Creativity & the City, 1600-2000: an E-Humanities Perspective International Conference – Amsterdam, 27-29 October 2016 27 October 2016 – THATCamp Prior to the Conference we will host a Humanities and Technologies camp. THATCamp is an unconference: a flat structured and participatory prelude to the realREAD MORE

Workshop Kaarten en Data. Digitale kaartapplicaties voor erfgoedbeheerders en onderzoekers Arie van Steensel (Department Geschiedenis, Amsterdam Centre for Urban History) organizes a workshop on digital historical maps and GIS. Please find the abstract and program (in Dutch) below. Digitale kaartapplicaties zijn niet meer weg teREAD MORE

Come and see us @DHBenelux on 8 and 9 June in Belval, just south of the city of Luxemburg. Julia will be discussing 3D Visualization as a Tool for Studying the History of Cinema-going Claartje will discuss the Stedelijk Museum Textmining Project, together with JeroenREAD MORE

Check this out: Matthew Lincoln developed an excellent walkthrough for visualizing early modern depictions of Amsterdam. These data describe almost 1,000 objects from the Rijksmuseum made between 1500 and 1750 that depict some location in the city of Amsterdam, as labeled by curatorial teams atREAD MORE

Woensdag 11 mei 2016, start lezingenreeks over De Stad als kennisknooppunt binnen het programma De Maakbaarheid van onze Kennissamenleving. 19:00 tot 21:00 uur, KNAW, Het Trippenhuis, Kloveniersburgwal 29, 1011 JV Amsterdam. Aanmelden kan hier. Wat maakte steden tot de bakermat van de kennissamenleving in de GoudenREAD MORE

Affiliate member dr. Bert van de Roemer was invited to give a lecture at the British Library on his digital historical research and the CREATE project.READ MORE

Data Visualization: Excel and beyond UvA Create Digital History Workshop Wednesday April 20, 2016, 13-15h E-lab Mediastudies, room 0.16 BG 1, Turfdraagsterpad 9, Amsterdam Most humanities scholars will agree that to understand their research object means to visualize it to some extent. This session ofREAD MORE