Dr Charlotte Tupman: ‘Don’t make me code!’ Shaping the future of digital Classics research

Tonight, we are celebrating the end of the 2016-2017 academic year (and the beginning of exams) with our last CA lecture of the year.

Dr Charlotte Tupman  is a Research Fellow in Digital Humanities at the University of Exeter whose previous work includes working in collaboration with other Classicists to create systems to encode and publish ancient inscriptions and papyri. She has also supported digital projects in many other fields across the university. Tonight, she will be giving a lecture entitled, ‘”Don’t make me code!” Shaping the future of digital Classics research’. Dr Tupman is an international leader in Digital Classics, and we are very fortunate to have her at the University of Exeter.

We are also celebrating the end of Prof. Lynette Mitchell’s time as Chair of the CA Southwest, and we would all like to thank her very much for her dedicated service to the branch.

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