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The historic web as a source: workshops for humanities and social sciences

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After a highly successful first AADDA project workshop for historians, bookings are open for two more sessions: one for arts and humanities scholars (12 June) and one for social scientists (13 June).

Are you interested in the political discourse of the New Labour years ? Or perhaps the credit crunch of 2008 and its aftermath ? What, if anything, actually happened to public discourse after the death of Princess Diana ?

Could you imagine using a comprehensive archive of the UK web domain for the period 1996-2010, to answer these or myriad other questions ?  If so, these workshops could be for you. Come along, and help us shape the ways in which scholars will be enabled to use this remarkable new source, not yet available to scholars.

Full details of how to book are available on the AADDA project blog.