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 de
Scholars in the humanities work with many different kinds of materials and sources. We risk being overwhelmed with the available amount of information, and our organizational computer skills rarely go beyond organizing files in a hierarchy of folders and sub-folders. Working within large amounts of
Date: Wednesday, 3 July 2019 Venue: Pakhuis de Zwijger, Piet Heinkade 179, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Duration: 9.30 – 18.30 Go to Registration Holocaust Studies is a dynamic multidisciplinary research field that is dedicated to the Holocaust itself but also includes aspects of the post-Holocaust world such as memory,
Holocaust Studies in the Digital Age. What’s New? Date: Tuesday, 2 July 2019 Location: Stedelijk Museum, Museumplein 10, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Duration: 9.30-18.00 Go to Registration Holocaust studies: academic and public Holocaust Studies is a dynamic multidisciplinary research field that is dedicated to the Holocaust
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, digital
Funding awarded for large-scale European research initiative The European Commission has chosen Time Machine as one of six proposals to develop a large-scale research initiative. The European Time Machine project will receive 1 million euros in funding to prepare a detailed roadmap of the initiative.
This CREATE salon follows up on its previous edition in February on citizen science, but focuses on a different aspect of public engagement with digital history: the reuse of historical datasets. Ideally, research data are neatly deposited for reuse before a project ends. And increasingly,