Digital Humanities at Oxford is run by a small group of people, with input from a much wider network across the University. The core team is listed below, If you would like your profile and project included in the People and Projects section, please log in with your Oxford Single Sign on at the bottom of any page.
The Digital Humanities Team
Kathryn is the Digital Humanities Champion and a Research Fellow in Digital Humanities at the Oxford Internet Institute. Kathryn has research interests in the impacts of new technologies on public engagement with cultural heritage, and on scholarly behaviour and research in the Humanities. Kathryn was recently appointed as the University’s first Digital Humanities Champion.
David De Roure is Professor of e-Research at University of Oxford and Director of the Oxford e-Research Centre. He has strategic responsibility for Digital Humanities at Oxford within the The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, collaborates in Oxford's WSTNet laboratory with the Oxford Internet Institute, and is a member of the Oxford Cyber Security Centre. He is a Strategic Advisor to the Economic and Social Research Council in the area of Social Media Data.
Ruth is an experienced Project and Programme Manager working predominently in the Digital Humanities. Ruth is the Coordinator of the Digital Humanities Oxford Network and holds an analagous role at the Oxford e-Research Centre working across a number of related projects.
James Cummings is the Senior Academic Research Technology Specialist for the IT Services of the University of Oxford. He helps academics from the Humanities and Social Sciences plan research projects with digital aspects, and is the department's liaison for Digital Humanities at Oxford activities. James is the founder and Co-director of the annual week-long Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School.
Pip Willcox is the Curator of Digital Special Collections at the Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford. With a background in scholarly editing and book history. Pip is a Co-director of the Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School.
Martin is based in IT Services and is active in the Digital Humanities team in the Oxford e-Research Centre. He is the Director for User Involvement and UK national representative for CLARIN, a major pan-European initiative to build a research infrastructure for the creation and use of electronic language resources in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Martin is a member of the Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics.