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“From Texts to Maps, or How to Visualize Literary Landscapes”

Posted in Events, Talks

Dr. Barbara Piatti of the Institute for Cartography and Geoinformation at the University of Zurich and co-founder of the Literary Atlas of Europe Project, spoke at McGill on October 9th about her work in the field of literary cartography. As

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Call for Presentations – Montreal Digital Humanities Showcase 2013

Posted in Calls for Papers, Events, News

Who: Montreal Researchers What: an afternoon of short work-in-progress presentations on research employing or developing digital methods and resources When: May 22, 1-4pm Where: McGill University Leacock 232 How: Send a Description to Do: prepare a 5 minute snappy

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There are laptops in my archive!

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Posted in Events, Lectures

After attending “Track Changes”, the 2013 McGill Digital Humanities Lecture delivered by Matthew Kirschenbaum of MITH (The Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities), I sat down to write my usual event coverage post for the DH Blog. Instead, I

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Manuscripts in the “New Golden Age”

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Dr. Roger Easton, of Rochester Institute of Technology, spoke to an audience of over 50 people on Wednesday, 20 February, regarding advancements in digital imaging technology and its impact on the future of manuscript studies.

Working with Manuscripts at McGill

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DH McGill convened an exploratory working group on 7 February 2013 to open discussion between faculty, library staff and students involved in digitization and manuscript culture initiatives around campus.