[open-humanities] OKFestival proposals
iainemsley at gmail.com
Sun May 25 18:04:35 UTC 2014
The session idea for the "Panton Principles for the Humanities: Do we need
one and what would it look like?" has been accepted into the Knowledge
stream at OK Festival this year. Not sure when but sometime :)
The original proposals which are up for discussion are at:
If anyone has comments, please either let me know or leave them in the
comments section on the blog.
Is anyone from the list coming to OK Festival?
All the best,
On Sat, Mar 22, 2014 at 6:18 PM, James Harriman-Smith <
james.harriman-smith at cantab.net> wrote:
> Dear all,
> On the Skype call this week, we came up with a few ideas for sessions.
> Here's a list, and if anyone is interested in championing one of the
> following ideas, do let me know:
> 1) Panton Principles for the Humanities? - championed by Iain
> 2) Single-author session: a hands-on session trying to assemble open data
> on a single figure as a test case for current resource availability and
> 3) Session on making Open Humanities more attractice: how to get more
> involvement, etc.
> Let me know what you all think. Iain, I shall submit the Panton Principles
> suggestion with your email address so you can follow along.
> James Harriman-Smith
> Ph.D. Candidate, English Faculty
> University of Cambridge
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