We invite all who are interested to join us for the Autumn Digital Humanities seminar at King’s College London. The seminars are on Tuesday afternoons at 18:00, and held in the Anatomy Museum (ATM) on the 6th floor of the King’s Building on the Strand campus (with exceptions clearly marked below).
Peter Stokes, Stewart Brookes, Giancarlo Buomprisco (KCL), Elaine
Treharne (Stanford), Donald Scragg (Manchester)
Digital Resource and Database for Palaeography, Manuscript Studies and Diplomatic (DigiPal) launch event (Room K2.29)
Weds 22-Oct-2014 *17:30 start*
Helma Dik (University of Chicago)
Philologia ex machina: Are we getting any closer? (Room K0.20)
*Note: this event is on a Wednesday at 17:30, and is a joint seminar with the Classics department*
Timo Honkela (National Library of Finland, Helsinki)
Text Mining for Digital Humanities (ATM)
Tobias Blanke (KCL) et alii.
Book launch: Digital Asset Ecosystems: Rethinking crowds and clouds (ATM)
Gabriel Bodard (KCL), Daniel Pett (British Museum), Humphrey Southall (Portsmouth), Charlotte Tupman (KCL)
Round table: Linking ancient people, places, objects and texts (ATM)