The playlist of the performance of Fuse during the last session on our conference: (traditional) Klezmer dans Maurice Ravel – Alborada del Gracioso Chick Corea – Spain Claude Chalhoub – Recitative a la Baroque JS Bach – Brandenburg concerto no. 5 Nils Frahm- Hammers Chris ThileREAD MORE

Slides of the keynote lecture by Ilja Van Damme (Antwerp University), Cities of a Lesser God? Reassembling the history of creativity & the city from a long-term perspective. Held at the conference Creativity & the City 1600 – Present: An E-Humanities Perspective, 28-29 October 2016.READ MORE

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

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

In recent years the toolkit of humanities scholars has been expanded with powerful software that allows for the creation of beautiful network visualizations (see for instance the websites of Kindred Britain or ePistolarium and the teaser below) However, few scholars are aware of the methodological assumptions implicitREAD MORE

One of the longer running projects that is maintained within the CREATE program is ECARTICO, a comprehensive collection of structured biographical data concerning painters, engravers, printers, book sellers, gold- and silversmiths and others involved in the ‘cultural industries’ of the Low Countries in the sixteenthREAD MORE