Digital Humanities Event

New Digital Practices, Projects, and Audiences

9:30am - 5:00pm / Thursday 2nd March 2017 / Venue: AM - Seminar Room 5 PM - Seminar Room 1 Chatham Building
Type: Workshop / Category: Department / Series: Centre for the Study of International Slavery
  • Admission: Admission is free, lunch and refreshments included. Registration is essential.
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This workshop showcases a range of new and developing digital projects in order to examine some of the opportunities, challenges and fresh insights offered by digital scholarship.

The workshop features talks from BAFTA-nominated screenwriter, director, activist and scholar Tina Gharavi; Tom English, Library Reference Executive at Gale-Cengage Learning; Jon Hogg, Department of History at Liverpool; Zoe Alker, Department of Sociology at Liverpool; and Benjamin Ehlers, from the Department of History at University of Georgia.

You can view the full programme and register here: Eventbrite