Digital Histories Research Seminars
Learn about research projects that are being shaped by digital methodologies, and discuss the implications of this for how we understand, construct and communicate about the past.
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Australian Centre for Public History has cancelled all face-to-face meetings of the History Central Seminars until further notice. Some of the seminars will now take place via Zoom. See the Program for details. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Seminars will be held on Thursday evenings, 6-7:30pm
13 February – Marco Duranti (University of Sydney), Text mining human rights
12 March – Hart Cohen (Western Sydney University), Digital anthropology and the Strehlow collection
9 April – Hamish Maxwell-Stewart (University of Tasmania), Digitising convict history Join this seminar via Zoom: https://zoom.uts.edu.au/j/303813428
14 May – Shawn Ross (Macquarie University), Eight Years of FAIMS Mobile: Reflecting Backward, Looking Ahead Join via Zoom: https://utsmeet.zoom.us/j/93821156964
11 June –Ana Stevenson and Kristin Allukian, The Suffrage Postcard Project: Transatlantic Suffrage History and Feminist Digital Archiving, Join Via Zoom https://utsmeet.zoom.us/j/97357659783
13 August – Julie Sommerfeldt (University of Sydney), Digital technologies and manuscripts
10 September – Kirsten Thorpe (University of Technology Sydney), Indigenous archives and digital humanities
8 October – Heather Ford (University of Technology Sydney), Digital ethnography
12 November – Alana Piper, (University of Technology Sydney), DH skills workshop
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