Barbara Hui

Apologies for the lateness of my post! I’m generally interested in GIS in the humanities. Have been working on a project called Litmap in conjunction with my dissertation, which attempts to map literature, and which you can see (partially) here. I’ve worked extensively on Hypercities (coding and conceptual development) and also some Nordic folklore mapping projects, for example the Danish Folklore Data Nexus.

Am very much looking forward to seeing what other people are up to in SoCal w/ regards to these areas and also other tech + humanities things, and would love to talk about collaboration. Very excited that THATCamp is coming to SoCal!

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About barbarahui

Barbara's work lies at the intersection of the humanities and digital technology: she holds a PhD in Comparative Literature and has also been a software developer for many years. She currently works at the California Digital Library in Oakland as a developer on the eScholarship publishing platform. She previously worked at the UC Humanities Research Institute and has also been a developer on several digital humanities projects including Hypercities and The Danish Folklore Data Nexus. You can read more about her at

1 Response to Barbara Hui

  1. janaremy says:

    Can’t wait to hear you talk about your project, Barbara. 🙂

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