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Digital Resources & Online Publishing Workshop

last modified Sep 18, 2012 02:14 PM
Workshop at Sidney Sussex College Old Library Thursday 27 September 2012

A workshop on Digital Resources & Online Publishing at Sussex College Old Library on Thursday 27 September 2012. If you are interested in participating please email Bernhard Fulda to reserve one of the remaining spaces.

9.15 – 9.30
General introduction (Andrew Zurcher & Bernhard Fulda)
9.30 – 11.30
Academic projects
Dr Elaine Murphy (Cromwell & 1641 Depositions projects)
Dr Luke Blaxill (KCL, language of Victorian politics project)
Dr Gethin Rees (Mapping Jewish communities of Byzantine Empire)
Dr Andrew Zurcher (Spenser Archive & Homepage, Oxford Scholarly Editions Online – Renaissance editor)
Discussion of implications for own work & projects
11.30 – 13.00
Commercial projects
Dr Julia de Mowbray (Cengage Gale, History & Politics editor)
1.00 – 2.00pm
Lunch break
2.00 – 2.45
Digital Humanities
Prof Willard McCarty (King’s College, London)
Beyond resource-building, accessing and publishing


Preparatory reading

Webpages of academic projects


Webpages of commercial projects


Digital Humanities articles

Patrick Svensson, ‘Humanities Computing as Digital Humanities’, in Digital Humanities Quarterly 2009 3.3
Patrick Svensson, ‘Envisioning the Digital Humanities’, in Digital Humanities Quarterly 2012 6.1
Willard McCarty, ‘The Residue of Uniqueness’, in Historical Social Research 37 (2012), 3, 24-45


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