Decoding Digital Humanities #2, August 26

Dear Digital Humanists,

Next Thursday 26th , 5.30-7.30 we will meet again in the Prince Albert Hotel, 191 Grattan Street, Carlton, to discuss digital humanities in the pub. ‘Decoding Digital Humanities’ is an informal monthly get together in to discuss all things digital in the humanities.  This is an opportunity to meet others working on digital projects (or thinking about starting one) and is open to staff, students, and faculty.

Again the format of Decoding Digital Humanities has been borrowed from one of the newest centre’s in the field, UCL’s Centre for Digital Humanities in the UK. They hold a similar pub event and are eager to collaborate in some way with others working of the intersection of computing and the humanities (I believe a couple of places in the US have now started DDH too!).

This month we will be discussing the Free Software movement

Have a look at the material and come to the pub to discuss. We will meet down stairs and there is food available. And we can move upstairs if needed.

Tell others and hope to see you Thursday,

Kind regards,




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