Time, Space, and History

Tuesday, October 10 | 11:30AM–12:20PM | Ballroom A-One
In everything from stock market reports to brain scans, we increasingly use computers to see patterns that would otherwise remain invisible. But history, and the humanities in general, have been little touched by this widespread change in perception--and are the poorer for it. This lecture will suggest how we might begin to change that situation.


  • Ed Ayers

    President Emeritus and University Professor, University of Richmond
  • William Thomas

    John and Catherine Angle Professor in the Humanities, Department of History, University of Nebraska - Lincoln

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