The Library is looking forward to launching the new St Andrews Digital Humanities Network with an interesting afternoon of short talks, presentations and panel discussion.
Tuesday, November 3
St Mary’s College Hall 12.15pm (lunch)
Senate Room 12.45pm – 4.45pm (main programme)
Professor Melissa Terras, Director of the Centre for Digital Humanities at UCL, will be the keynote speaker with her talk, “Joining the Dots: How Building a Digital Humanities Network can Benefit Individuals and Institutions”. We will be joined by colleagues from the Schools of History, Modern Languages and Classicss presenting on current and recent projects as well as staff from the Library who will explain the range of ways in which they can support staff and students in developing their Digital Humanities projects.
Event is free – further details and registration at: