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THATCamp #OzHA2013 is Coming Soon

June 16, 2013

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THATcamp OzHA2013 will be a user-generated unconference on the digital humanities. If you’re interested in the possibilities of digital history come along to THATcamp OzHA2013 at Wollongong University on Saturday the 13th July. It’s free.

THATcamps are open to everyone. Anyone interested in exploring the possibilities and problems raised by the application of technology to the humanities, and especially history, is welcome.

There are no written papers at THATcamps – they’re informal events which encourage participation and play, giving attendees a chance to ask questions, propose ideas, discuss problems, and learn.

If you’d like to come along, please register at the THATcamp OzHA2013 website: http://ozha2013.thatcamp.org/register/

I’ll be hosting the event with @perkinsy and @wragge.

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