We are very happy and honoured to announce that the DigiPal project has won the inaugural Digital Humanities Prize of the Medieval Academy of America. The full citation notes thatDigiPal’s innovative framework, collaborative origins, open access, quality design, and skillfully curated pilot collection make it an excellent model for ...
The Models of Authority team and DigiPal are delighted to announce that between us we are sponsoring five sessions at the International Medieval Congress at Leeds next year (Monday 3rd July to Thursday 6th July 2017). Subjects covered will include diplomatic, palaeography, Scottish charters, Digital Humanities, the implications of the ...
Date: 3rd-6th July 2017
Needed: You ;-)
Models of Authority and DigiPal are delighted to be organising two digital methods sessions at Leeds 2017
Session 1: "Digital Methods 1: Computer-Assisted Approaches to Palaeography"
Session 2: "Digital Methods 2: Computer-Assisted Approaches to Manuscript Studies"
Interested? Then send us ...
Date: Monday 5th September 2016
Venue: Room K4U.12, King's College London, Strand WC2R 2LS
Co-sponsors: Models of Authority and Centre for Late Antique & Medieval Studies
After all the frenzied speculation on Twitter, we decided it was time to put the rumours to rest and reveal the final ...
Registration for the Sixth annual DigiPal Symposium is now open on Eventbrite. There is no cost involved, but registration is compulsory to ensure that we have enough space and catering for everyone. Details are as follows:
What: DigiPal Symposium VI
Where: King's College London (Strand Campus, Room K4U.12)
When: 9:30–7pm on 5 ...