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We are very pleased to announce the programme for the UCLDH Seminar Series for 2014-15. All are welcome and there will be drinks after each talk. Please note that registration is required.


Alberto Campagnolo, Book conservator, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana

Thursday 20th November 2014

5.30pm, G31, Foster Court

Scalpels and magic wands. From the physical world of book conservation to the magic of Digital Humanities


Cristina Amati, Department of Computer Science, UCL

Wednesday 26th November 2014

5.30pm, G31, Foster Court

Image Aesthetics: From Philosophical to Computational Exploration


Dr Kathryn E. Piquette, Cologne Center for eHumanities, Universität zu Köln

Wednesday 3rd December 2014

5.30pm, G31, Foster Court

Illuminating the Herculaneum Papyri with New Digital Imaging Techniques


Dr Jane Winters, Institute of Historical Research

Wednesday 28th January 2015

5.30pm, G31, Foster Court

Big data for humanities research: from digging into the parliamentary record to exploring the UK Web Archive


Further talks for 2015 are TBC.

For further information and details on how to register, please see the UCLDH Seminar Series page.


Kind regards,

Sarah Davenport

Centre Co-ordinator

Centre for Digital Humanities

Department of Information Studies

University College London

Gower Street, WC1E 6BT

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