Boston College is excited to welcome David Jones Research Center members and Cambridge University Digital Humanities for a speaker event, archival display, and a three-day text encoding workshop in which attendees will learn the basics of text encoding using digitized materials from John J. Burns Library’s David Jones collection.
- Text Encoding Workshop, April 3rd-April 5th (registration required)
- Talk & Archival Display, April 3rd 4:00pm at the Burns Library (Open to the public)
Please complete the application form if you are interested in attending the workshop and can commit to the full three days. If accepted, you will be registered. (We apologize for not accepting everyone. Space is limited.)
David Jones (1895-1974) was a Welsh artist and poet. The Burn’s Jones collection includes a range of written and visual materials.
Yasmin Faghihi is the Head of the Near and Middle Eastern Department at Cambridge University Library.
Huw Jones is the Head of the Digital Library Unit at Cambridge University Library and the Digital Humanities Coordinator for Cambridge Digital Humanities.
Thomas Berenato is a visiting scholar at the University of Virginia and the Director of the David Jones Digital Archive.
Anna Svendsen is a Lecturer at Franciscan University of Steubenville and the Associate Director of the David Jones Digital Archive.
Featured Image: Self-Portrait, 1928 by David Jones (Art Gallery of New South Wales)