International Correspondents

While 4Humanities began with participants and local chapters in Anglophone countries, it seeks to extend its scope and audience to other nations. To that end, 4Humanities International Correspondents are humanities researchers from non-Anglophone nations that report on events, policies, statements, and issues relating to the state of the humanities or advocacy for the humanities in the correspondent’s country. Sponsorship for these international correspondent positions during 2011-13 came from the Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH), the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing (ALLC), and the Canadian Institute for Research Computing in the Arts (CIRCA).

Geopolitical Diversity in Digital Humanities: An Interview with Isabel Galina Russell

Ernesto Priego interviews Isabel Galina Russell in anticipation of her UCLDH Seminar Series talk “Geopolitical diversity in Digital Humanities: how can we make it happen?”, on Friday 9 October 2015.

Digital Art in Egypt: Interview with Haytham Nawar

By Eva Kekou, 4Humanities International Correspondent Eva Kekou: Can you give us some information about your own work and research? Haytham Nawar: I am an artist, designer, researcher and educator. My work is interdisciplinary, spanning a variety of mediums from drawing, printmaking and photography, sound and light installations to Interactive Installations. I often integrate research, […]

The Time and Space of the City: Interview with Bill Psarras

  Bill Psarras (1985, Greece) is an artist and musician based in London. After completing his BA and MA in audiovisual arts (Greece) and digital arts (UK), he is now a PhD candidate (Goldsmiths University of London), conducting practice-based research on the exploration of emotional geographies of the city through artistic walking and embodied media […]

Interview with Areti Damala

By Eva Kekou, 4Humanities International Correspondent Eva Kekou: Can you give us some information about your background? Areti Damala: I started studying Classics, more specifically history, philosophy, Latin and Ancient Greek, before specializing in Material Culture, or more specifically, Archaeology and History of Art of the Mediterranean. I was lucky enough to follow courses both at […]

Interview with Alex May

By Eva Kekou, 4Humanities International Correspondent Alex May is a digital artist who utilises his extensive programming knowledge to create his own software for interactive digital artworks and video projection installations that explore our relationship with digital technologies and how human perception of reality can be altered and extended through code and light. He has performed […]