Monthly Archives: April 2013

Ten Tips for Budding Digital Humanists from RSA 2013

I kicked off day two of RSA by attending the ‘Renaissance Studies and New Technologies Roundtable’ in which panellists from the previous DH sessions came together to articulate the themes emerging from this year’s sessions; goals for RSA 2014; and … Continue reading

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Big Conferences

I was told I might hate it. I was told I might find it hard to meet people, and that it could be overwhelming. I was told I’d feel exhausted between the jet-lag and the hectic conference schedule. However, as … Continue reading

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Process

When I was studying for a masters in medieval English language and literature at Oxford (2007-2008) I usually called up one manuscript at a time and settled myself at a desk in the Duke Humphrey library in the Bodleian where … Continue reading

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