There will be a session at the International Medieval Congress (IMC) Leeds this year on Digital Humanities in Anglo-Saxon studies. The session will focus on four new projects: PASE 2 (Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England), the Revised ESawyer, ASCluster (the Anglo-Saxon Cluster) and DigiPal. We will be looking at how to ...
Author: Peter A. Stokes
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A 'proof of concept' demonstrator of the DigiPal project will be shown in Lyon on 25 May, at 5pm, as part of the Conférence-Démo series of the MutEC project (Mutualisation pour les éditions critiques et les corpus). We hope to have lots of discussion and feedback, so if you are ...
5 September 2011, King’s College London
The 'Digital Resource and Database of Palaeography, Manuscripts and Diplomatic' (DigiPal) at the Centre for Computing in Humanities at King's College London is pleased to announce a one-day symposium on digital resources for palaeography.
In recent years, scholars have begun to develop and employ ...
The Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King’s College London, is pleased to announce a PhD studentship in digital palaeography funded by a European Research Council project, Digital Resource of Palaeography. The studentship is to be held in the CCH as part of a PhD in Digital Humanities.
A press release for the 'Digital Resource for Palaeography' project was (briefly) featured on the front page of the KCL website. The full text of the release is still available in the KCL News Archive.