On 18 February (3-5PM) CREATE hosts a symposium on Computational Turns in the Humanities, with presentations by Yann Ryan, Sebastian Ahnert and Ruth Ahnert, who will speak about Networking Archives: Quantitative History and the Contingent Archive, and Richard Marciano, who will speak about Advancing ArchivalREAD MORE

The Humanities contribute to society in many different ways; most of them are indirect and thus hard to measure. While there are good reasons for this state of affairs, at CREATE we are investigating whether we can quantify and qualify a specific form of impact:READ MORE

Exciting job opportunity for a postdoctoral researcher working on AI for Cultural Heritage: one year of paid research, 9 months embedded with us at the University of Amsterdam-CREATE and the company Picturae to collaborate on the Iceberg project (automatically digitizing handwritten documents) of the NationalREAD MORE

The “Théâtre des Arts de Rouen (1882-1940)” dossier is now fully completed more than seven years after its opening in June 2013. This is the third of the four parts of the vast project that Joann Élart and Yannick Simon are devoting to Dezède toREAD MORE

The start of the new academic semester brings new and inspiring CREATE events! Please save the dates for our 2019-2020 Salon serie (Thursday 3-5 PM in the eLab of Mediastudies). More information on topics and speakers will be available soon. 31/10/2019  28/11/2019  30/01/2020 27/02/2020READ MORE

During the Fourth Annual Student Research in Music Conference, coorganised by IASPM Benelux, Universiteit Utrecht, student society Hucbald, and KVNM, the first Hélène Nolthenius Prize for master theses in in musicology was awarded to former CREATE researcher Mascha van Nieuwkerk for her thesis ‘Een vergeten repertoire: De concertprogrammering van Felix Meritis in deREAD MORE

Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, October 17-20, 2019 DEADLINE: APRIL 7, 2019    SCSC welcomes papers, panels, and poster presentations on any topic relevant to “Early Modern Digital Humanities.” Digital projects might include interpretive scholarly papers, discussions of electronic editions of sources, digital pedagogy, digitalREAD MORE