Digital landscapes and Archaeology

Digital History Digital landscapes and Archaeology Peter Rauxloh (Museum of London Archaeology) 6 December 2011 Internationally known as a leading expert on using databases in archaeology, the Museum of London’s Peter Rauxloh is the perfect person to talk about...

The Siege of Jerusalem poem as digital media

The Siege of Jerusalem is a Middle English poem from the late fourteenth century which relates the fall of the city in 70AD. Literary critics and historians have discussed the poem, particularly focusing on its anti-Semitism and graphic portrayal of violence. There...

The Old Bailey Corpus: Spoken English in the 18th and 19th Centuries

Digital History seminar 21 February 2012 Magnus Huber (Giessen) The Old Bailey Corpus: Spoken English in the 18th and 19th Centuries   The Old Bailey Proceedings Online is a heavily used resource by historians of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries who want to...

Does the Digital change anything?

Digital History 15 November 2011  David Thomas and Valerie Johnson (TNA) Does the Digital change anything? Digital preservation is a hot topic in the world of archiving – just how do you preserve the digital record?  What do you keep?  What do you ignore?  These...