Digital Humanities with the University of Huddersfield
The conference, Facing the Music of Medieval England, has positioned itself from the outset as a technically savvy conference, asking delegates to consider how they might use technology in their papers to engage audiences in a discussion of sources through images and musical software.
My paper will explore the sources of 14th-century English music theory to get to grips with what was being read by the intellectuals of the day.
From my abstract:
You can follow the Saturday afternoon session live on Google Hangout which will then be preserved on You Tube for others to view at a later time. The conference hashtag is #facingthemusic and can be followed on Twitter and Facebook.
I look forward to taking part in this conference and am grateful for technology that enables me to engage in scholarship beyond geographic boundaries!
(addendum: the Youtube clip of my paper has now uploaded! View here I am on at around 1.57. Find my handout here)