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John Bradley to deliver seminar at AFF Digital Humanities Research Seminar

An Foras Feasas has announced that John Bradley, King's College London, will deliver the AFF Digital Humanities Research Seminar at NUI Maynooth on Wednesday 21 November at 3pm. The title of the seminar is 'Being Englebartian? Thoughts on Digital Tools for Humanists.' 

John Bradley is a Senior Analyst for Humanities Computing at King's College London. He began working in the Centre for Computing in the Humanities at King's in March, 1997, and worked previously in the Information Commons at the University of Toronto. John has a particular interest in Humanities Computing and is enjoying focusing on this field in his current position. Within the Humanities computing field John's particular interests and responsibilities include:

•    Text Markup and Analysis Tools

•    Web based Electronic Publishing

•    Humanities applications for Databases

The Seminar will take place in the AFF Boardroom (1.26, Iontas Building). All are very welcome to attend.