Our interests are as diverse as our research team and we are currently developing a wide variety of Digital Humanities projects.

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Some of the areas and themes we are researching include:

  • Analysis of the geographies of folklore and its material culture from late medieval to nineteenth century in Britain using Geographic Information Systems
  • Data mining and mapping techniques for Medical Humanities
  • Visualisation, Augmented reality and spatial analysis of medieval monuments
  • New approaches to Popular Music History
  • Image processing techniques for the analysis of historic graffiti and nineteenth century travel writing imagery
  • Corpus Linguistics approaches to analyse topics and changes over time in Medieval Romances
  •  Web-based data visualisations for historical travel writing and analysis of politic and socio-cultural historical datasets