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Towards Large-scale Cultural Analytics in the Arts and Humanities

Towards Large-scale Cultural Analytics in the Arts and Humanities

An AHRC funded project, exploring how to make use of large-scale cultural events data for research


The team consist of a set of interdisciplinary researchers, working in close partnership with our project consultants, Data Thistle.

  • PI: Professor Melissa Terras, Professor of Digital Cultural Heritage, University of Edinburgh
  • Co-I: Professor Lesley McAra, Professor of Penology, University of Edinburgh
  • Co-I: Professor Mark Parsons, Personal Chair in High Performance Computing, University of Edinburgh
  • Co-I: Dr Rosa Filgueira, Lecturer in Computing Science, University of St Andrews
  • Post-Doctoral Research Assistant: Dr Suzanne R Black, Research Fellow in Data Service Design, University of Edinburgh
  • Research Assistant: Alina Kamalova, PhD candidate, University of Edinburgh


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