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The Digital and the Human: Remembering the Future of the Digital Humanities

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Author Profile: Patrick Egan
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Dear all,

On Thursday 17 October, as part of the Arts and Humanities Festival, Willard McCarty will be speaking on 'The Digital and the Human: Remembering the Future of the Digital Humanities', a version of his landmark Busa lecture. Following Willard's lecture, I will introduce a short panel discussion on the themes of the lecture.

Members of the panel will include Dr David Berry, University of Sussex, editor of the recent volume, 'Understanding the Digital Humanities' and the author of a forthcoming book on 'The Critical Digital Humanities', and Professor Paul Conway of the School of Information, University of Michigan, who is currently a Visiting Senior Fellow at King's College London.

The event takes place in the Council Room in the King's Building and starts at 19.30. Please try and encourage as many staff, students and digital humanities enthusiasts to attend as you can. Please also repost this information to any lists or social media you can think of.

The event is free, but all attending are asked to register at: https://digitalandthehuman.eventbrite.co.uk/ For further details, see: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/ahri/eventrecords/2013-2014/Festival/digital-and-human.aspx


Professor Andrew Prescott FRHistS
Head of Department
Department of Digital Humanities
King's College London

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