Film Distribution and Exhibition During World War II Online convention: Nov 19-20, 2020 This online event is a follow-up to the workshop “Film Distribution, Exhibition and Consumption during the Second World War” (Leuven, 2018) and the “Movie Theatres in Wartime” symposium (June 2020, scheduled toREAD MORE

The next academic semester brings new and inspiring CREATE events. Please save the dates for our 2020-2021 Salon and Masterclass serie. More information on topics and speakers will be available soon! Wednesday 23 September 15:00-17:00 (digital)Virtual Interiors Thursday  22 October 15:00-17:00Virtual Teaching and Digital MethodsREAD MORE

On Thursday 28 May, a group of enthusiasts gathered on Zoom for a Cinema Context datasprint, aimed at cleaning and enriching programming data obtained via automatic extraction from digitised newspapers. For the occasion, a ‘Digifil Editor’ was created, a tool structuring the information that participantsREAD MORE

CREATE invites you to a virtual datasprint on Thursday 28 May. Challenged by the corona-crisis, we want to take the opportunity to experiment with new ways for hands-on collaborative work on digital data in humanities research. In this dataprint, we will focus on Dutch filmREAD MORE

Tobias Blanke (professor of Humanities and AI) and Julia Noordegraaf (CREATE, professor of Digital Heritage) have taken the initiative to collect sources related to the COVID-19 crisis. This mainly involves collecting and archiving ephemeral sources that document how individuals and communities experience the corona crisis. The aim is to quickly develop anREAD MORE

Dear colleagues, On Monday, 23 March, the government took additional measures to tackle the coronavirus. In line with these extra measures, there will be no CREATE activities until further notice. The CREATE staff continues working virtually, so we continue the research support by the Lab team toREAD MORE

On the 30th of January, we hosted the fourth edition of the Urban Studies Network Day at the Lloyd Hotel. CREATE co-hosted this networking event for urban scholars with The Centre for Urban Studies (CUS), the Amsterdam Centre for Urban History (ACUH), and the AmsterdamREAD MORE