Monthly Archives: December 2010

Connected Histories and Data Mining: New Tools for the Digital Humanities

Bob Shoemaker (Professor of Eighteenth-Century British History, University of Sheffield), one of the primary academics behind the Old Bailey on-line archive (http://www.oldbaileyonline.org/), recently came to address the Open University’s Digital Humanities seminar (22 November 2010). Having been set up with … Continue reading

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Filling in some Gaps in GAP

Sometimes there‚Äôs nothing like a little face-to-face time to get a project going, even one that’s dealing predominantly with on-line material and involving collaborators from around the globe. So last week I flew to the UK to work first with … Continue reading

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Talking Digital Infrastructure @ the ESF, Strasbourg

Back at the end of October I attended a two-day workshop put on by the European Science Foundation (yes, Humanities research counts as Science in the European Union). The Workshop addressed the issue of Research Communities and Infrastructures in the … Continue reading

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