Safe the date: 22-23 September THAT Camp Göttingen

Recently I moved to Göttingen to start working on a new project for the Akademie der Wissenschaften Göttingen (more over that later). Göttingen is an awesome little town right in the centre of Germany (and quite rainy, so that makes me feel a bit like in Ghent) with the very renowned Georg-August-Universität, the oldest German AdW, many Max-Planck-Institute and a very active DH scene. Check the website of the GCDH (Göttingen Center for Digital Humanities).

In case you got curious and want to visit, why not use the opportunity and attend the 2014 THAT Camp Göttingen that is organized by my fantastic new colleagues Sally Chambers and Jörg Wettlaufer! Just to mention that I actually met Sally first during the 2013 THAT-Camp at Ghent, were I talked about the possibilities of TEI for manuscript description (http://ghent2013.thatcamp.org/2013/05/24/manuscript-description-and-the-possibilities-of-digital-editing-with-tei-conformant-xml/).

All information can be found here and registration starts on the 4th June. Better be fast!

See you in Göttingen!

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