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

Interactivity and its discontents - New Trends in eHumanities

1. Ana Raus, Maastricht University 2. Sally Wyatt, eHumanities Group

October 20, 2011. 1. Interactivity and its discontents, 2. Enhancing Virtual Knowledge
Improving web survey for the social and cultural sciences - New Trends in eHumanities

Stephanie Steinmetz, UvA

October 13, 2011 Improving web survey methodology for the social and cultural sciences: some reflections
‘A Decade in Internet Time’ - New Trends in eHumanities
Database Cinema and Scholarly Authorship: Rich Media Publishing and Media Visualization with Born Digital Online Video. - New Trends in eHumanities

1. Introduction to Computational Humanities projects, 2. Elizabeth Losh, University of California San Diego

September 8, 2011 . Database Cinema and Scholarly Authorship: Rich Media Publishing and Media Visualization with Born Digital Online Video.
pres. Herbert van de Sompel - New Trends in eHumanities

1. Herbert van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Visiting Professor DANS, 2. Members of the eHumanities Group

June 16, 2011 1. Resource-centric interoperability for digital scholarship: Open Annotation and SharedCanvas
ICT and Ancients Literary Texts - New Trends in eHumanitiies
War in parliament, New Trends in eHumanities
The Concept Web, Data Publishing, and Automated Knowledge Discovery, New Trends in eHumanities

Erik Schultes, Leiden University Medical Center

May 12, 2011. The Concept Web, Data Publishing, and Automated Knowledge Discovery
Evaluating eResearch A Basis for Collaboration Between the eHumanities Group and CWTS?, New Trends in eHumanities

Paul Wouters, Centre for Science and Technology Studies, Leiden University

April 28, 2011. Evaluating e-Research: A Basis for Collaboration Between the e-Humanities Group and CWTS?
Panorama of Projects, New Trends in eHumanities

Meertens Institute & KNAW eHumanities Group

April 14, 2011. Panorama of Projects
Reinventing research? Information Practices in the Humanities, New Trends in eHumanities

Sally Wyatt, KNAW eHumanities Group

April 7, 2011. Reinventing research? Information Practices in the Humanities
The Influence of Word Processing on Scientists, Their Practices, Output and Citability, New Trends in eHumanities

Maarten van Wesel, University of Maastricht

March 31, 2011. The Influence of Word Processing on Scientists, Their Practices, Output and Citability
Brains, Robots, and Humans; Reflections on Information and the Neurosociety, New Trends in eHumanities

1. Sal Restivo, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. 2. Sabrina Weiss, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

March 24, 2011. 1. Brains, Robots, and Humans; Reflections on Information and the Neurosociety
Authenticity, Authority and Cultural Heritage: The Challenge of Digital Data - New Trends in eHumanities

Martijn Stevens et al

March 17, 2011. Authenticity, Authority and Cultural Heritage: The Challenge of Digital Data
alfalab - new trends in eHumanities

Anne Beaulieu & Alfalab colleagues

March 10, 2011. Alfalab
Harmonizing for dissonance? - new trends in eHumanities

Alexander Badenoch, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study (NIAS)

February 17, 2011. Harmonizing for dissonance? Creating a Transnational Virtual Exhibit Using Online Heritage Collections
Developing a programme for eHumanities research - new trends in ehumanities

Sally Wyatt, eHumanities Group

February 10, 2011. Developing a Programme for e-Humanities Research
Using Twitter data for statistics: - new trends in ehumanities

Saskia te Riele and Marko Daas, Maastricht University

February 3, 2011. Using Twitter Data for Statistics: Gathering and Classifying Tweets
Preparing Enhanced Publications - new trends in ehumanities

Nick Jankowski, Anne Beaulieu, Clifford Tatum, VKS / KNAW e-Humanities Group

January 27, 2011. Preparing Enhanced Publications: Plans, Parameters, Reflections
Visualizing the Evolution of Different Knowledge Orders-New trends in eHumanities

Andrea Scharnhorst et al, Knowledge Space Lab, KNAW eHumanities Group

January 20, 2011. Visualizing the Evolution of Different Knowledge Orders.
Panorama of VKS research projects-New trends in eHumanities

Virtual Knowledge Studio

January 13, 2011. Panorama of VKS research projects.
Following the footnotes: A citation analysis of literature studies-New trends in eHumanities

Björn Hammarfelt, Visiting Fellow, KNAW eHumanities Group

January 6, 2011. Following the footnotes: A citation analysis of literature studies.