|20 Feb 2009
|9:00am - 5:30pm
A workshop for graduate students and early career researchers that introduces new tools for research into some of the many digital archives that exist across a range of disciplines, demonstrating how these resources can be used to ask new questions and how 'the Archive' itself is changing as it becomes increasingly digital.
Confirmed speakers include:
Robin Boast (Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge)
Ian Cross and Martin Rohrmeir (Centre for Music and Science, University of Cambridge)
Leigh Denault (Digitization of History Project, Centre for History and Economics, King's College, University of Cambridge)
Raphael Lyne (Scriptorium, University of Cambridge)
Sue Mehrer and Emma Coonan (University Library, University of Cambridge)
John Norman (CARET, University of Cambridge)
Ben Outhwaite (Taylor-Schechter, Genizah Project, University of Cambridge)
Cameron Petrie (Dept of Archaeology, University of Cambridge)
Mark Turin (Digital Himalaya Project, University of Cambridge)
Paul White and Sam Kuper (Darwin Correspondence Project, University of Cambridge)
This workshop is part of the AHRC- funded Interdisciplinary Research Training Network (IRTN) for graduate students and forms part of the Digital Humanities project at CRASSH.
IRTN travel bursaries are available for students attending the event. To download a bursary form please go to http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/page/39/irtn.htm.
Programme and Registration
To view the programme and register online please click on the link sat the right hand side of the page. The fee for everyone is £5.
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