3 March 2017

The Programming Historian project wins a Digital Humanities Award.

The Digital History Research Centre is pleased to announce that the Programming Historian, has won the 'Digital Humanities Award' for 'best series of posts' for its eleven new tutorials that highlight techniques for using technology to enhance arts and humanities research.

The project was launched in 2012 and has attracted an audience of more than 270,000 users in the past year. Thanks to everyone who continues to support the project. Find out more on the project blog.