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 Archival Education and Practice through Computational Archival Science (CAS)). The symposium is chaired by Giovanni Colavizza and Melvin Wevers (University of Amsterdam) and will take place online. Full details and registration: https://www.create.humanities.uva.nl/events/create-symposium-computational-turns-in-the-humanities/.