Web archives and cities: mining the web to learn our cities
Dr E Tranos, Prof J Grieve
22 January 2019
This project will explore how the dynamics of cities are reflected in and, therefore, can be sensed by mining online content. Not only cities change, but they also change faster than the secondary data update pace.
Neanderthal evolution in Pleistocene Gibraltar: reconstructing the environmental context
Prof Ed Rhodes, Dr K Penkman
9 January 2019
The aim of this project is to unlock records of high magnitude rapid environmental change in the Gibraltar region using coupled amino acid racemization and luminescence dating of sediment archives, in order to better understand the context in which Neanderthal occupation and evolution took place.
Georgian Paper Traces: Stories, Ephemeral Texts and Hidden Objects
Dr C Wigston Smith, Dr B Wilcock, Dr H Greig
4 January 2019
Applications are invited for a potential AHRC-funded collaborative doctoral award based at the University of York’s Department of English and Related Literature in collaboration with the National Trust.
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