Tag Archives: Digital Humanities

Day of Archaeology

Day of Archaeology

Day of Archaeology

Last Friday was the Day of Archaeology and judging by the number and quality of posts, this year’s event looked to be one of if not the most successful yet. Massive congratulations and thanks to the organising team who do all the hard work, so much of it in their own time! Continue reading

Digital Heritage International Congress 2013

Fort St Jean and MuCEM by obni

Fort St Jean and MuCEM by obni

Possibly the largest gathering of digital heritage specialists ever will take place this autumn in Marseilles, France. Continue reading

GIS software for the Digital Humanities: A free two-day workshop

Spatial Humanities at Lancaster

Spatial Humanities at Lancaster

Following on from their previous event, the good folks at Lancaster University are running another seminar in April.

Such opportunities are few and far between and GIS training can be costly so I would thoroughly recommend taking advantage of this if at all possible. Continue reading

GIS in the Digital Humanities

Spatial Humanities at Lancaster

Spatial Humanities at Lancaster

The good folks from the Spatial Humanities Project based at Lancaster University are running a free one day seminar in November. This is only part of their outreach activities which also feature an informative YouTube channel and other learning resources. Continue reading