This term I’m involved in quite a few events based at Senate House (University of London).  Here’s a quick timetable but more will follow in the coming weeks.

 

Date Type Event Details
15-20 October Social Media Bloomsbury Festival Various events
15 October Live Stream Digital History seminar Adam Crymble (King’s College London): The Programming Historian 2: collaborative pedagogy for digital history
23 October Organiser The Social Scholar Julian Harrison (British Library): The Anti-Social Scholar (and how not to become one)
29 October Live Stream Digital History seminar Rob Nelson (Richmond): Ideology and algorithms: the uses of nationalism in the American Civil War and topic modelling in his research
12 November Live Stream Digital History seminar Rob Iliffe (Sussex): Re-writing a life: Isaac Newton as revealed from his digital archive
13 November Organiser The Social Scholar Mark Carrigan (Warwick): Getting Started as a Research Blogger: Single Authored or Multi Authored Blogs?
26 November Presentation Archives and Society seminar Matt Phillpott (SAS): Blogging History: What are the uses of blogs in academic and archival setting?
4 December Organiser The Social Scholar Anne Alexander (CRASSH, Cambridge): The ethics of social media publishing: a brief introduction for researchers
5 December Presentation Society, Culture & Belief, 1570-1800 seminar Matt Phillpott (SAS): Tracing the reputation of Polydore Vergil: scholarly debates and cultural change during the English Reformation

 

 

 

 

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