DigiPal V: Programme
Date: Wednesday 2nd September 2015
Venue: Nash Lecture Theatre (K2.31), King's College London, Strand WC2R 2LS
If you're in or around London, you'll have most likely have noticed that it's been monsooning for days. The gladioli seem glad of it, however, and we thought we'd add some cheer to the wet drear by revealing the programme for DigiPal V next week (see below). Excited? We are! And it's still not too late to register if you'd like to be part of the hippest, most happening Digital Palaeography event to be taking place at King's College London next Wednesday. It's easy: just sign-up with Eventbrite.
Looking forward to seeing you next week,
Stewart Brookes and Peter Stokes
Programme for DigiPal V
09.30 Registration and Coffee
10.00 Session 1: Paper and Punctuation
Chair: Keith Houston
1. Orietta Da Rold (University of Cambridge)
"'I pray you that I may have paupir, penne, and inke': Writing on Paper in the Late Medieval Period"
2. David Johnson (Florida State University)
"Tracking the Tremulous Hand: Visualizing the Paleography of Punctuation"
11.30 Session 2: Education and Outreach
Chair: Simon Mahony (University College London)
3. Kathryn Lowe (University of Glasgow)
"Crowdsourcing the Medieval"
4. Leonor Zozaya (Coimbra University)
"Educational Innovation: New Digital Games to Complement the Learning of Palaeography"
5. Suzanne Paul (Cambridge University Library)
"Teaching Palaeography via the Medium of MOOC"
13.00 Lunch (sandwiches for all attendees)
14.00 Session 3: Applications of DigiPal
Chair: Colleen Curran (King's College London)
6. Stewart Brookes (King's College London)
"Charters, Text and Cursivity: Extending DigiPal's Framework for Models of Authority"
7. Francisco J. Álvarez López (University of Exeter/King's College London)
"Scribal Collaboration and Interaction in Exon Domesday: A DigiPal Approach"
8. Ainoa Castro Correa (King's College London)
"VisigothicPal: The Quest Against Nonsense"
16.00 Session 4: Digital Effective: Making Use of What We Have
Chair: Adi Keinan-Schoonbaert (Polonsky Fellow, British Library)
9. Christina Duffy (British Library)
"Effortless Image Processing: How to Get the Most Out of Your Digital Assets with ImageJ"
10. Maayan Zhitomirsky-Geffet (Bar-Ilan University) and Gila Prebor (Bar-Ilan University)
"Towards an Ontopedia for Hebrew Manuscripts"
11. Benjamin Albritton (Stanford University Libraries)
"Digital Abundance, or: What Do We Do with All this Stuff?"
17.30 Round Table: Where Next in 'Digital' Manuscript Studies?
Chair: Marc Smith (École Nationale des Chartes)
◆ Arianna Ciula (University of Roehampton)
◆ Peter Stokes (King's College London)
◆ Dominique Stutzmann (Institut de recherche et d'histoire des textes)
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