|12 Nov 2005
Association for History and Computing UK 2005 Conference
CRASSH, 17 Mill Lane, Cambridge
View of surface with approximate silhouettes generated with the tessellated mesh method – Amy Gooch, Masters Thesis, University of Utah, 1998
Convenor: Ian Anderson (University of Glasgow)
A one-day interdisciplinary conference that brings together scholars from history and related disciplines to explore the applicability of a range of innovative computer assisted methods and applications to historical research.
Compared to their colleagues in related disciplines such as archaeology and the social sciences historians have been slow to adopt computer-assisted methods. As historians increasingly use diverse approaches and challenging sources this is an opportune time to reconsider the potential of recent research and developments to provide new insights and understanding…
Attendance at the conference is free for AHC-UK Members.