Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller

Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller

Terhi is passionate about the potential of Linked Open Data to support and diversify scholarship in the Humanities. She’s a Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Digital Humanities Research at the ANU.

Terhi also leads the JazzCats Linked Data jazz music metadata project and has produced 3D scans for the British Museum and the National Museum of Australia.

Terhi is Qian Wang’s primary supervisor for her PhD project on Digital Humanities in traditional Chinese folk tales.

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