All seminars take place at 12.30-2pm on Tuesdays in Room 9, History Faculty
For further information please contact Leigh Denault (ltd22), and Rachel Leow (rl341)
Week 2, 13 October
Reading session: ‘Theory and postcolonial thinking in the Digital Humanities’ led by Rachel Leow (History Faculty, Cambridge University) [Reading list].
Week 3, 20 October
Week 4, 27 October
Guest lecture: Alan Blackwell (Professor in Interdisciplinary Design, Cambridge University)
‘The Challenge of Machine Learning for Humane Computer Interaction’ [PDF]
Week 5, 3 November
Reading session: ‘Digital traces of the Arab Spring’, led by Anne Alexander (Digital Humanities Network, Cambridge University) [Reading list].
Week 6, 10 November
Reading session: ‘Histories of the digital: Race and space in the digital humanities’, led by Leigh Denault (History Faculty, Cambridge University).
Week 7, 17 November
Guest lecture: Adam Crymble (Lecturer in Digital History, University of Hertfordshire)
‘Gamifying Big Historical Data: Video Games and Cultural Heritage’
Week 8, 24 November
Guest lecture: Stella Wisdom (Digital Curator, British Library)
‘British Library Labs: Digitised and Born Digital Records and Opportunities for Collaboration and Research’