The Computer Science English Initiative
is pleased to host a public lecture by

Daniel Pitti
Project Director
Institute for Advanced Technology
in the Humanities

Thematic Research Collections:
A New Genre in
Humanities Publishing

Computer technology offers us the means to build collaboratively collections of primary resources and critical secondary resources documenting themes and subjects and to make these available anywhere and anytime. This talk will explore what these thematic resource collections represent: nothing less than the beginning of a revolution in humanities scholarly communication, and the emergence of an entirely new publishing genre.

7:30 pm, Tuesday 19th October
C108
The Arts Block
University College Dublin
All Welcome

The Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities at
The University of Virginia is one of the foremost centres for humanities computing in the United States. Its goal is to explore and expand the
potential of information technology as a tool for humanities research.
For further information about the range of IATH activities,
see
http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu

for further information about this and other talks hosted by Cosei,
please contact Dr Susan Schreibman
at
susan.schreibman@ucd.ie, phone 706-2077

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