MASTERCLASS BY DR JENNIFER EDMOND
||Tuesday 9 August 2016
Level 2, George Kingston Building
City West Campus
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The 'digital humanities' are growing rapidly to become what some feel will become the dominant methodology of the current generation of scholars, and what others interpret as a distraction, or indeed an outright threat, to humanistic traditions of knowledge creation. In this masterclass, Dr Jennifer Edmond introduced the basic definitions and approaches of digital humanities, including some of the real opportunities and threats the ‘digital turn’ in scholarship pose.
Guillory, John: How Scholars Read
Crane, Greg: What Do You Do With a Million Books?
Moretti, Franco: Conjectures on World Literature
Jennifer Edmond is Director of Strategic Projects in the Faculty of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences at Trinity College Dublin in Ireland. Her research encompasses new models for scholarly publishing in the digital age, collaboration models in the digital humanities, strategic considerations for archives in the digital world, and open learning in the ‘cosmopolitan’ internet.
Presented by the Hawke EU Centre for Mobilities, Migrations and Cultural Transformations.