Author: Emma van Meyeren

THATCamp Amsterdam 2016

This October 27th Amsterdam will see its first THATCamp (The Humanities and Technologies Camp) and you are invited to participate! What is THATCamp? A THATCamp is an unconference: an open, inexpensive meeting where humanists and technologists of all skill levels learn and build together in […]

Design and the City (April 2016, Amsterdam, the Netherlands)

Design & The City is an exciting, innovative conference, held from April 19 until 22 in Amsterdam. As part of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (Hogeschool van Amsterdam) during the Dutch EU chairmanship, Design & The City challenges the international community to shape the […]

Workshop on Computational History (July 2016, Krakow, Poland)

(Held in conjunction with Digital Humanities 2016, 12-16 July, Krakow, Poland) http://histoinformatics.org/ The HistoInformatics workshop series brings together researchers in the historical disciplines, computer science and associated disciplines as well as the cultural heritage sector. Historians, like other humanists show keen interests in computational approaches […]

Cfp: Audiovisual Data and Digital Scholarship: Towards Multimodal Literacy (July 2016, Krakow, Poland)

*Call for Abstracts* Audiovisual data and digital scholarship: towards multimodal literacy. 2nd Workshop on AVinDH, to be held at the Digital Humanities Conference DH2016, Krakow, Poland Date: 12 July 2016 https://avindhsig.wordpress.com/workshop-2016-krakowcfp/ *Workshop Overview* This full-day workshop will start with a keynote address on multimodal literacy by Dr. Claire Clivaz, Head of […]

Authorship Attribution and the Problem of Orthographic Variation

In the period 1550-1700 the Dutch society changed rapidly. After periods of ecclesiastical dominance there was a renewed interest in science and the idea of empiric experimenting developed. Thereby, the invention of printing enabled the circulation of the new ideas and theories. Medical and anatomic […]

Re-contextualizing the nineteenth-century anonymous music critic using digital tools

Recently, fifty international experts on nineteenth-century music criticism gathered in Lucca for a three-day conference (link). One of the returning issues at this conference was the methodological problem of interpreting the music critics’ writings: not as truthful accounts isolated from their context, but as products […]

Course: Databases for young historians

Course: Databases for young historians Date: January 25th, 26th, 27th and February 19th, 2016 Time: 10am-5pm Venue: Huygens ING, The Hague Open to: RMa Students, PhD candidates (limited to 15 participants) Fee: free ECTS: 2 Organizers: Leonor Álvarez Francés MA (UL), Thomas Delpeut MA (UvA), […]

Cfp: Doing Qualitative Network Analysis (California, April 5-10 2016)

we kindly invite you to submit an abstract to the session “Doing Qualitative Network Analysis” at the XXXVI Sunbelt Conference, April 5-10, 2016 at Newport Beach, California. Description: In the recent past, more and more network researchers have relied on qualitative approaches to social networks. […]