Digital Scholarship in Medieval and Early Modern Studies

An informal roundtable to open the Atlantic Medieval and Early Modern Group annual meeting (but open to all, not just to registrants), this session will include short presentations from five scholars who engage in various forms of digital humanities scholarship and end with an open Q&A about challenges and possibilities in the field.

Participants include Jennifer Bain (Dalhousie University), part of the Cantus Ultimus research group; Marie-France Guénette (Université de Montréal), an editor with The Early Modern Digital Review; Leah Grandy, a librarian at the University of New Brunswick who has spearheaded digital projects such as The Loyalist Collection; Keith Grant (Crandall University), an editor with Borealia, a group blog on early Canadian history; and Lyn Bennett (Dalhousie University), a co-lead on the Early Modern Maritime Recipes database.

Category

Lectures, Seminars

Time

Starts:
Ends:

Location

KTS Lecture Hall, New Academic Building, University of King's College

Cost

Free

Contact

krista.kesselring@dal.ca