Skip to main content

Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

Trinity Menu Trinity Search


On this page you will find regular blog entries written by staff and students of the TCEH relating to our research. Topics broadly cover our work here at the TCEH, as well as how we actively incorporate multi-disciplinary methodologies to ask new questions about old answers.

Prof. Holm’s Recent Field Trip to the Billion Oyster Project in New York

Prof. Poul Holm recently visited the Billion Oyster Project in NYC to see how oysters are being reintroduced to the Hudson River Estuary...READ MORE

The Humanities and Climate Change. Historical human adaption to environmental change in the North Atlantic: an exemplar of humanities contributions to the climate change debate

TCEH PhD candidate Jonathan Mehaffey discusses the humanities' role in the climate change debate, exploring historical examples...READ MORE

Innovation paradigms and technological change in the Galicia agriculture (1890-2000)

Visiting TCEH research fellow Bruno Esperante Paramos of University of Santiago de Compostela outlines his PhD research on his project entitled 'Innovation paradigms and technological change in the Galicia agriculture (1890-2000)'....READ MORE

Experiences, impressions and thoughts on the EH summit 2018 in Munich, Schloss Hohenkammer organised by the Rachel Carson Centre for Environment and Society (Christof Mauch)

I was invited to the Environmental Humanities summit as a board member of the Trinity Centre for Environmental Humanities (TCEH), to step in for the Centre’s director....READ MORE

25th July 2018: Using R on the NorFish Project

The early July 'Skill Share' gathering provided an opportunity to explore the “R” programming language, especially in terms of visualising data in literal and practical terms....READ MORE

15th June 2018: NETCDF Files and our Research

On Friday (8 June) we held our first 'Skill Share' session – a new research club we have established in the TCEH for everyone to learn from and with colleagues and to share our knowledge with each other. This series of sessions is particularly focused on sharing digital methodologies so that our multi-disciplinary team can better understand each other's work and unique approaches. Many attended and one colleague even called in via Skype...READ MORE

NorFish - August 2017: The ‘Oosterscher Zee’ Map by Jan Van Hoirne (Antwerp, 1526)

Associate Research Fellow on the NorFish project Dr Kieran Ranking writes on some of the cartographic data in the NorFish Chart. Click to read the blog.