By Justin Tonra, on 26 July 2010
Tomorrow, July 27 at 5.30pm, sees Jeremy Bentham make his debut at the Decoding Digital Humanities series, run by the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities. This excellent series involves an informal, yet lively discussion on a predetermined topic related to Digital Humanities. Tomorrow’s session will address, among other things, Transcribe Bentham, as the subject of discussion will be Dr Melissa Terras’s recent plenary lecture which closed the DH2010 conference at King’s College London.
On Thursday, July 29 at 5.30pm, the newly established Melbourne Chapter of Decoding Digital Humanities will also discuss the same topic!