The Role of Space and Place in the Scholarly Meeting

best one DH2014 lausanne, for the environment, the venues, the woods.

— DARIAH VX Participant

Walking tour in a new city exploring research themes – conversations were muddled, sometimes sung, with poetry and carried on through the evening. These conversations that were started cast warm shadows onto the rest of the event and became imprinted onto each place, each session, each person. We connected to research, our passion for research and found friendships that last along with the shadows.

— DARIAH VX Participant

Investigating Liveness
Investigating Liveness: An Experiment with Applied Drama
Why I Travel (for work)
DH@TCD's Vicky Garnett discusses how travel has benefited her research on her blog (opens in new tab)
Experimental Modes of Knowledge Exchange
Sarah Kenderdine shares some thoughts on potential future modes of knowledge exchange.

For a more immersive experience, why not head over to our ‘Sense of Place’ page in the Coffee Break: