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 real deal. You can read more about it on the website, where you can also find the pages for registration (free, first-come, first-served basis) and proposing sessions.
28-29 October 2016: Creativity & the City, 1600-2000: an E-Humanities Perspective
This international and interdisciplinary conference on the history of creativity and the city brings together recent research in the fields of history, arts, and digital humanities. In the last decade, scholars in the humanities and social sciences have explored the complex interplay between places and their culture using a variety of methods and approaches. The conference examines the relationship between cultural artefacts (art, books, etc.) and the urban networks and spaces in which they were conceived, (re)produced, distributed, mediated, and consumed in early modern and modern Europe. How such issues can be studied by means of existing and novel (digital) methods, as well as comparative and long-term approaches, is the second major theme of the conference.
The program of the conference can be found here.