Decoding Digital Humanities #2 London

By Claire S Ross, on 30 March 2010

The next Decoding Digital Humanities meetup will be held on Monday 12 April. We had an excellent crowd of about 20 people come along to the first event (DDH # 1) on 16 March with loads of thought provoking discussion. But of course, there are many issues yet to consider and explore and what could be more fun than doing so with others over a pint or two? As before, we would like to continue with assigning some reading(s) to provide a focus for our discussions.

Richard Lewis, did an excellent write up which can be found on his blog here , and he suggested this reading:

Mateas, Michael (2005). “Procedural Literacy: Educating the New Media
Practitioner”. On the Horizon 13:2 (2005): 101-111.

http://users.soe.ucsc.edu/~michaelm/publications/mateas-oth-2005.pdf

We would really like you to suggest ideas on what you would like to discuss or articles you reccomend for future meet ups. Email you suggestion to Kathryn or Claire or leave a comment on the blog. The assigned reading will be posted on hereĀ andon the DDH webpage . Again the purpose of these events is to discuss the nature, purpose and potential of DH in order to learn about and make the most of current developments.
Date: Monday, 12 April 2010

Time: 5.30pm – 7.30pm

Location: Jeremy Bentham pub, 31 University Street, London, WC1E 6JL (map )

This event is open to UCL staff and students, and their guests. RSVP is appreciated but not required. If you cannot make this date but are interested in future events, send us a quick email to register your interest and we’ll add you to the DDH e-list!

For other UCL Centre for Digital Humanities events visit the UCLDH events page .