Events

Upcoming events:

  • Digital Humanities in Early Music Research I
    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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  • Simulation of Dramatic Networks (lecture)
    Italian literary scholar Franco Moretti will give a lecture on Simulation of Dramatic Networks. Emeritus professor at Stanford University returns to Prague after twenty years at the invitation of the Czech Literary Bibliography (Institute of Czech Literature of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic) and ArteActa (Academy of Performing Arts in Prague).
    Entry to the lecture is free after registration at http://bit.ly/36qRTmw.
    Time and place: February 28, 2020, Prague (Czech Academy of Sciences, Room 206)
    More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/605145260320109/
  • EpiDoc Workshop: Training in digital epigraphy & papyrologyWe invite applications for a five-day training workshop in the use of EpiDoc, the de facto standard for encoding ancient epigraphic and papyrological editions in TEI XML.To apply for a place on this workshop, please send a brief explanation of your motivation for seeking EpiDoc training to gabriel.bodard@sas.ac.uk by February 23rd, 2020.Time and place: April 20–24, 2020, London.More information: https://ics.sas.ac.uk/events/event/22179
  • CALL FOR PAPERS – Digital Humanities Congress 2020The University of Sheffield’s Digital Humanities Institute is delighted to announce its Call for Papers for a three-day conference to be held in Sheffield during 10th–12th September 2020. The Digital Humanities Congress is a conference held in Sheffield every two years. Its purpose is to promote the sharing of knowledge, ideas and techniques within the digital humanities.The deadline for submissions is 29th February 2020.More information: https://www.dhi.ac.uk/dhc2020/

 


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Past events:

  • TEI and Kontext: The TEITOK environment
    This year’s first seminar, organized by the LINDAT / CLARIAH-CZ Research Infrastructure, will be a tutorial on TEITOK, a web-based platform for creating, searching and editing corpora represented in TEI coding. Its use will be demonstrated on several selected corpora and participants will have the opportunity to try TEITOK on their own data.Time and place: February 20, 2020, PragueMore information: pdf
  • XML Prague 2020
    XML Prague is a conference on XML for developers, markup geeks, information managers, and students. XML Prague focuses on markup and semantic on the Web, publishing and digital books, XML technologies for Big Data and recent advances in XML technologies. The conference provides an overview of successful technologies, with a focus on real world application versus theoretical exposition.
    Date and place: February 13–15, 2020, Prague (University of Economics)
    More information: www.xmlprague.cz
  • 7th Estonian Digital Humanities Confeence: Use of Digital Cultural Heritage in Research and Education
    The theme of the DH Estonia 2019 conference is the use of digital cultural heritage, especially in the field of education. The conference aims to focus on how the user habits as well as needs and requirements could influence the practices of memory institutions, such as museums, archives and libraries who are striving to increase the volume of digitised sources of cultural heritage.Date and place: December 4–6, 2019, Tallinn (Estonia)More information: https://dh.org.ee/events/dhe2019/
  • Digital Methods for the Study of Theatre
    The Institute of Philosophy of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic in cooperation with CzADH prepared a lecture in which Miguel Escobar Varela from the National University of Singapore will present the possibilities of using digital methods in the study of theater performances.
    Date and place: November 26, 2019, Prague (FLÚ, Jilská 1, boardroom, 2 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.)
    More information: https://www.czadh.cz/events/digital-methods-for-the-study-of-theatre/
  • Autumn DH tutorials LINDAT/CLARIAH-CZ
    The third of a series of tutorials on data processing and computational research in the humanities, prepared by the LINDAT/CLARIAH-CZ research infrastructure.
    Date and place: November 28, 2019 Prague
    More information: pdf program

 

  • Autumn DH tutorials LINDAT/CLARIAH-CZ
    The second of a series of tutorials on data processing and computational research in the humanities
    Date and place: October 17, 2019, Prague
    More information: pdf program
  • Autumn DH tutorials LINDAT/CLARIAH-CZ
    Date and place: September 9, 2019 Prague
    More information: pdf program
  • DATeCH
    We are delighted to announce that the 3rd edition of DATeCH (Digital Access to Textual Cultural Heritage) will take place at the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts. The International conference brings together researchers and practitioners seeking innovative approaches for the creation, transformation and exploitation of historical documents in digital form.
    Time and place: May 8–10 2019, Brussels (Belgium)
    More information: http://datech.digitisation.eu/
  • Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries – DHN 2019
    The DHN conferences aim to provide an overview of research, education and communication about the interdisciplinary field of digital humanities. In 2019, the conference seeks to extend the scope of digital humanities research covered, both into new areas, as well as beyond the Nordic and Baltic countries.
    Time and place: 6.–8. 3. 2019 Copenhagen (Denmark)
    More information: http://dig-hum-nord.eu/dhn-2019/
  • Workshop: “Network” (Netzwerk) as a perspective of a historical research, September 25, 2018, Prague (Collegium Carolinum, Valentinská 91/1), https://www.mua.cas.cz/cs/akce/workshop-sit-jako-perspektiva-historickeho-vyzkumu
    The Masaryk Institute and the Archive of Czech Academy of Sciences in cooperation with the Research Institute for the History of the Czech Republic and Slovakia – Collegium Carolinum prepared a half-day workshop on the use of digital methods in historical network analysis.