Are you working on or starting a digital humanities project? Would you like to receive feedback and input from colleagues in the field? The Groningen Centre for Digital Humanities invites scholars to present their new or ongoing research project within Digital Humanities on the Digital Humanities Day on Friday 27 October 2017.
Three scholars can pitch their (new) research project in 10 minutes followed by a 5 minutes discussion on their approach to DH research. For more information on the Digital Humanities Day, please see the programme.
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