Print past. Digital present. Predictable future? Where will digital technology take the College of Arts in the 21st Century?
In this seminar Paul Millar discusses his involvement in Digital Humanities activities going back to the early 1990s, and outlines the often-unpredictable trajectory of some of the projects he has been involved with. He argues that the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities are equipped to offer a unique and vital perspective on the digital zeitgeist, but that responding fully to the opportunities and challenges faced by connected 21st century societies requires that these disciplines develop a more-than-superficial understanding of the digital.