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Tide Prediction Machines, Prosopography and Digital Humanities: what are they and how do they fit together?

Rawsthorne, Helen Mair

Tide prediction machines, prosopography and digital humanities are the three main axes upon which my Master’s degree research project is constructed. This poster explains what these three most important components of my project are and how they link together, with a focus on the digital humanities tools used.

I was awarded a travel scholarship to present this poster at the DARIAH Annual Event 2019 in Warsaw on 16 May 2019 as I won DARIAH's Digital Humanities tools and methods blog competition 2019.

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  • Cartwright, David. Tides. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000.

  • K. Verboven, M. Carlier & J. Dumolyn. A short manual to the art of prosopography, in: K. Keats-Rohan (ed.), Prosopography Approaches and Applications. A Handbook. Oxford: Unit for Prosopographical Research (Linacre College), 2007, p. 35-69.

  • Woodworth, Philip. An inventory of tide prediction machines. Southampton: National Oceanography Centre, 2016.

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