Digital Humanities Pathways 2018
online resourceposted on 10.06.2020, 07:58 by Alexis Tindall
Summaries of proceedings at the HASS DEVL/ Tinker supported Digital Humanities Pathways events during 2018. These were key community engagement and consultation events, bringing together more than 350 participants and 79 speakers.
Perth, Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, 18 May 2018
Hobart, University of Tasmania, 4 September 2018
Melbourne, Digital Studio, University of Melbourne, 12 October 2018
Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology, 26 October 2018
Sydney, University of Sydney, 7 December 2018