Lecture by Andrew Johnstone, King’s College, London
WHERE: Portland State University Millar Library | RM 160
The growing pains for digital history have recently become impossible to ignore. As the threats of technological obsolescence and media saturation grow larger new solutions must be introduced to protect our history. Andrew Johnstone from the Digital Humanities department at King’s College London explores the unique nature of these threats and how the traditional strengths of archives and museums may provide the best answers to these problems.
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