17 November 2015 10.30am — 1.00pm
Centre for Digital Scholarship, Weston Library (Map)
Iain Emsley and Pip Willcox
An Oxford e-Research Centre and Centre for Digital Scholarship Workshop
Do you work with early modern drama or music? Come to a workshop on sonifying the Early Modern stage!
Compared to visualization, approaching textual analysis through sonification is under-studied. We invite people who work with Early Modern drama, literature, and music to join us at the this workshop. We will discuss approaches to sound design that will increase our understanding of text and its sonification: how best can we present the text; what questions can we answer using this approach? This workshop builds on existing work experimenting with Shakespeare's Hamlet. We will develop sample sounds after the workshop for use with with texts.
Iain Emsley is a research associate at the Oxford e-Research Centre, working with the Software Sustainability Institute and the Square Kilometre Array. Currently reading for a Masters in Software Engineering at the University of Oxford, he has organized and attended hack sessions. His research interests include sonification.
Pip Willcox co-ordinates the Centre for Digital Scholarship and co-directs the Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School, convening its introductory strand. With a background in scholarly editing and book history, she is an advocate for engaging new audiences for multidisciplinary scholarship and library collections through digital media. She conceived and ran the Sprint for Shakespeare public campaign and the Bodleian First Folio project. Previous projects include Early English Print in the HathiTrust (ElEPHãT) - a linked semantic prototyping project, Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership, the Stationers' Register Online, and the Shakespeare Quartos Archive.
The event is free and open to all but places are limited so please complete our booking form to reserve tickets in advance.Lectures and talks; Free events