Two birds, one stone: Bridging cultural heritage collections with crowds and niches Crowdsourcing is a valuable source of data and metadata in cultural heritage. In this workshop speakers from Naturalis, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision and the Rijksmuseum will provide their insights onREAD MORE

In two weeks our ACHI-CREATE conference will take place. Preparations to facilitate this international and interdisciplinary conference are in full swing. The full program and info on the venues are now available online. If you would like to visit our Conference, please fill in theREAD MORE

The third annual Digital Humanities Day (DHD) will take place on the 28 October 2016 in Groningen. The aim of the DHD is to bring together researchers of various humanities disciplines and offer a platform to discuss ongoing or new research in the field ofREAD MORE

Message from Utrecht University Digital Humanities Community: We would like to invite you to the first Utrecht University Digital Humanities Community Event, which will take place on Friday 7 October 2016, 14:00-17:00 in the Sweelinckzaal, Drift 21. This networking event is open to all UUREAD MORE

Over the last two decades, text-mining became part and parcel of many academic disciplines, but largely failed to have a fundamental scholarly impact on History. Admittedly, Digital History (and its methods) is gaining traction, but the historical mainstream remains overall unimpressed by the enthusiasm ofREAD MORE

“High time for time travel!” Between all the data on historical Amsterdam that is digitally available and the expertise of researchers, computer and information scientists, and heritage professionals, it must be possible to develop a time machine with which we can walk the streets ofREAD MORE