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Visualizing musical genres as networks

Visualizing musical genres as networks

By Mascha van Nieuwkerk   The power of genre Genre is a powerful concept for analyzing and understanding historical concert programming. Notions of genre organize concert programs in two ways. First, they are a means of categorizing works and directing audience expectations. Second, they determine […]

International Conference Across Labels: Genres of Music Theatre

International Conference Across Labels: Genres of Music Theatre

By Mascha van Nieuwkerk In April 2018 CREATE pre-PhD Mascha van Nieuwkerk was invited to deliver a paper on the International Opera Conference Across Labels in Madrid. She presented her research on the connections between opera and concert practice in the nineteenth century, based on […]

CREATE Salon: Clusters of Creativity

CREATE Salon: Clusters of Creativity

The start of the new academic semester brings new and inspiring CREATE events! The first Salon takes place on Thursday 11 October between 3:00-5:30 pm (Turfdraagsterpad 9 BG 1 eLab (0.16). This month’s topic is Clusters of Creativity. We will explore exciting new directions in […]

Book: Digital Research and Education in Architectural Heritage

Book: Digital Research and Education in Architectural Heritage

The book Digital Research and Education in Architectural Heritage has recently been published in electronic and print format. This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th Conference on Digital Encounters with Cultural Heritage, DECH 2017, and the First Workshop on Research and Education in […]

Looking for new colleagues!

Looking for new colleagues!

No less than 7 new jobs for curious, ambitious students and MA graduates in cutting edge in Digital Humanities research in computer vision, theatre history, cinema history, text mining and 3D modeling. Click here to find all the current vacancies and the online applications.

Call for papers: Special Issue “Art Markets and Digital Histories”!

Call for papers: Special Issue “Art Markets and Digital Histories”!

Guest editors Claartje Rasterhoff (CREATE) and Sandra van Ginhoven (Getty Research Institute) invite scholars to submit an abstract of 200 words to this Special Issue “Art Markets and Digital Histories”. This Special Issue of Arts investigates the promises and pitfalls of current digital methods in […]

The Max Planck Institute is looking for a PHP/Drupal Developer

The Max Planck Institute is looking for a PHP/Drupal Developer

The Language Development Department at the Max Planck Institute is offering a PHP/Drupal Developer position from 1st June 2018.   Job description We are seeking an experienced PHP/Drupal developer to join an active team of scientists, developers and archivists working to build the MPI’s new […]

Workshop Methods: Film Distribution, Exhibition and Consumption in the Second World War

Workshop Methods: Film Distribution, Exhibition and Consumption in the Second World War

A Workshop on Data Collection and Analysis, Computational Methods and the Opportunities for Comparative Research   Purpose: Within the specific time frame of the Second World War, this workshop brings together researchers who study the distribution, exhibition and consumption of cinema in belligerent and neutral […]

Launch Symposium: The Urban Commons of Culture, Past & Present!

Launch Symposium: The Urban Commons of Culture, Past & Present!

We are delighted to invite you to the launch of the The Urban Commons of Culture, Past & Present, our new online platform for reflection and exchange on how culture and creativity can thrive in cities in an open and inclusive way. Commons are a hot […]

The Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF is looking for a Research Assistant / Associate

The Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF is looking for a Research Assistant / Associate

The Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF, Germany’s first film university, is looking to fill a post within the research project “Film Circulation on the international Film Festival Circuit and its Impact on Global Film Culture”, funded with a grant from the German Ministry for Education […]