podcasts of my two seminar papers at the IHR

You can now access both seminar papers I did in the same week at the IHR.

1. Digital History seminar on my British Library Labs project:

https://ihrdighist.blogs.sas.ac.uk/2015/12/14/tuesday-2-february-katrina-navickas-political-meetings-mapper-with-british-library-labs-mapping-the-origins-of-british-democratic-movements-with-text-mining-nlp-geo-parsing-and-crowd-sourcing/

2. Socialist History seminar on my new book. I think it's the better of the presentations that I've done about the main arguments about protest and the politics of space and place.

http://www.history.ac.uk/podcasts/socialist-history/politics-public-space-nineteenth-century-england


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