DH related sessions at the congress

 

The two following panels are of special interest to this group, though inconveniently scheduled.  The Digital Humanities Center at King’s College, London, is a world leader in Digital Scholarship.
Session 375:  Bernhard 208, Saturday at 10
Digital Methods I: Citation and Representation of Medieval Manuscripts
Sponsor: Digital Resource for Palaeography (DigiPal), Dept. of Digital
 Humanities, King’s College London
Organizer: Stewart J. Brookes, King’s College London
Presider: Stewart J. Brookes
To Thine Own Self Be True: Attempting to Capture the Ineffable Holistic in the
Empire of “Content” and “Data”
Matthew Evan Davis, North Carolina State Univ.
Citing Visual Evidence in Paleographical Argument: The DigiPal Experience
Peter A. Stokes, King’s College London
Constructing, Testing, and Analyzing a Semantic Graph of Manuscript Features
Christine Roughan, College of the Holy Cross, and Neel Smith, College of the
Holy Cross
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in Bernhard 208
Digital Methods II: Reading between the Lines of Medieval Manuscripts
Sponsor: Digital Resource for Palaeography (DigiPal), Dept. of Digital
 Humanities, King’s College London
Organizer: Stewart J. Brookes, King’s College London
Presider: Peter A. Stokes, King’s College London
Penn Provenance Project
Regan Kladstrup, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Univ. of Pennsylvania
First Impressions: Glosses Scratched into Old English Manuscripts
Stewart J. Brookes
You Scratch My Gloss and I’ll Scratch Yours: Glosses as Commentary,
Instruction, and/or Vandalism
Sarah J. Biggs, British Library/Courtauld Institute of Art

 

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One Response to DH related sessions at the congress

  1. Avatar of Ellen Joyce

    THis may be shameless self-promotion, but I’d like to let people know about Friday afternoon’s workshop introducing vHMML: An online environment for Manuscript Studies. It will be at 3:30 Friday in Bernhard 158.

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