newcastle, the Rt Hon Christopher Patten, the Director of ICT at the AHRB, Professor David Robey, and the Director of the Great North Museum Project, Ian Watson.

See our registration page to book a place at the conference. Note: Early-bird prices ended at 9am on 2nd August.

Accommodation has been arranged via the Newcastle Gatesead Initiative and all bookings for accommodation had to be be made from their dedicated webpage (see our notes on the accommodation page). Note: online booking of accommodation via the Convention Bureau closed on August 14th. On that date the Bureau released back to hotels and residences any unbooked rooms set aside that had been set aside for the conference.

Further details on the city and region can be found at the Visit Gateshead and Newcastle website.

Guidance on travel to Newcastle and finding your way to the campus and conference site can be found on our travel page.

The drh@ncl.ac.ukemail address for the conference will cease to function (or at least will no longer be read or get a response) on Thursday 16th September 2004.