In this keynote lecture, I will show how visualisation techniques in TV documentaries have developed in recent years; the potential they provide for visualising particularly ancient civilisations and relating them to the modern world; the roles such visualisations are coming to play in the language of TV programme-making; and the future potential applications of such visualisation technology.  I will examine how such visualisations can enable both scholars and the wider public to contextualise the ancient past, its place in the present and thus its role as a guide to the future.

Warwick in London Faculty Talk Series

Stanley Building, Pancras Square in between King’s Cross and St Pancras

 5.30pm – Guest lecture (45 minutes) and Q&A (30 minutes)

6.45pm – Networking and Drinks reception

7.45pm – End

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