Current PhD students

Dr Yu Lee An

Dr Yu Lee An

Position: PhD Candidate ICCR

School and/or Centres: Centre for Digital Humanities Research

Thesis: The purpose of Yu Lee's research is to build a bibliographical reference tool for Georgian and Victorian music trade as a Knowledge Base of semantically integrated and aware data using Linked Data.  It will enable her to create a system for publishing essential data relating to the British music trade as a Semantic Knowledge Base, which will transform the future use of this data, resulting in a new tool to musicology that will have significance far beyond the field of musicology.

Renee Dixson

Renee Dixson

Position: PhD Candidate ICCR

School and/or Centres: Centre for Digital Humanities Research

Thesis: Renee will be creating an archive of oral histories of LGBTIQ refugees, asylum seekers and migrants, challenging knowledge hegemonies and hierarchies of normative archival practices. This PhD research will allow her to establish the world's first open digital archive for LGBTIQ stories of forced migration.

Qian Wang

Qian Wang

Position: PhD Candidate ICCR

School and/or Centres: Centre for Digital Humanities Research

Thesis: Qian’s research applies Linked Data methods as well as visualization tools to analyse a book of Chinese mythology, Shanhaijing. It also entails comparative analyses between Western and Eastern mythologies, linking classics from the latter with literature from the former.

Gavin Findlay

Gavin Findlay

Position: PhD Candidate ICCR

School and/or Centres: Centre for Digital Humanities Research

Robert Fleet

Robert Fleet

Position: PhD Candidate ICCR

School and/or Centres: Centre for Digital Humanities Research

Airlie Lawson

Airlie Lawson

Position: PhD Candidate ICCR

School and/or Centres: Centre for Digital Humanities Research

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