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Humanist Archives: April 24, 2019, 8:53 a.m. Humanist 32.626 - events: Vizualizing St Petersburg (King's College London)

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        Date: 2019-04-24 07:49:39+00:00
        From: Salciute Civiliene, Gabriele 
        Subject: Inaugural WM Fellowship Event / 18.00-21.00 8th May

Dear All,

We are very pleased to invite you to the inaugural Willard McCarty
Fellowship event at which 2018-2019 Fellowship holder Antonina
Puchkovskaia will give her lecture on Vizualizing St Petersburg Based on
Russian Corpus Analysis. The event is held from 18.00 to 21.00 on
Wednesday 8th May, Bush House SE 2.12.

For more details abut the programme and to register to secure a place,
pls visit the Eventbrite page https://bit.ly/2IU7679.

Please also note that Antonina will stay with us from 1st May until 13th
May and she is happy to be contacted by email
aapuchkovskaya@corp.ifmo.ru to arrange meetings during her stay.

We'll also appreciate if you could spread the word around about this event.

Best wishes,
Gabriele and Paul

Dr Gabriele Salciute Civiliene
Lecturer in Digital Humanities Education
Departmentof Digital Humanities
King's College London
Room C0.08, Chesham Bldg,
Strand Campus, WC2B 2LS
Telephone: + 44 (0)20 7848 7145
Email: gabriele.salciute-civiliene@kcl.ac.uk

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