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UCLDH Seminar 2015-16

Term One

Fri, 9 Oct 2015: Geopolitical diversity in Digital Humanities: how do we make it happen?
Speaker: Isabel Galina Russell (Researcher, Institute for Bibliographic Studies, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
Venue: G24, Arts and Humanities Common Room, Foster Court, 5.30pm
Weds, 28 Oct 2015: More than the Eye Can See: Digital Humanities Spectral Imaging
Speaker: Mike Toth (President R.B. Toth Associates and UCL Honorary Research Associate)
Venue: Darwin B15, 5.30pm
Weds, 25 Nov 2015: Design and R&D in Digital Humanities
Speaker: George Oates (Director, Good, Form and Spectacle)
Venue: G24, Arts and Humanities Common Room, Foster Court, 5.30pm
Weds, 2 Dec 2015: Digital Humanities and internet policy: the case of the Translation & Transliteration of Contact Information PDP Working Group
Speaker: Chris Dillon (Research Associate in Linguistic Computing, UCLDH)
Venue: G24, Arts and Humanities Common Room, Foster Court, 5.30pm

Term Two 

Weds, 20 Jan 2016: Project planning framework for 3D imaging in cultural heritage, including 3D image quality assessment
Speaker: Mona Hess (Research Manager at 3DIMPact, UCL Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering)
Venue: G24, Arts and Humanities Common Room, Foster Court, 5.30pm
Weds, 3 Feb 2016: Acts of being in proxies for prints. People in the Catalogue of Political and Personal Satires in the British Museum, circa 1770-1830
Speaker: James Baker (Lecturer in Digital History, University of Sussex)
Venue: G24, Arts and Humanities Common Room, Foster Court, 5.30pm
Weds, 24 Feb 2016: MicroPasts: Crowd and community fuelled archaeological research
Speaker: Daniel Pett (ICT Advisor, British Museum)
Venue: G24, Arts and Humanities Common Room, Foster Court, 5.30pm
Tues, 1 Mar 2016: Ada Lovelace, a scientist in the archives
Speaker: Ursula Martin (Professor of Computer Science)
Venue: G31, Foster Court, 5.30pm

Term Three

Wed, 27 Apr 2016: RITS and Oracc: new tools for editing the world’s oldest texts
Speaker: Eleanor Robson (Professor of History, UCL)
Venue: G24, Arts and Humanities Common Room, Foster Court, 5.30pm
Wed, 11 May 2016: From Visualisation to Analysis: Exploring an integrated approach to digital heritage imaging
Speaker: Sarah Duffy (Honorary Senior Research Associate, IoA, UCL)
Venue: G24, Arts and Humanities Common Room, Foster Court, 5.30pm
Wed, 18 May 2016: Scale as Deformance: The Particulars of 'Big Data' in the Humanities Research
Speaker: Ryan Cordell (assistant professor of English at Northeastern University)
Venue: G24, Arts and Humanities Common Room, Foster Court, 5.30pm