Decoding Digital Humanities Decoding Digital Humanities (DDH) is a series of informal monthly meetings for anyone interested in research at the intersection of computational technologies and the humanities. Founded at University College London, these gatherings provide an opportunity to discuss readings and raise questions, but also to mingle and share ideas with others in the field of digital humanities.
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DDH London #11
Publication date: Jan 20, 2011 6:56:26 PM
Mar 23, 2011 5:30:00 PM
End: Mar 23, 2011 7:30:00 PM
Location: G24, Foster Court, UCL
The topic of this Decoding Digital Humanities will involve discussions about "A Day in the Life of Digital Humanities 2011". This is a project that looks at a day in the working life of people involved in the digital humanities. This will be the third such event and the some of our involvement last year can be seen at the blog post where their details are pulled together.
The organisers have made this reading available:
Rockwell et al 2010: A Day in the Life of Digital Humanities.
Digital Humanities 2010. (pp.208-211). London: Office for Humanities
We have also decided to change locations. Despite the good beer, the Wheatsheaf was
incredibly noisy and we couldn’t hear
ourselves think. Foster
Court has a nice new Common Room, with lovely red sofas, so we will be giving that a try. Wine will be
provided! To save you getting lost we provide a map showing the Malet Place entrance and Foster Court (the Common Room is along the corridor from G32).
As per usual: if you cannot make this date but are interested in future meetings, you can join the the DDH e-list!
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