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About

Our mission is to support, facilitate, promote and inspire data-led and applied digital research across the arts, humanities and social sciences.

 

The Edinburgh Centre for Data, Culture & Society (CDCS), founded in 2019, is an initiative of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Edinburgh. Directed by Professor Melissa Terras, it is a component of the Edinburgh Futures Institute and was founded in the wider context of CAHSS’s commitment to the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal. As data and digital technology transform our university, our city and our world, CDCS and EFI aim to ensure that the vital contributions that the arts, humanities and social sciences make to this transformation are recognised and celebrated.

CDCS has a core team of Leads from different Schools across CAHSS. The Centre also operates a Stakeholders Forum, which meets biannually and is open to all interested parties. Our work is overseen by a Steering Group and meeting papers are available on the CDCS governance sharepoint site (University of Edinburgh login required). Our Annual Reports are available as both pdfs and Word files (on request).

OUR PEOPLE

Arianna Andreangeli

Arianna Andreangeli

Role: CDCS Stakeholder Forum Chair
Lisa Otty

Lisa Otty

Role: CDCS Centre Manager
Lucia Michielin

Lucia Michielin

Role: Digital Skills Training Manager
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Laura Murray

Role: CDCS Administrative Assistant
Galina Andreeva

Galina Andreeva

Role: Lead for Business School
Lachlan Urquhart

Lachlan Urquhart

Role: Lead for Law School
Morgan Currie

Morgan Currie

Role: Lead for School of Social and Political Science
Diego Battiston

Diego Battiston

Role: Lead for School of Economics
Bev

Beverley Hood

Role: Lead for Edinburgh College of Art
Jon Henderson

Jon Henderson

Role: Lead for School of History, Classics and Archaeology
Beatrice Alex

Beatrice Alex

Role: Lead for Edinburgh Futures Institute
Christian Ilbury

Christian Ilbury

Role: Lead for School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences
Likando Kumoyo

Likando Kumoyo

Role: CDCS Centre Administrator
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Ianthe Sutherland

Role: Lead for Digital Library
Robin Hill

Robin Hill

Role: Lead for School of Informatics
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Jessica Witte

Role: Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Michael Fuller

Michael Fuller

Role: Lead for School of Divinity
Melissa Terras

Melissa Terras

Role: CDCS Founder and Director; Professor of Digital Cultural Heritage
Philippa Sheail

Philippa Sheail

Role: Lead for Moray House School of Education and Sport
Ed MacKenzie

Ed MacKenzie

Role: EFI Research Technologist
Roxanne Guildford

Roxanne Guildford

Adam Ferron

Adam Ferron

Justin Ho

Justin Ho

Francisca Anita Adom-Opare

Francisca Anita Adom-Opare

Ellen Frank Delgado

Ellen Frank Delgado

Albert Sharra

Albert Sharra

Yazmin Morlet Corti

Yazmin Morlet Corti

Ayca Atabey

Ayça Atabey

Gregg Lloren

Gregg Lloren

Lucy Havens

Lucy Havens

David Mesa-Ruiz

David Mesa-Ruiz

Naomi Korn

Naomi Korn

Youssef Al Hariri

Youssef Al Hariri

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Anand Ranjan

Andrew McLean

Andrew McLean

Asad Khan

Asad Khan

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Matthew Tannam-Elgie

Joseph Nockels

Joseph Nockels

Victoria Evans

Victoria Evans

Claudia González-Márquez

Claudia González-Márquez

Ash Charlton

Ash Charlton

Wenlong Li

Wenlong Li

Agana-Nsiire Agana

Agana-Nsiire Agana

George Oates

George Oates

Executive Director & Founder
The Flickr Foundation
Adam Crymble

Adam Crymble

Lecturer in Digital Humanities
University College London
David Beavan

David Beavan

Principal Research Software Engineer
The Alan Turing Institute, London
Suzanne Black

Suzanne Black

Kevin Glynn

Kevin Glynn

Associate Professor in Geography & Environmental Sciences
Northumbria University
Francesca Saggini

Francesca Saggini

Professor in English Literature
Università degli Studi della Tuscia (Viterbo), Italy

Centre for Data, Culture & Society

56 George Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9JU

e: cdcs@ed.ac.uk

t: 0131 650 4539

 

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