Monthly Archives: January 2014
OU Book History Research Group series Monday 3 February at Senate House in London, at 5.30pm. Sebastiaan Verweij will be giving a paper entitled ‘Reading Records: The Commonplace Books of Francis Russell at Woburn Abbey’. Continue reading
The Digital Humanities Thematic Research Network presents the next event in the Digital Humanities in Practice series, Text analysis: the digital dimension.
What can computers, which have no understanding of words or concepts, contribute to the analysis of texts? Continue reading
‘Britain’s Great War’ – In this 4-part landmark series Jeremy Paxman presents a thought-provoking account of how the First World War affected the lives of the British people – and created what we know as modern Britain. Dr Annika Mombauer, Senior Lecturer in Modern European History, was academic consultant for the OU/BBC co-production. Continue reading