New HRI Digital Staff Members
HRI Digital has appointed two new research associates to support the Faculty of Arts and Humanities in developing and embedding digital humanities research and teaching.
Dr Angeliki Chrysanthi
Angeliki completed her PhD at the University of Southampton in 2015; her research centred on co-constructing and sharing knowledge of the past in the new creative ways enabled by the digital age. She has previously worked in several archaeological, digital heritage and interdisciplinary research projects in the U.K., Greece, Italy and Turkey, and more recently as a Research Assistant on the Personal Architectonics Through INteraction with Artefacts (PATINA), a multidisciplinary and multi-partner project funded by the Research Councils UK Digital Economy scheme
Dr James O’Sullivan
James was previously working as a Digital Humanities Researcher Designer at Pennsylvania State University. He is very active in the Digital Arts and Humanities community and in 2014 was shortlisted for the Fortier Prize for Digital Humanities research. Among several other appointments, he is the current Chair of the DHSI Colloquium at the University of Victoria, a member of the Association for Computers and the Humanities’ Standing Committee on Affiliates, a Communications Fellow of the European Association for Digital Humanities, and an appointed member of the ADHO’s Global Outlook::Digital Humanities Executive.
In addition to the new Research Associates, a new HRI Coordinator has also been appointed:
Becci was previously working within the Graduate School at Imperial College London as a Postgraduate Development Officer. As well as managing the administrative tasks of a large professional skills programme, she also developed new student systems and processes in order to make the department more efficient and improve the student experience overall.
You can view staff profiles on the HRI Digital website.
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