London Seminar in Digital Text and Scholarship

Full programme and abstracts online at Institute of English Studies; Thursdays at 1730 in Senate House, London.

10 October:
David Ganz (King’s College London), “Medieval Libraries in the Digital Age”

15 November:
Paul Eggert (New South Wales), “Text as Algorithm and as Process: A Critique”

13 December:
Jan Christoph Meister (Hamburg), “The Myth of the Digital or: Why Humanities Computing is Really Business as Usual”

17 January:
James E. Tierney (Missouri-St. Louis), “British Periodicals, 1660-1800: An Electronic Index”

21 February:
Andrew Prescott (Wales, Lampeter), “Digital Manuscripts: Retrospects and Prospects”

13 March:
Charles Henry (Council on Library and Information Resources), “The Talisman of Format: Celebrating the End of the Book”

17 April:
Marilyn Deegan (King’s College London), “I’ve read the news today, oh boy!”

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