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The University of Southampton
Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute

Research project: Digital Humanities research

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sotonDH is the hub for Digital Humanities research, teaching and enterprise at the University of Southampton.We include researchers from across the University and industrial partners. sotonDH research and research-informed teaching are focused on multidisciplinary collaborations crossing the humanities/science spectrum.

Recent funders

Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh Napier University, AHRC, British School at Rome, MiBAC: Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma, JISC, British Academy, English Heritage, EPSRC, EU, ESRC, Leverhulme Trust, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, GeoAcoustics Ltd, Google, HERA (Humanities in the European Research Area), Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, NERC and University of Southampton.

Recent institutional collaborators

Universities of Bristol, Brighton, York, Greenwich, Newcastle, Reading, Swansea, Cambridge, Edinburgh, Wellington, Toronto, Trondheim and Lyon. Also KCL, UCL, Royal Holloway, Open University, UC Berkeley, Memorial University, Queen Margaret University, Stanford, Edinburgh Napier University, and Columbia University.

British Museum, British Library, COPAC, National Museum of Denmark, Natural History Museum of Vienna, Zagreb Archaeological Museum, Lejre Archaeological Park (Sagnlandet), Victoria and Albert Museum, Naxos Music Library, National Trust, English Heritage, Crafts Council, Cultural Centre – Museum of Bar, Montenegro, National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales, Ecole Francaise de Rome, Centre Camille Jullian, British School at Rome, MiBAC: Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Roma, and City of Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery

Google, Microsoft Research, RISM UK & Ireland, Nokia Research, GeoAcoustics Ltd, Grove Music Online, Cecelia, TaiCaan Technologies Ltd, EMI, and Poppy Records

Related research groups

Centre for Maritime Archaeology
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