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KNOWLEDGE INFRASTRUCTURES - eHumanities News

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

Loet Leydesdorff, Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR, UvA);

October 17, 2013. Toward a network theory of innovation:Heterogeneity in relations, positions, and perspectives

Fernie Maas (VU History Department), Albert Merono (VU Computer Science), Wouter Beek (VU Computer Science)

October 10, 2013. Dutch Book Trade 1660-1750: using the STCN to gain insight in publishers’ strategies

Marnix van Berchum, DANS (KNAW)

October 3, 2013. Linked sources: a network approach to the repertory of sixteenth-century polyphony (an introduction)

Lambert Schomaker, University of Groningen (RUG)

September 26, 2013. New digital-humanities methods for paleography and handwritten manuscript analysis

First RM in new academic season

19 September, 2013. Lotte Wilms, Steven Claeyssens, Clemens Neudecker (National Library, KB), Hugo Huurdeman (University of Amsterdam, UvA)Digital Humanities at the Koninklijke Bibliotheek

Computational Humanities Programme- Annual Symposium

June 26, 2013. The four Computational Humanities projects will bring us up-to-date with their progress over the past year. For each project
Emilia Gomez, University of Barcelona. eHumanities Group - New Trends in eHumanities

Dr. Emilia Gómez, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona

June 6, 2013. Towards Computer-Assisted Transcription and Description of Music Recordings

Seda Guerses, Catholic University Leuven

May 23, 2013.. Exploring boundary work among computer scientists in the search for "privacy research paradigms''
Junte Zang and Erik Tjong Sang, Meertens Institute. eHumanities Group - New Trends in eHumanities

Junte Zhang and Erik Tjong Kim Sang, Meertens Institute

May 16, 2013. Technical aspects of Nederlab, such as searching and vizualisation

Ashley Burgoyne, University of Amsterdam (UvA)

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April 25, 2013. Fishing for Hooks: An Empirical Approach to Understanding Long-Term Musical Salience
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1. Max Kemman, Erasmus University Rotterdam and Laura Hollink, VU University Amsterdam and 2. Maciej Eder, Pedagogical University in Kraków, eHg visiting fellow

April 18, 2013. Building the PoliMedia search system; data- and user-driven. Authorship attribution and beyond: techniques of assessing the literary style.
Menzo Windhouwer, Language Archive and Eric Dreibel. eHumanities Group - New Trends in eHumanities
Wido van Peursen, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. eHumanities group - New trends in eHumanities

Wido van Peursen, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

March7, 2014. Data and Debora: New Avenues in the Computational Analysis of the Old Testament
Almila Akdag Salah, Samir Passi, Andrea Scharnhorst & Sally Wyatt ,eHumanities Group - New trends in eHumanities

Almila Akdag Salah, Samir Passi, Andrea Scharnhorst & Sally Wyatt (eHumanities Group)

February 14, 2013. Introducing the EU Network of Excellence about Internet Science: What does it mean for e-Humanities?
Christine Arnolds - New Trends in eHumanities. eHumanities Group

Christine Arnold, Maastricht University

January 31, 2013. Facets of Political Representation: Data and Measurements
Maarten de Rijke (UvA), Ridho Reinanda (KITLV, eHg). eHumanities group - New Trends in eHumanities

Maarten de Rijke (UvA), Ridho Reinanda (KITLV, eHg)

January 24, 2013. Why Is Digital Humanities Interesting For A Computer Scientist?
Smiljana Antonijević and Ellysa Stern Cahoy, Penn State University. eHumanities Group - New trends in eHumanities

Smiljana Antonijević and Ellysa Stern Cahoy, Penn State University

January 17, 2013. Following Workflow of a Digital Scholar
Folkert de Vriend, Meertens institute. eHumanities group - New Trends in eHumanities

Folkert de Vriend, Meertens institute

January 10, 2013. Tools for Computational Analyses of Dialect Geography Data