2019 St Benet's Hall Research Forum on Fridays in Hilary Term: Digital Humanities

2019 St Benet's Hall Research Forum; Digital Humanities

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St Benet's Hall invites you to the 2019 St Benet's Research Forum.  Weekly talks on a range of topics in the Digital Humanities, covering the new digital tools and approaches in this multidisciplinary field of research, as well as the impact of these techniques on cultural heritage, memory institutions, libraries, archives and digital culture.

5:30pm in the Griffith Room, 11 Norham Gardens on

Friday 25 Jan – Matthew Thompson

Underwater Acoustic Localization and Referencing:

An Enhanced Positioning Method for Archaeological

Data Collection of Submerged Cultural Resources.

Friday 01 Feb – Barbara McGillivray

Computational semantics and historical texts: from Ancient Greek to web Archives

Tuesday 05 Feb – Paul Wordsworth

Scratching the surface: exploring the potential of digital epigraphy in Elkab (Upper Egypt)

Friday 15 Feb – Selin Nugent


Friday 22 Feb – Chris Green

It’s complicated: mapping and understanding 2,500 years of English archaeology

Friday 01 Mar – Kathryn Eccles

Interacting with collections: learning from public interaction with humanities materials

Friday 08 Mar - Siân Brooke

Women can't code: Unmasking the role of stereotypes in creative coding cultures

Friday 15 Mar – Iza Romanowska

Agent-based Modelling in Humanities Research