11:15pm – Web as Literature Talks/Workshop at BL in June

At the very end of DoDH (but too late to want to blog about it) I found an announcement for a interesting DH workshop at the British Library in June during the 3 weeks that I will be working there. I am going to register for this event this morning. Registration is free but spots are limited – here is the event website: http://webasliterature.org/.

Here’s the event: “The Web As Literature: A one day event of talks and workshops exploring Linked Open Data and its revolutionary potential for the humanities”

When: Monday, June 10, 2013

Where: The British Library, Conference Center


  • Keynote from Ted Nelson (Inventor of Hypertext)
  • Digital Humanities Panel on modelling the scholarly domain in the humanities with Professor Stefan Gradmann (Universiteit Leuven), Dominic Oldman (Research Space, British Museum), Tobias Blanke (Kings College London)
  • Talk on Linked Open Data and Europeana from Antoine Isaac (Europeana)
  • Presentations from the Digital Scholarship team at the British Libary
  • Hands on workshop with DM2E tool-set led by leading Digital Humanities development team, Net7