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History of Libraries Summer School, Oxford
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The Application of the Digital Humanities to the Transmission, Preservation, and Dispersal of the European Written Heritage between the 15th and 16th Centuries

7/13/2016 to 7/15/2016
When: Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Where: Lincoln College
University of Oxford
Turl St
Oxford, Oxfordshire  OX1 3DR
United Kingdom
Contact: Birgit Mikus

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History of Libraries Summer School

Oxford, Lincoln College
13–15 July 2016

The Application of the Digital Humanities to the Transmission, Preservation, and Dispersal of the European Written Heritage between the 15th and 16th Centuries

Oxford scholars and digital projects lead the way in the fields of the transmission of written heritage, the history of libraries, and in the development of cutting-edge digital tools, funded by important institutions and in collaboration with research libraries in Europe and the United States.

The Summer School will involve a series of:

  • Four visits (Merton, Lincoln, and All Souls College Libraries; Bodleian Library)
  • Seven lectures
  • Eleven hours of workshops on primary sources and specialist databases.
  • Poster session, where participants involved in other, relevant, projects can discuss their project and how it fits the objectives of the Summer School.

More information: http://www.lincoln.ox.ac.uk/Summer-School-History-of-Libraries

leaflet (PDF): http://www.linc.ox.ac.uk/uploads/files/Dec.%20Draft.pdf

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