Digital Connections

Momentous news! Connected Histories is nearing completion, and to mark the event we’re holding a one-day workshop on 31 March at the Institute of Historical Research, London.

Digital connections: new methodologies for British history, 1500-1900

A workshop introducing two major new digital resources, Connected Histories and Mapping Crime

*Tim Hitchcock (University of Hertfordshire): Towards a history lab for the digital past

*Connected Histories for research – parallel workshops
**1500-1700 – facilitated by Peter Webster (Institute of Historical Research)
**1700-1900 – facilitated by Bob Shoemaker (University of Sheffield)

*David Tomkins (Bodleian Library, University of Oxford): Mapping Crime: making connections and exploring narratives in 18th- and 19th-century crime material

*Keynote address: David Thomas (The National Archives): Let a hundred flowers bloom – is digital a cultural revolution?

*Reception with wine and nibbles

Registration is free but numbers are limited so you should book early to be sure of a place!

To register, contact Jane Winters: jane.winters@sas.ac.uk

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