First and foremost, Welcome! 🎉
This repository is to develop, store and maintain resources for the Humanities & Data Science (HDS) Discussion Group, which is part of a broader Turing Interest Group on the same topic.
This document (the README file) is a hub to give you some information about the project.
Since January 2020, we have been organising and hosting sessions to discuss imporant topics that are at the intersection of humanities and data science. Members of this discussion/interest group are from The Alan Turing Institute, University College London, British Library and their friends or colleagues. As we gain momentum in this project and test different formats to run our discussion sessions, we understand that there might be more people who would like to get involved in the discussions or read notes from these meetings.
The project maintainers and discussion group organisers are the following members:
- Federico Nanni (@fnanni), Senior Data Scientist, Research Engineering Group
- Katherine L. McDonough (@kmcdono2), History Postdoc, Living with Machine Project
- Valeria Vitale (@nottinauta), Research Associate, Digital Cultural Heritage
- Kalle Westerling (@kallewesterling), DH Research Software Engineer, Living with Machine Project
- Anne Lee Steele (@aleesteele), Community Manager of The Turing Way
- Leontien Talboom (@makethecatwise), PhD Student, UCL
- Malvika Sharan (@malvikasharan), Senior Researcher and Co-Lead of The Turing Way
If you would like to get involved or share ideas to make resources from these sessions available for wider audience, please get in touch with the maintainers of this repository by opening an issue on this repository.
If you would like to help with any of the issues raised in this repository or have other ideas for contributions, please check out our contributors' guidelines.
Please note that it's very important to us that we maintain a positive and supportive environment for everyone who wants to participate. When you join us we ask that you follow our Code of Conduct in all interactions both online and offline.