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York Heritage Seminar Series: Description, Dialogue or Debate? Examining the role of narrative in the visualisation of archaeology

Date: 26.02.2013 Time: 5.30pm Speaker: John Swogger (Archaeological illustrator) Location: Room 3043 building 65a (avenue campus) Tuesday 26 February we will be live-streaming another York Heritage Seminar, this time by the archaeological illustrator John Swogger who will talk about “Description, Dialogue or Debate? Examining the role of narrative in the visualisation of archaeology”. Continue reading →

Leipzig eHumanities award

The Leipzig centre for eHumanities has recently announced a new award scheme: the eHumanities innovation award. The award aims to recognise "emerging researchers who have developed new automated methods for the analysis of Humanities content". The Leipzig team emphasises that they are not looking for scholars who applied existing methods to digital data, but instead want to uncover real methodological innovations that are useful for the Humanities. Continue reading →

Archaeology Seminar: 3D Imaging for Archaeology using Structured Light Technology: Developments in Systems for Remote Areas, Hostile Environments, and Maritime Archaeology

Christopher Begley (Transylvania University and University of Kentucky Center for Virtual and Visual Environments) will be talking in the Centre for Maritime Archaeology at the Avenue Campus on 3D Imaging for Archaeology using Structured Light Technology: Developments in Systems for Remote Areas, Hostile Environments, and Maritime Archaeology. Continue reading →

Archaeology Seminar: 3D Imaging for Archaeology using Structured Light Technology: Developments in Systems for Remote Areas, Hostile Environments, and Maritime Archaeology

Christopher Begley (Transylvania University and University of Kentucky Center for Virtual and Visual Environments) will be talking in the Centre for Maritime Archaeology at the Avenue Campus on 3D Imaging for Archaeology using Structured Light Technology: Developments in Systems for Remote Areas, Hostile Environments, and Maritime Archaeology. Continue reading →

Archaeology Seminar: Hearing the Past – The Role of Sound in Digital Heritage Research

Dr Damian Murphy (York Electronics) will be talking in the Archaeological Computing Research Group Lab (Room 3043 B65a) at Avenue Campus on Thursday 3rd May 3-5pm. All welcome. Please RSVP graeme.earl@soton.ac.uk "Hearing the Past - The Role of Sound in Digital Heritage Research" Sound is often considered the poor relation of visual stimuli, yet plays a significant role in conveying information for rapid assimilation by a listener. Continue reading →

Archaeology Seminar: Hearing the Past – The Role of Sound in Digital Heritage Research

Dr Damian Murphy (York Electronics) will be talking in the Archaeological Computing Research Group Lab (Room 3043 B65a) at Avenue Campus on Thursday 3rd May 3-5pm. All welcome. Please RSVP graeme.earl@soton.ac.uk "Hearing the Past - The Role of Sound in Digital Heritage Research" Sound is often considered the poor relation of visual stimuli, yet plays a significant role in conveying information for rapid assimilation by a listener. Continue reading →