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Humanist Archives: Oct. 6, 2019, 7:08 a.m. Humanist 33.300 - events: Digital History Seminar (London)

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 33, No. 300.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: 2019-10-05 14:20:13+00:00
        From: Mia Ridge 
        Subject: Save the dates! 2019-20 IHR Digital History seminar topics announced

Dear Humanists,

The Convenors of the Digital History Seminar are delighted to announce our
seminar dates and topics for 2019/20, featuring a range of historical
questions and digital methods. As seminars are live-streamed, we welcome
anyone interested in digital history, whether in London or elsewhere.

Tuesday 26 November 2019 
Zoe Alker (Liverpool) -- Criminal Tattoos: data
mining the nineteenth century body

5:30 pm -- 6:30 pm, 26 November 2019, at Foster Court Room 215, UCL. Foster
Court is off Malet Place, part of UCL's Bloomsbury Campus, London, WC1E 6BS.

Tuesday 10 December 2019 -- Postgraduate Panel -- Roisin Astell (Kent), Lea
Beierman (Maastricht), Alex Kaye (UCL), Jack Newman (Kent), Lena Zlock

5:30 pm -- 6:30 pm, 10 December 2019, in Room N304, Institute of Historical

Tuesday 7 January 2020 -- Frédéric Clavert (Luxembourg) -- The social
media's framework of collective memory: commemorating the Great War on Twitter

5:30 pm -- 6:30 pm, 7 January 2020, in Room N304, Institute of Historical

Tuesday 4 February 2020 -- Teaching Panel -- Clare Rowan (Warwick), Rob
Houghton (Winchester), TBC (The Programming Historian)

5:30 pm -- 6:30 pm, in a TBC Central London location.

Tuesday 18 February 2020 -- Katie McDonough (Turing Institute) -- A Spatial
History of Industrialisation (Living with Machines Project)

5:30 pm -- 6:30 pm, 4 February 2020, in Room N304, Institute of Historical

Tuesday 3 March 2020 -- Jennifer Guiliano (Indiana) -- Difficult Heritage,
Indigeneity, and the Complexities of Colonial-Centric Research

5:30 pm -- 6:30 pm, 3 March 2020, in Room N304, Institute of Historical

Tuesday 5 May 2020 -- Anna Plassart (Open) -- "Nationality" in
nineteenth-century British parliamentary discourse

5:30 pm -- 6:30 pm, 5 May 2020, in Room N304, Institute of Historical

Tuesday 2 June 2020 (TBC) -- Harry Raffall (Royal Air Force Museum London) --
History in the Round: Virtual Reality and Historical Understanding

5:30 pm -- 6:30 pm, 2 June 2020 (TBC), in Room N304, Institute of Historical


About the Digital History Seminar

The Digital History Seminar has been
hosted by the Institute of Historical Research (http://www.history.ac.uk/)since
2012, in association with IHR Digital (http://www.history.ac.uk/digital).
It focuses on the discussion of historical research that has been made
possible by the use of electronic tools and resources.

Seminars are usually held from 5:30-6:30pm on Tuesdays. Anyone interested
in digital history is welcome to attend the seminar. We usually continue
the discussion with casual drinks or dinner afterwards. Sessions are also
live-streamed and available online afterwards.

Attend in-person or online

Seminars are usually held from 5:30-6:30pm on Tuesdays.

Online (live or afterwards) - see the seminar blog
(http://ihrdighist.blogs.sas.ac.uk/)or YouTube channel
(https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLBI7fD7EQmu652Pr_oWEYw)for links.

In person- John S Cohen Room 203, 2nd floor, Institute for Historical
Research. The IHR is in the North block of Senate House, University of
London (http://www.history.ac.uk/contact). Find Senate House on Malet Street
(http://www.history.ac.uk/contact), London, WC1E 7HU.

Some seminars may be held in different venues this year, so check the
website or newsletter sent before each seminar for details.

To keep in touch, follow us on Twitter (@IHRDigHist
(http://www.twitter.com/IHRDigHist)) or via the hashtag #dhist

Upcoming seminars are listed on our website

We look forward to seeing you at a seminar soon, whether in person or

Best regards,

The IHR Digital History seminar conveners - Melodee Beals
(Loughborough), James Baker (Sussex), Tessa Hauswedell (UCL), and Richard
Deswarte (UEA), Mia Ridge (British Library), Justin Colson (Essex), Matthew
Shaw (IHR).

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