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

Moving beyond Ctrl-F- Cultural Text Mining and other Digital Utopias - New Trends in eHumanities

Jaap Verheul, Utrecht University

April 24, 2014. Moving beyond Ctrl-F: Cultural Text Mining and other Digital Utopia’s
Mapping new models of complex data - New trends in eHumanities

Renaud Lambiotte, University of Namur

April 17, 2014. Mapping new models of complex data
Sabina Leonelli - New Trends in eHumanities

Sabina Leonelli, Exeter University

April10, 2014. What Difference Does Quantity Make? On the Epistemology of Big Data in Biology. Starting at 16.00 hrs!!
Epistemic Influence on Formal Gender Classification - New Trends in eHumanities

Melodie Fox, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

April 3, 2014. Using Discourse Analysis to Detect Epistemic Influence on Formal Gender Classification
Statistical Linked Dataspaces and Analysis - New Trends in eHumanities

1. Sarven Capadisli, Leipzig University (AKSW) and Bern University of Applied Sciences, and 2. Marco Otte, VU University Amsterdam

March 27, 2014. 1. Statistical Linked Dataspaces and Analysis and 2. Network Institute and their TechLabs
Workshop data curation - eHumanities Group

Workshop on Data curation

March 20, 2014. At eHumanities group, Amsterdam
Esteban Romero Frias March - New Trends in eHumanities

Esteban Romero Frías, University of Granada

March 13, 2014. GrinUGR, a Co-Laboratory on Digital Cultures in Social Sciences and Humanities
Missing categories in evaluations
 of individual academics - New Trends in eHumanities

Frank van der Most, eHumanities Group and DANS

March 6, 2014. Missing categories in evaluations
 of individual academics.
 The need for an ‘other’ category
Jakub Mlynar Charles University in Prague visitor at Erasmus Studio - New Trends in eHumanities

Jakub Mlynar, Charles University in Prague, visitor at Erasmus Studio

February 27, 2014. Technology as a support means for the (re)use of narrative data in social sciences
Monitoring Service in Educational Research - New Trends in eHumanities

Karima Haddou ou Moussa, GESIS Cologne, visitor DANS

February 20, 2014. Monitoring Service in Educational Research
Re-inventing the research library- infrastructure skills and advocacy - New trends in eHumanities

Susan Reilly, Royal Dutch Library (KB), LIBER

February 13, 2014. Re-inventing the research library: infrastructure, skills and advocacy.
A reflection on the past the present and the future of scholarly technologies and scholarly practices - New Trends in eHumanities

Andrew Treloar, Australian National Data Service (ANDS)

January 23, 2014. A reflection on the past, the present and the future of scholarly technologies and scholarly practices

Joris van Zundert, Huygens ING (KNAW)

January 16, 2014. Textual Scholarship Beyond the Book
Huub Everaert, eHumanities Group - New trends in eHumanities

Huub Everaert, Hogeschool Utrecht

January 9, 2014. The possibilities of simulation in historical demography. A concrete example from Suriname over the period 1838-1873.
Tracking Trolls New Challenges from the Folklore Macroscope

eHg Annual Lecture Tim Tangherlini, UCLA

December 12, 2013. Tracking Trolls: New Challenges from the Folklore Macroscope
Clement Levallois, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Clement Levallois, Erasmus University Rotterdam

November 28, 2013. NESSHI and GEPHI: Sociology of science as a breeding ground for tool building in the digital humanities.

Frank van Harmelen, VU University Amsterdam

November 21, 2013. Who are the members of ABBA? or: The Cluster Heuristic: How a simple heuristic can recognise correct from incorrect answers.

eHg Workshop Complexity in the Digital Humanities

November 7, 2013. Workshop of the e-Humanities Group Supported by the KNOWeSCAPE COST action (www.knowescape.org).

1. Vincent Traag, KITLV and eHumanities group, 2. Frank van der Most, DANS and eHumanities Group

October 31, 2013. 1. Community structure in complex networks 2. Adding and finding meaning in case-by-case network-graphs of interviews

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