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The Impact of E-Legal Deposit in the Academic Sector


Digital Library Futures at DH2018




The 2018 Digital Humanities Conference, organised by the Association of Digital Humanities Organizations in conjunction with El Colegio de México, La Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), and La Red de Humanidades Digitales (RedHD), takes place this year in Mexico City from 26-29 June. According to the conference website, DH2018

is a space for diversity and dialogue in digital research and teaching across all arts, social sciences and humanities. The 2018 conference marks the first time that the conference will take place in Latin America & the global south. Mexico´s sociocultural diversity makes it an ideal location for converging digital humanists from distinct cultures, contexts, and socio-political realities. The crossing of cultural, technological, political and ideological borders will stride towards the creation of a digital humanities community that is truly transnational and inclusive.

The complete program can be found here.  Dr Paul Gooding will be representing DLF at a poster session on Wednesday, 27th June, on the following topic:  Legal Deposit Web Archives and the Digital Humanities: A Universe of Lost Opportunity?  Paul will be reporting on his session at the conference in a blog post upon his return to the UK. For now, here's a sneak peak at the poster.

Also catch Professor Melissa Terras, DLF Co-Investigator, on Wednesday for her paper  Digital Humanities Integration and Management Challenges in Advanced Imaging Across Institutions and Technologies (Michael B. Toth, Adam Gibson, Cerys Jones co-authors). Melissa also features as a co-author of another paper at the conference: The History and Context of the Digital Humanities in Russia (Inna Kizher, Lev Manovich, Boris Orekhov, Anastasia Bonch-Osmolovskaya, Maxim Rumvantsev co-authors)