Julianne Nyhan is the deputy Director of the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities; Programme Director of the MA/MSc in Digital Humanities; Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Digital Information Studies, UCL Department of Information Studies. Her recent publications include Computation and the Humanities: towards an Oral History of Digital Humanities (Springer 2016) and the co-edited Digital Humanities in Practice (Facet 2012), Digital Humanities: a Reader (Ashgate 2013). She is now at work on a new book about the female punched card operators who worked with Roberto Busa S.J. on what is often held to be the first Digital Humanities project.
Oliver Duke-Williams is a Senior Lecturer in Digital Information Studies in the Department of Information Studies at UCL, and was previously a Senior Research Fellow at the School of Geography, University of Leeds. He is also a Co-Investigator in CeLSIUS, the research support unit for the ONS Longitudinal Study of England and Wales. Oliver is also a part of the Census Service team, which provides access to cross-sectional data from recent Censuses, as a Value Added Service element of the UK Data Service.
Former team members
- Anne Welsh, UCL Centre for Digital Humanities (co-PI 2011-2012)
- Marc Theobald, Universität Trier (RA 2011-2012)
- Jessica Salmon, Universität Trier