In recent years, there has been a flurry of new technologies emerging at a price which makes them (just about) affordable, notably 3D scanners and printers, and such technologies have attracted attention in the news of late for their employment in the digital recreation of artefacts and archaeological sites destroyed by IS. Indeed, 3D printing is … More 3D imaging the Pre-Modern World
By Charlotte Crouch July last year was filled with that all too familiar dread of an important deadline. My MA dissertation was due in the September, and the sources available in the UK did not feel enough for me to build up a narrative, or analysis, of my subject: Matilda, countess of Boulogne. Matilda was … More Encountering Matilda: A Research Trip in Paris
Welcome to the SWW-DTP’s Pre-modern Encounters research cluster blog. Here you will be kept up to date on our outreach events, and will find regular posts from PhD students engaging with Pre-modern Encounters. ‘Pre-modern’ and ‘encounters’ are both interpreted in their broadest sense, enabling a wide range of inter-disciplinary interaction (with the involved students studying aspects of … More Welcome!