A quick note: on Monday I’ll be speaking at this year’s Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School. I’m not there as a digital humanities expert—I’m a long way from that—but I’m going to work through some ‘live’ manuscripts on the Weston lecture theatre’s visualiser. I’m planning to talk about the messiness of the relationship between material objects and digital representations, and the fuzzy line between digitised work and digital work, and perhaps the value of overlooked ordinariness. It should be fun, and I’m hoping I’ll be able to catch at least a few other bits of the day as well.

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