November 2009

There is a new digitized manuscript on the website, from the Cambridge University Library MS Add.6707 vol. 9 by Sir Robert Forsyth Scott, Indians and Others Admitted to the Four Inns of Court, in chronological order. The searchable MS (with a transcription and footnotes), provides short biographical details on non-British entrants to the four Inns of Court during the latter half of the nineteenth century.

 

July 2009

At Going Digital: Evolutionary and Revolutionary Aspects of Digitization, a Nobel Symposium organised at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences on June 24-26 2009, Emma Rothschild gave a talk on The Future of History.

 

June 2009

The variations in copyright law and the impact of differential legal and corporate interpretations of copyright on digital archives
Leigh Denault
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February 2009

The Digitization of History
The group held a meeting on 27 February 2009 in King's College, Cambridge to welcome old and new participants and to discuss future directions for the Digitization project.
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Building a Virtual Humanities Collaboratory
Leigh Denault and Robert Watson gave a presentation at the EHumanities workshop at CRASSH on 6-7 January 2009.
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November 2008

Issues for East Asian text databases
By Ellen McGill, Librarian, Yenching Library, Harvard University
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Directory of Cambridge-based Digitization Projects
Leigh Denault & D. Palfrey.
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Research in a digital age - experience from The National Archives
Notes from a talk at Trinity Hall, May 28 2008. Speakers: Natalie Ceeney (Chief Executive, The National Archives) and David Thomas (Director of Technology and Chief Information Officer, The National Archives).
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