Audio Files: History and Archaeology Expert Seminar

November 1st, 2006 by Gabriel Bodard

Audio files from the Methods Network Expert Seminar ‘Virtual History and Archaeology’, held at the Humanities Research Institute, University of Sheffield, 19-21 April 2006, are now available.

The following audio files are currently available.

  • ‘Using GIS to Study Long-Term Population Change’, Ian Gregory, Queens University Belfast, Northern Ireland. (mp3)
  • ‘Spatial Technologies in Archaeology in the Twenty-First Century’, Paul Cripps, University of Southampton, UK. (mp3)
  • ‘Imaging of Historical Documents’, Andrew Prescott, University of Sheffield, UK. (mp3)
  • ‘Finding Needles in Haystacks: Data-mining in distributed historical data-sets’, Mark Greengrass and Fabio Ciravegna, University of Sheffield, UK. (mp3)
  • ‘Digital Searching and the Problem of the Ventriloquist’s Dummy’, Tim Hitchcock, University of Hertfordshire, UK. (mp3)
  • ‘Using Computer-Assisted Qualitative Data Analysis Software (CAQDAS) in Historical Research: Some methodological issues from the experience of the ‘Health of the Cecils’ Project’, Caroline Bowden, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK. (mp3)
  • ‘Crossing an “Information Divide”: The OASIS project and its use of XML schema’, Catherine Hardman, University of York, UK. (mp3)
  • ‘”Oh, to make boards to speak! There is a task!” Towards a Poetics of Paradata’, Richard Beacham, King’s College, London, UK. (mp3)
  • ‘Constructing a Corpus of Material Objects: The case of the Corpus of Romanesque Sculpture in Britain and Ireland’, Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Courtauld Institute of Art, London, UK.(mp3)
  • ‘Virtual Restoration and Manuscript Archaeology: A case study’, Meg Twycross, University of Lancaster, UK. (mp3)

More audio files and podcasts to come from MethNet.

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