Digital Text Lab invites to a workshop on project design in digital humanities with presentations of ongoing and completed projects.
|Dato||tir 04 apr|
|Tid||13:00 — 16:00|
|Sted||1586-114 (Kasernen, Langelandsgade)|
Setting up projects can be difficult and there are many rookie mistakes that can be avoided from other projects. We hope to inspire to make new projects, small or large, that make research questions operational for a computational approach.
13.00-13.15 Welcome and introduction - Mads Rosendahl Thomsen
13.15-13.35 Kirstine Helboe and Anne Agersnap (Theology) : ”Rethinking the sermon through humanities data: New strategies for exploring the relationship between pastor, church and society”
13.35-14.00 Mathias Clasen and Henrik Rump (English): “Digital sleuthing: Hunting for genres in hundreds of texts”
14.15-14.35 Armin Geertz (AIAS/History of Religions): "Textmining the minds of historical persons: The mystic Teresa of Ávila as a case"
14.35-15.00 Kristoffer Nielbo (Interacting Minds Centre): "Empowering Domain Experts in SSH"
15.10-15.30 Mads Rosendahl Thomsen (Comparative Literature): "Textual geography"
15.30-16.00 Q and A and exchange of ideas
Everyone is welcome - Sign up here: https://auws.au.dk/DH_workshop