Digital Humanities

Montreal Digital Humanities Showcase 2013

22May201313:00
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who: Montreal Researchers what: Projects using or considering digital technologies & Methods, resources, or tools in humanistic research how: Prepare a 5 minute snappy short on your work for...

Montreal Digital Humanities Showcase 2013 - Calls for Presentations

Published: 26Apr2013

CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS - DUE MAY 12 to Digital.Humanities [at] mcgill.ca Montreal Digital Humanities Showcase 2013 Are you using digital research methodologies and resources in your humanities...

It is all on the Web, so why bother? Special Collections in the Digital Age

20Mar201315:45
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Speakers: 1. Stefan Sinclair (McGill), 2. Lindsay Eckert (University of Toronto), 3. Fiona Black (Dalhousie), 4.Leslie Howsam (Windsor / SHARP) 5. Julie Cumming (McGill)  Moderator: Dean Ellen...

Hacking Culture Node

4Feb201314:30
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Convenor - Gabriella Coleman

Hacking Culture Node

4Feb201314:30
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Convenor - Gabriella Coleman Hackers: They everywhere and yet everywhere misunderstood. What makes them tick? What makes them tock? Why are they relevant to Digital Humanities?

Track Changes: The Literary History of Word Processing - McGill 2013 Digital Humanities Lecture - Matt Kirschenbaum (Maryland)

21Mar201318:30
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Mark Twain famously prepared the manuscript for Life on the Mississippi (1883) with his new Remington typewriter, the first literary text ever submitted to a publisher in typewritten form.

Roger Easton “Imaging Technologies and an Impending New 'Golden Age' in Manuscript Studies"

20Feb201317:30
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The imaging of the visual appearance of manuscripts for wide dissemination via the internet is now widely practiced and has dramatically changed the lives of manuscript scholars.

Greg Crane - The Humanities in a Digital Age

27Nov201216:00
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For more information please see http://digihum.mcgill.ca/event/greg-crane-the-h/digital-humanitiesCategory: Digital Humanities

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