Category Archives: archaeology

Thoughts and reflections from the Digital Humanities II course

Tweet During the fall of 2016 Humlab offered the PhD course Digital Humanities II. The course participants were allocated resources (software, technical assistance and supervision) in order to carry out individual digital projects aligned with the doctoral research plan. The … Continue reading

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Inter-lab collaboration and an environmental archaeology database

Tweet A collaborative venture between The Environmental Archaeology Lab and HUMLab, under the name of SEAD – The Strategic Environmental Archaeology Database, is scheduled to get underway in early May. The aim is to create a web-accessible, tool-rich and GIS-ready … Continue reading

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Tweet Over the last couple of months I have had the pleasure to get to know Phil Buckland at the Archaeology Department who is doing very good work, and who is also very HUMlab-like. Among other things, he develops digital … Continue reading

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