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Digital History seminar: autumn sessions

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Next week sees the first of this term’s Digital History seminar sessions, here at the IHR. Next Tuesday Matt Thompson (University of York) will speak on digital history, collaboration and the history of railway marketing in the twentieth century; work that flows from the Beyond Text project.

On November 15th we welcome David Thomas and Valerie Johnson from the National Archives, asking the question “Does digital change anything ?”

Lastly, Peter Rauxloh from Museum of London Archaeology will speak on the subject of digital landscapes and archaeology (December 6th)

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