Representing Knowledge: Exploring Computational Techniques

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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.

Contributors included:

Crucible Theme: Digital Humanities