(Click the titles to listen to the podcasts.)
Opening Keynote : Beyond chronology and profession: discovering how to write a history of the Digital Humanities
Willard McCarty, Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London; Centre for Cultural Research, University of Western Sydney.
Knowledge Spaces and Digital Humanities
Claudine Moulin, Universitaet Trier, Germany.
Edward Vanhoutte, Royal Academy of Dutch Language and Literature - Ghent, Belgium.
Melissa Terras, Dept. Information Studies, UCL.
Different stories to be lived and told: recovering Lehmann James Oppenheimer (1868-1916) for the narrative of the Irish Arts & Crafts movement (1894-1925)
James G.R. Cronin, School of History & Centre for Adult Continuing Education, University College Cork, Ireland.
Andrew Flinn, Dept. Information Studies, UCL.
Vanda Broughton, Dept. Information Studies, UCL.
DH pioneers and progeny: some reflections on generational accomplishment and engagement in the Digital Humanities
Ray Siemens, Faculty of Humanities, University of Victoria. (Virtual presentation)
Lou Burnard, Oxford University Computing Services (Emeritus).
Discussion: towards an oral history of Computing in the Humanities, Chaired by Anne Welsh and Julianne Nyhan, Dept. Information Studies, UCL
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