• echoes & traces?

    When I first began my current position as a full-time research student with the Open University, I spent some time thinking about how digital humanities methods might be used in the study of traditional musics. I looked at a variety of existing projects and could not help noticing the popularity …

    A prototype map of a song
Pie chart.

for the love of …

Having accumulated a substantial number of Welsh-language folk-song texts, I thought I’d post a very (very) initial thought based on some statistical analysis of their contents. Using a handy little programme called AntConc1 to process some 10,000 words worth of song texts, I produced a frequency list of the various forms of …

a visual representation of a tweet saying "@thepanel: please acknowledge this contribution."

on digital debates

In November, I attended the AHRC Digital Transformations Moot in London. It was an interesting and lively event, and I hope that many positive things will come out of it. Aside from the “live” debates and panel discussions taking place, I found myself fascinated by the twitter activity that permeated the …

A prototype map of a song

echoes & traces?

When I first began my current position as a full-time research student with the Open University, I spent some time thinking about …