By Simon Mahony, on 23 June 2015
Friday June 26th at 16:30, in Room G31, Foster Court, Malet Place, WC1E 6BT
The seminar this week features Digital Humanities / Digital Classics MA and MSc students from both UCL and KCL giving short presentations on their dissertation research. Two are on the MA/MSc DH programme and one on MSc IS.
Note the different location as this week’s seminar is in room G31 at Foster Court.
As always this will be followed by wine and refreshments and all are welcome.
Emma King (KCL): ‘Strand Lane Baths 1776-1778: 3D modelling historic spaces’
Lauren Knight (KCL): ‘The City of London as a Museum’
Ioanna Kyvernitou (UCL): ‘Reconstructing a historical knowledge representation of “Women” on the Semantic Web’
Argula Rublack (KCL): ‘Digitally interlinking manuscripts of the twelfth-century Arabic-Latin translation movement’
Katherine Steiner (UCL): ‘Digital methods in classical research: an EpiDoc case study’
Lucia Vannini (UCL): ‘Virtual reunification of papyrus fragments’
Abstracts are available on the programme page.
The full 2015 programme is available on the Digital Classicist London seminar page.