The Digital Curation Innovation Center is excited to announce that Dr. Tobias Blanke from King’s College London will be visiting the College of Information Studies from September 27th to September 30th under the Dr. Paul Wasserman Visiting Scholar Program.
Dr. Blanke is a Reader in Social and Cultural Informatics in the Department of Digital Humanities and the director of the European Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH). He leads and manages large international interdisciplinary research initiatives and teaches at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Currently, he works on the development of novel teaching approaches in digital methods and big data to understand culture and society.
On Tuesday September 27th from 5 to 7pm, the DCIC will host a plenary session and reception honoring Dr. Blanke. The reception will be held in McKeldin Library Room 6137, Special Events Room. All students and faculty are welcome to attend his discussion on Computational Archival Science research.
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