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Special Issue Announcement: KNOWLEDGE INFRASTRUCTURES

Submission date: October 19, 2014
Workshop Digital humanities: Critical views and experiences

Workshop organized by e-Humanities Group, KNAW: Digital humanities: Critical views and experiences

Provisional Programme Digital humanities: Critical views and…
Workshop Digital humanities: Critical views and experiences
cedar logo

Final CEDAR event

June 8, 2016 at the International Institute of Social History
Elite Network Shifts

Final ENS Event

23-25 May 2016. Leiden University
Tunes and Tales

Final Tunes and Tales event

May12-13, 2016. Symposium Transmission of Tunes and Tales
Siberian federal university

A Computational Turn in the Humanities? A Perspective from Science and Technology Studies

February 2016. Paper by Sally Wyatt published in the Journal of Siberian Federal University
eHumanities group nominated for DH awards 2015

eHumanities group nominated for DH Engagement award

Voting for DH Awards is open! Deadline 27 February, 2016
eHumanities eMagazine 7

Refining Statistical Data on the Web

May 9, 2016. Defence of Albert Meroño's PhD thesis
Symposium Torah and Qur'an recitations

Symposium Torah and Qur'an Recitation in the Netherlands

February 9, 2016. Meertens Institute, Amsterdam
Special issue of the Canadian Journal of Communication

Sally Wyatt co-editor of Special issue of The Canadian Journal of Communication

Vol 40, No 4: Digital Technologies and Social Transformations: What Role for Critical Theory?
SRC online

New issue SRC On-line

With an article by Sally Wyatt
DHCommon journal

CEDAR: Linked Open Census Data

Article in first issue of DHCommons Journal

The Gender Factor in Judging Literary Quality – a Quantitative Approach

November 27, 2015. Presentation by Corina Koolen at OSL PhD Newsroom
Accelerating scientific discovery

3rd National eScience Symposium

October 8, 2015. Amsterdam ArenA
eHg- New Trends in eHumanities - new academic year

eHumanities group - New academic year kick-off event

September 17, 2015. Presentation of Computational Humanities projects
korsakow- New Trends in eHumanities

Florian Thalhofer, Berlin-based Artist: documentary filmmaker and the inventor of Korsakow

September 10, 2015. Make the story lie less – by creating flexible films
Christine Borgman- book cover

Big Data, Little Data, No Data: Scholarship in the Networked World

June 17, 2015. KNAW Visiting Professor Christine Borgman will present her new book at DANS

Workshop on Tool Criticism in the Digital Humanities

May 22, 2015. Amsterdam
Mundaneum

Atlas of Knowledge. Anyone can map

Art Talk with Katy Börner (Indiana University) at the Mundaneum.
New trends in eHumanities - stop making tools

Christophe Guéret, eHg, DANS, VU

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April 16, 2015. Workshop - 'Stop making tools! nobody likes them anyway...'
KnoweScape workshop

Knowescape TD1210 workshop

March 4 &5, 2015. At the eHumanities Group, Amsterdam
Recode

RECODE presents

Policy Recommendations for Open Access to Research Data
Recode

RECODE Final Conference

15-16 January 2015 in Athens, Greece
eHumanities group annual lecture: Serendipity in the digital humanities

eHg Annual Lecture - Toby Burrows, King’s College London and the University of Western Australia

December 11,2014. Serendipity in the digital humanities
Recode

RECODE Workshop

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September 25, 2014 at Meervaart Conference Center, Amsterdam