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The eHumanities Group

The e-Humanities Group is an initiative of the KNAW that brings together expertise and research in the development and use of digital technologies in the humanities and social sciences.

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Recode Project Workshop

Announcing the 4th RECODE Workshop

July 1, 2014. Policy Recommendations for Open Access to Research Data in Europe: Institutional support for open access to research data

New Trends in eHumanities. Meetings & Archives

Every Thursday Afternoon

The e-Humanities Group generally holds a research meeting every Thursday afternoon, and persons interested in the topics of the presentations are welcome to attend.

Meetings are held from 15.00 – 17.00 with one or two presentations on current research, followed by discussion.

Scholars engaged in the broad domain of e-research in the humanities and social sciences are invited to share their work at these meetings.

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eHumanities eMagazine

In this eMagazine we highlight the latest news and forthcoming events from the e-Humanities Group and its network.

Upcoming New Trends in eHumanities Meetings

April 24, 2014
Toine Pieters and Jaap Verheul, Utrecht University
Cultural Text Mining and other Digital Utopia’s

May 8, 2014
Lora Aroyo, VU University Amsterdam
CrowdTruth for Digital Hermeneutics:
Crowdsourcing the understanding of events in cultural heritage

May 15, 2014
Benjamin Miller, Georgia State University, eHg visiting Fellow 2014

May 22, 2014
Toby Burrows, University of Western Australia

June 5, 2014
Last meeting before summer break

September 4, 2014
Computational Humanities Annual Symposium

September 18, 2014
Sjef Barbiers, Meertens Institute (KNAW)

October 2, 2014
Susan Legêne et al.

October 30, 2014

Charles van den Heuvel, Huygens ING (KNAW), et al.
Mapping Notes and Nodes in Networks
Exploring potential relationships in biographical data and cultural networks in the creative industry in Amsterdam and Rome in the Early Modern Period.