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Cambridge Digital Humanities

 

You can view past events here.

  • 21Nov '18
    In this workshop we discuss the Cambridge research that uses Google Street View to estimate cycling levels, and satellite data to estimat
  • 29Nov '18
    Workshop leader: Daniel Pett, Head of Digital & IT, Fitzwilliam Museum
  • 30Nov '18
    Workshop on how to conduct historical research using online archives, and how to encode historical documents in order to turn digitised collections into machine-readable encoded text.
  • 01Dec '18
    Learn to think visually and communicate using sound and film: participants will be introduced to the language of film, shot types, camera
  • 02Dec '18
    Learn to think visually and communicate using sound and film: participants will be introduced to the language of film, shot types, camera
  • 03Dec '18
    Workshop leader: Daniel Pett, Head of Digital & IT, Fitzwilliam Museum
  • 07Dec '18
    A celebration of conservation and scientific research across the University of Cambridge Museums
  • 11Dec '18
    This workshop will explore what images produced by Generative Adversarial Networks can tell us about how algorithms affect ways of seeing. 
  • 14Jan '19
    More information about this event is available here
  • 01May '19
    Professor Johanna Drucker will give the inaugural talk in the Distinguished Lecturer series to be launched by Cambridge Digital Humanitie

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