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This 2002 meeting at [[CRASSH]] was convened by [[Colin Shell]] (Archaeology) and [[Mel Leggatt]].
 
This 2002 meeting at [[CRASSH]] was convened by [[Colin Shell]] (Archaeology) and [[Mel Leggatt]].
  
The meeting concluded that there was an urgent need for a "Cambridge media laboratory", and the CRASSH annual report records that founding CRASSH Director [[Ian Donaldson]] "undertook to co-ordinate efforts to achieve this goal". Work toward that end is now focused in the Cambridge [[Digital Humanities Initiative]].
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The meeting concluded that there was an urgent need for a "Cambridge media laboratory", and the CRASSH annual report records that founding CRASSH Director [[Ian Donaldson]] "undertook to co-ordinate efforts to achieve this goal". Work toward that end is now focused in the [[Cambridge Digital Humanities Initiative]].
  
 
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* [[Colin Shell]]
 
* [[Colin Shell]]
 
* [[Corinne Roughley]]
 
* [[Corinne Roughley]]
* [[Chris Evans]] (work undertaken with Caroline Humphrey)  
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* [[Chris Evans]] (work undertaken with [[Caroline Humphrey]])  
* [[Spike Bucklow
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* [[Mel Leggatt]]
 
* [[Mel Leggatt]]
 
* [[Barbara Ravelhofer]]
 
* [[Barbara Ravelhofer]]

Latest revision as of 09:15, 13 May 2013

This 2002 meeting at CRASSH was convened by Colin Shell (Archaeology) and Mel Leggatt.

The meeting concluded that there was an urgent need for a "Cambridge media laboratory", and the CRASSH annual report records that founding CRASSH Director Ian Donaldson "undertook to co-ordinate efforts to achieve this goal". Work toward that end is now focused in the Cambridge Digital Humanities Initiative.

http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/oldwww/centre/annualrep02.html

Contributors included:

Crucible Theme: Digital Humanities