The Digital Humanities Workshop is an occasion for an international group of scholars, curators, archivists, and artists who work in the field of digital humanities. It is designed to give both Canadian and international participants opportunities to learn from each other about the diverse and rapidly changing ways in which digital technologies are influencing the roles of scholars, creators, students, patrons, and clients in the Humanities.
The goal of the workshop is to create the opportunity for information sharing from a broad spectrum of the digital community and scholars connected to the humanities who can provide in-depth presentations from the perspective of those who are expert in digital technologies. The workshop will take place at Carleton University, Ottawa, from May 13-15, 2016.
The workshop is supported by funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, the Carleton Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, the College of Humanities, 1125@Carleton, and the Edgar and Dorothy Davidson Fund.
*The workshop is free and open to the public. No registration is required*
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Friday May 13th Lecture: “Architectural, Pictorial, and Virtual Environments: Making Space for the Oculus Mentis of Ancient Theatre” Professor Richard C. Beacham, King’s College London