Thursday, April 18, 2013

Digital Humanities Research Seminar with Harold Short - 23 May

The UWA Institute of Advanced Studies are running a master class with Harold Short, Professor of Humanities Computing at King’s College London. The seminar will run on 23 May between 2pm-4pm. Spaces are limited so sign up today!

Guns in the Garden: Collaboration and contest in digital humanities research

Digital humanities as a field of academic activity is fundamentally inter-disciplinary or multi-disciplinary. This cross-disciplinary character gives rise at best to new questions and new methods, and in many cases require larger teams of researchers than have typically been the norm in arts and humanities research. It follows that successful projects require new and increasingly sophisticated forms of collaboration, and many projects across the international digital humanities world demonstrate both the challenges and potential benefits of this. 

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