AccueilBeyond the Boundaries
Technologies for Local History
Publié le jeudi 06 septembre 2001
The Association for History and Computing (UK) is pleased to announce its 2001 one day conference,
Beyond the Boundaries: Technologies for Local History
on 24 November 2001 at the University of Newcastle
The Association for History and Computing (UK) was founded in 1987 to provide a forum for the growing number of historians who use computers to support their research and teaching. The AHC's second annual one-day conference will consider the application of technology to local history, focusing on four exciting projects. By improving access to researchers and students to historical sources in different media, are computers providing new opportunities to relate the study of localities to the larger world?
Registration and Coffee
Patrick Salmon, University of Newcastle. Welcome & opening remarks.
Paul Massey, University of Teesside. Mediaeval Dispersion Pattern Analysis for the Tees Valley.
Eileen Carnaffin, Tomorrow's History. Tomorrow's History - Made in the North East: a major new digital resource for local studies in the North East of England.
noon AGM of the UK Association of History and Computing
Cressida Chappell, History Data Service; Hamish James, History Data Service; Don Spaeth, LTSN Subject Centre for History, Classics & Archaeology. Counting Heads: Enhancing the Historical Censuses Collection for Learning and Teaching.
Cynthia Brown, University of Leicester. The East Midlands Oral History Archive. An ear to the future: oral history and information technology.
Closing remarks 4.00pm Close
The University Ballroom University of Newcastle upon Tyne
For more details see the conference website at:
- Histoire (Catégorie principale)
- Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Grande-Bretagne
- samedi 24 novembre 2001
URLS de référence
Source de l'information
- C L James
courriel : Caroline [dot] L [dot] James [at] newcastle [dot] ac [dot] uk
Pour citer cette annonce
« Beyond the Boundaries », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le jeudi 06 septembre 2001, http://calenda.org/186482