New Trends in eHumanities

New Trends in e-Humanities

KNAW  e-Humanities Group

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 at the eHumanities Group 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.

Next New Trends in eHumanities Meeting

New trends in eHumanities- big ideas in computing

Frank van Harmelen, VU University

April21, 2016. The Big Ideas in Computing
(and how they are relevant to eHumanities)

Upcoming New Trends in eHumanities Meetings

May 12-13, 2016
CHproject – Tunes and Tales Final event

May 20, 2016
eHumanities group- Big Event!
Past, Present and Future of Digital Humanities & Social Sciences in the Netherlands

 

 

 

 

 

May 23-25, 2016
CHproject- Elite Network Shifts Final event

June 8, 2016
CH Project – CEDAR Final event

New trends in eHumanities - datafication

Linnet Taylor, Marie Curie Research Fellow, Governance and Inclusive Development University of Amsterdam

March19, 2015. In the name of Development: power, profit and the datafication of the global South
Exploring a world of networked information built from free-text metadata

Shenghui Wang and Rob Koopman, OCLC

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March 12, 2015. Exploring a world of networked information built from free-text metadata
KnoweScape workshop

Joe Tennis, University of Washington

March 5, 2015. Categoriography: Thick Description of Semantics in Long-lived Complex Information Systems
Stability-and-variation-continuity-and-change

Frans Wiering, Utrecht University

February 19. 2015. Musicology Centred Design
New Trends in eHumanities- ENS presentation 2015
New Trends in eHumanities- electronic diplomatic transcripts

Jacob Thaisen, University of Stavanger

February 5, 2015. Modelling spelling variation from electronic diplomatic transcripts
multimodal dimensions of human expression

Arjan van Hessen, Twente University and Stef Scagliola, Erasmus University Rotterdam

January 29, 2015. Speeding up research and exploiting the multimodal dimensions of human expression: the blessings and perils of HLT for Speech Retrieval
Predicting the International Appeal of Novels

Marijn Koolen, University of Amsterdam (UvA)

January 15, 2015. Predicting the International Appeal of Novels
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
New trendsin eHumanities- Nodegoat

Pim van Bree and Geert Kessels, LAB1100

December 4, 2014 Nodegoat: a web-based research environment for object-oriented analyses and visualisations in the humanities
New Trends in eHumanities

Alexandra Supper, Maastricht University

November 27, 2014. Big Data, Loud Information: the sonification of scientific data and the discourse on ‘big data’
New trends in eHumanities - BiographyNet -historical queries text analysis and visualization

Susan Legêne, Serge ter Braake, Antske Fokkens, Niels Ockeloen -VU University Amsterdam

November 20, 2014. BiographyNet: historical queries, text analysis and visualization
New trends in eHumanities - Online literary discussion as a source in literary studies

Peter Boot, Huygens ING (KNAW)

November 13, 2014. Online literary discussion as a source in literary studies
Mapping Notes and Nodes in Networks- New Trends in eHumanities
New Trends in eHumanities- sprakbanken

Markus Forsberg, University of Gothenburg

October 23, 2014. A tour around the research infrastructure of Språkbanken
New Trends in eHumanities -Documenting Relationships in the e-Humanities – exemplars from the heritage, museum, literature and social science domains

Jane Hunter, University of Queensland

October 16, 2014. Documenting Relationships in the e-Humanities – exemplars from the heritage, museum, literature and social science domains
New Trends in eHumanities - Big Data Little Data No Data- Scholarship in the Networked World

Christine L. Borgman, University of California, KNAW visiting professor

October 9, 2014. Data scholarship in the Humanities
New Trends in eHumanities - maps and grammar
New trends in eHumanities-Supporting open access to research data

Merel Noorman, eHumanities Group (KNAW)

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September 11, 2014. Supporting open access to research data
eHumanities Content and Technology (CCCT) Seminar

Computational Humanities Annual Symposium

September 4, 2014. 14.00! - 17.30
korsakow- New Trends in eHumanities

Workshop on using the Korsakow System for interactive filmmaking

June 5, 2014. By Ben Miller, eHg visiting fellow 2014
Krzysztof Suchecki-University of the Balearic Islands - New trends in eHumanities

Krzysztof Suchecki, Warsaw University of Technology

22 May, 2014. Models of hierarchy growth - what can we learn about cultural dynamics using models from physics?
Transversal Narratives and Human Rights Text Mining- New Trends in eHumanities

Ben Miller, Georgia State University

May 15, 2014. Transversal Narratives and Human Rights Text Mining
CrowdTruth for Digital Hermeneutics - New Trends in eHumanities

Lora Aroyo, VU University Amsterdam

May 8, 2014. CrowdTruth for Digital Hermeneutics: Crowdsourcing the understanding of events in cultural heritage