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Humanities Goes Digital in Greece

Ημερομηνία Προσθήκης:

An introductory workshop on Digital Humanities

30 May 2014, 09:30-17:00

Athens School of Fine Arts, («Giorgio de Chirico» Hall, 256 Peiraios st), Athens, Greece

Supported by the European Association of Digital Humanities.
HGDinGreece

About

This general introductory workshop, supported by the European Association of Digital Humanities inaugurates a series of Digital Humanities focused activities within the framework of the DARIAH-GR initiative in Greece.
Through this workshop a first acquaintance with a range of issues involved in the design, creation, management and use of digital resources in the Humanities alongside with main technologies, methodologies, tools used in the field of Digital Humanities will be attempted.

When?

Friday 30 May 2014, 9:30-17:00

Where?

Athens School of Fine Arts, «Giorgio de Chirico» Hall, 256 Peiraios st, 182 33 Rentis

Access : Buses no 049 and 914 (stop: Scholi Kalon Texnon)

Metro Line 1 (green). Station: KALLITHEA.

For whom?

Workshop’s intended audience includes scholars, early-career researchers, graduate students from Humanities as well as stake-holders in the cultural industry.

What?

9:30-10:00

Coffee-Greetings

10:00-10:45

Digital Humanities in Greece- Dr Helen Katsiadakis, Academy of Athens

10:45- 11:30

Many, varied and disputed: defining Digital Humanities – Dr Julianne Nyhan, Lecturer in
Digital Humanities UCL

11:30-12:15

Knowledge representation, Prof Panos Constantopoulos, digital curation and the humanities, AUEB, DCU

12.15-13:00

Discussion

13:00-14:00

Lunch break

14:00-14:45

Taking that Next Step: Methods for Automatic Extraction of Semantic Data from Large Corpora- Matthew Munson, Researcher, Alexander von Humboldt Chair for Digital Humanities in Leipzig

14:45-15:15

Digital Humanities scholarship: new perspectives for the Humanities? – Dr Julianne
Nyhan

15:15-16:00

Discussion

16:00-17:00

Dialogue-driven session. Conclusion and looking ahead: next steps-ideas-needs

Humanities Goes Digital in Greece

How can I attend?

The registration has closed

Extras

The hall has a capacity of up to 80 seats.
Public areas of the building are wheelchair accessible.
For additional information, please contact us at info@dyas-net.gr