Small data and hand-crafted infrastructures: alternative models for digital research in the humanities

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Invited presentation for the School of Humanities and Social Inquiry’s Provocations seminar series, University of Wollongong, 27 September 2018

In May the government announced much-needed funding for a range of research infrastructure projects. Once again, however, the needs of the humanities and social sciences were largely overlooked. But what do we actually need? In this talk I want to flip the idea of digital research infrastructure to look at small-scale interventions rather than national platforms. What can we do now to support digital research in the humanities?
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