Welcome to the Digital Humanities Network
Digital Humanities is transforming the practice of arts-based or arts-linked research, and the University of Glasgow has one of the strongest and longest-established communities of scholars in this area. Our Digital Humanities network, supported by ArtsLab, offers a forum for sharing expertise and building connections both within and beyond the University's College of Arts. Ann Gow & Marc Alexander
The Digital Archive of Scottish Gaelic / Dachaigh airson St├▓ras na G├áidhlig is an online repository of digitised texts and lexical resources for Scottish Gaelic. DASG has two main components, Corpas na G├áidhlig and the Fieldwork Archive.
Corpas na G├áidhlig aims to provide a comprehensive electronic corpus of Scottish Gaelic texts for students and researchers of Scottish Gaelic language, literature and culture. Corpas na G├áidhlig also provides the textual basis for the interuniversity project, Faclair na G├áidhlig (Dictionary of the Scottish Gaelic Language), upon which the future historical dictionary of Gaelic will be based.
The DASG Fieldwork Archive consists of a collection of vernacular materials (questionnaires, wordlists and sound recordings) collected throughout Gaelic Scotland and in Nova Scotia between the 1960s and 1980s as part of data collection for the Historical Dictionary of Scottish Gaelic (HDSG) project, which was based at the Department of Celtic between 1966 and 1997.