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A Palaeographer’s Adventures in Programming (2)

I’ve been away from my desk for around a week, making trips to the College of Arms in London to consult some of my medieval source material. The College of Arms is a royal corporation that is responsible for all matters relating to heraldry, that is, the granting of coats of arms and the recording […]

A Palaeographer’s Adventures in Programming (1)

I’ve been lax in updating my blog this summer, mainly due to the physical, intellectual and emotional demands of the conference season. However, I’m back at my desk now, and have begun to think about what I should share here. So, I thought I’d track my progress so far in becoming an interdisciplinary scholar: a […]

A Letter From the Front: Days Two and Three of the Digital Humanities Oxford Summer School

War poetry has weighed-in heavily in the Digital Humanities Oxford Summer School. It’s appropriate, since Oxford University has been a guiding light in digitising archives and teaching resources relating to World War One. I’m going to concentrate on today’s (Wednesday’s) lectures and seminars because I have found them the most interesting of the past two […]