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The University of Southampton
Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Culture

Pelagios Workshop Event

Date:
17 December 2014
Venue:
Sara Champion Room (2251) Building 65a Avenue Campus University of Southampton SO17 1BF

Event details

Hosted by the Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Culture

This informal workshop is designed to bring scholars working on the spaces of the past together with the developers of Pelagios - a project connecting historical, archaeological and classical resources together with Linked Data - and its semantic annotation platform, Recogito. The workshop will introduce the broad project and its system, and two projects on medieval sources, related to Holy Land Pilgrimage and Portolan Charts, that are taking place as part of Pelagios 4, under the AHRC’s Digital Transformations theme

Participation is free of charge and all are welcome subject to availability; please circulate this notice to interested colleagues and postgraduate students. No understanding or previous experience of Pelagios or other digital projects is required. However, space is limited so we ask that you e-mail Leif Isaksen and/or Marianne O’Doherty to check that we have space before travelling: L.Isaksen@soton.ac.uk; mod1w07@soton.ac.uk .

Schedule:

9.45 arrivals and coffee

10.00 - 11.30 ‘Under the Bonnet’: Demonstration of Pelagios by development team.

11.30 - 12.00 Tea and coffee

12.00 - 1.30 Informal presentations and discussions of Pelagios projects using medieval sources: Portolan Charts (Tony Campbell and Michael Barrit); Pilgrimage sources (Marianne O’Doherty)

1.30-2.30 Lunch

2.30 - 4.00 pm Open session – what could Pelagios do for you?

A discussion about new research directions opened up by Pelagios, an opportunity to feed back to the developers on the project and systems, or to suggest new developments or partnerships.

Speaker information

Marianne O'Doherty,Lecturer

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