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Graph Technologies in the Humanities

Events 2. 2. 2021

The annual event will be held online as a virtual symposium. For attendees, papers and presentations will be made available to read or watch in advance. Please register by February 8 to get access to the meeting and the materials in advance:

Open science: from data to publication

Events 2. 2. 2021

Open Science Support Centre, together with the Department of Science and Research of Charles University, is organizing a two-day online training focused on working with research data and new trends in publishing scientific outputs. Participation in the training is free, you just need to register.

Digital data from the perspective of the humanities scientist – online conference

Events 23. 11. 2020

The one-day online conference prepared within the LINDAT / CLARIAH-CZ project offers a meeting place for researchers working with digital data in the humanities, experts developing research infrastructures and all students and others interested in digital research. It is an opportunity to get feedback or suggestions, establish cooperation and meet partners for future projects.

Conference Knihově – Czech book culture online

Events 20. 10. 2020

The aim of the conference is to present the research potential of the Knihově web portal to experts from various research areas and to initiate a broader methodological discussion on the development and further direction of Czech codicology and bibliology.

The conference will be broadcast online. Those interested in active and passive participation are asked by the organizers to register till October 23 by e-mail:

Virtual DH 2020

Events 20. 7. 2020

The annual conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) is currently underway. This year’s event is organized in the form of an online conference. Registration is open through the whole event.

EADH research grants for early-stage researchers

Events 23. 6. 2020

The European Association for the Digital Humanities is launching a competition to support small projects. The aim is to promote the development of education in the digital humanities through the development and use of computational methods in research and teaching in the humanities and related fields.

The challenge is suitable for beginning researchers. Applicants must become members of EADH, which is possible either directly or through affiliated organizations such as the Czech Association for Digital Humanities (CzADH).

The deadline for submitting a project proposal is 30 September 2020.

Virtual exhibition “Action K: Destruction of monastic libraries”

Events 13. 5. 2020

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the communist attacks on monasteries in Bohemia, the National Library of the Czech Republic prepared a virtual exhibition Action K: Destruction of Monastery Libraries.

The exhibition, which is one of the outputs of the PROVENIO – Virtual Reconstruction of Book Units project, uses a new tool for creating virtual exhibitions, which was created within the INDIHU project – development of tools and infrastructure for digital humanities.

TEITOK online

News 29. 3. 2020

A record from the last LINDAT / CLARIAH-CZ tutorial during which Maarten Janssen from the University of Coimbra introduced the TEITOK tool that combines corpus tools with the TEI standard can be viewed here:

Simulace dramatických sítí (přednáška)

Events 24. 2. 2020

Italský literární vědec Franco Moretti prosloví přednášku na téma Simulace dramatických sítí. Emeritní profesor Stanfordovy univerzity se vrací do Prahy po dlouhých dvaceti letech na pozvání České literární bibliografie (Ústav pro českou literaturu AV ČR) a časopisu pro performativní umění a umělecký výzkum ArteActa (Akademie múzických umění v Praze).
Vstup na přednášku je zdarma po registraci na
Termín a místo konání: 28. 2. 2020, Praha (Akademie věd ČR, sál č. 206)
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Digital Humanities in Early Music Research I

Events 23. 2. 2020

The first of a series of conferences and workshops focusing on the use of digital humanities in early music research.
Time and place: March 5–6, 2020, Prague (Conference center of the Czech Academy of Sciences)
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