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First Name
Melissa
Last Name
Terras
Job Title
Reader in Electronic Communication, Deputy Director UCLDH
Department
Department of Information Studies and UCL Centre for Digital Humanities
Institution
University College London

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Your Biography

Melissa Terras is the Reader in Electronic Communication in the Department of Information Studies, University College London, and the Deputy Director of the new UCL Centre for Digital Humanities. With a background in Classical Art History and English Literature, and Computing Science, her doctorate (University of Oxford) examined how to use advanced information engineering technologies to interpret and read the Vindolanda texts. Publications include Image to Interpretation: Intelligent Systems to Aid Historians in the Reading of the Vindolanda Texts (2006, Oxford Studies in Ancient Documents. Oxford University Press) and Digital Images for the Information Professional (2008, Ashgate). She is a general editor of DHQ and Secretary of the Association of Literary and Linguistic Computing. Her research focuses on the use of computational techniques to enable research in the arts and humanities that would otherwise be impossible.

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