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Happy New Year! – McGill Digital Humanities 2014-2015

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Posted in Courses, Events, McGill DH News, News, Research, Talks, Teaching

We’re off to the races this year: a full slate of talks for our Works in Progress series has shaped up nicely, and will range widely from MP3 encoding to GIS to text analysis to architecture, online publishing, and learning

Victoria Slonosky: Canada’s Climate History: Weather Observations from the St-Lawrence Valley, 1742-2010

Posted in Events, Spaces & GIS, Talks

Visualization Workshop

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We’re running a short series of Workshops on Visualization for Humanities Scholars this week at McGill. This page is our quick go-to-guide for the sessions, but it isn’t exhaustive by any means. On Tuesday we focused on thinking through Visualization,

“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

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.