Sussex Humanities Lab

Events

All SHL events are held in the Digital Humanities Lab, Silverstone Building, and are open to all, unless stated otherwise.

 

The Usable Past? : Energy Consumption in the Mass Observation Archive

Wednesday 25 October from 13:00 until 14:00
Jubilee Building, G32
SPRU Wednesday Seminars
Rebecca Wright

Abstract Understanding how people lived with energy in the past allows us to grasp how people responded to changing energy systems, the malleability...


Workshop 2: Custom Data Visualisation

Wednesday 25 October from 16:00 until 18:00
Digital Humanities Lab - Silverstone Building (Second Floor)
Sussex Humanities Lab Digital Methods Open Workshop Series
Alex Butterworth

The language of data visualisation is becoming increasingly familiar and its methods ever more accessible to humanities researchers.


Virtual Reality and Enhanced Publications as Interfaces to Historical Big Data

Tuesday 31 October from 11:00 until 12:00
Sussex Humanities Lab, 2nd Floor, Silverstone
Charles van den Heuvel

Presentation by director of the Golden Agents: Creative Industries and the Dutch Golden Age project, Head of History of Knowledge, Huygens Institute.


Workshop 3: Data Representation and Data Modelling

Wednesday 8 November from 16:00 until 18:00
Digital Humanities Lab - Silverstone Building (Second Floor)
Sussex Humanities Lab Digital Methods Open Workshop Series
Sharon Webb

This workshop will introduce the theory of data modelling and the process by which we translate 'objects', or real world entities, into 'data'.


Creative Connections: digital preservation and data skills in art practice

Monday 13 November from 15:00 until 17:00
Digital Humanities Lab, Second Floor, Silverstone Building
Sussex Humanities Lab/Brighton Joint Seminars
Laura Molloy

A joint seminar by the Sussex Humanities Lab and University of Brighton as part of the 'Digital Humanities South' seminar series.


The Tendency of Utopia to Disappoint: Digital technologies and Future Hopes

Wednesday 29 November from 18:30 until 20:00
Fulton A, Fulton Building, Refectory Rd, Falmer, Brighton BN1
Professorial Lecture
Caroline Bassett, Professor of Media Communications

This lecture explores the connections between digital media technologies and future hopes.