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When will an algorithm identify a sleeping lion as an emblem of a vigilant ruler?

23 Novembre 2020

When will an algorithm identify a sleeping lion as an emblem of a vigilant ruler?

DTU online lecture with Hans Brandhorst.
Thinkering
#LuxLife: Reflections on The Recurated Museum

2 Juillet 2020

rédigé par :
Sytze Van Herck, Christopher Morse

#LuxLife: Reflections on The Recurated Museum

During the summer semester we co-taught a course called The Recurated Museum, which explored the evolving role of museums in digital spaces. After the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic mid-semester and the subsequent explosion of movements like #MuseumAtHome and #CultureChezNous, we directly confronted many of the ideas we featured in class in a way that we could not have previously imagined.
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Lincoln Mullen

18 Juin 2020

Creating and Visualizing Datasets to Interpret American Religious History

Guest lecture by Lincoln Mullen (Department of History and Art History, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University) in the framework of the DTU-DHH Master Class “Digital History and Hermeneutics”.
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Does Blogging Make You a Better Academic? Writing Practices in Scholarly Blogs in the Humanities

12 Juin 2020

Does Blogging Make You a Better Academic? Writing Practices in Scholarly Blogs in the Humanities

Guest lecture by Dr. Mareike König (German Historical Institute Paris) in the framework of the DTU-DHH Master Class “Digital History and Hermeneutics”.
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Mining ethnicity: Discourse-driven topic modelling (DDTM) of immigrant discourses in the United States, 1898-1920

14 Mai 2020

Mining ethnicity: Discourse-driven topic modelling (DDTM) of immigrant discourses in the United States, 1898-1920

DTU-Seminar conducted by Lorella Viola.
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Collecting, analysing and visualising documents in the political domain

2 Mars 2020

Collecting, analysing and visualising documents in the political domain

Online lecture by Sara Tonelli, head of the Digital Humanities group at Fondazione Bruno Kessler (Trento).
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Digital Humanities, Medieval History, and Lexicography: The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources

8 Janvier 2020

Digital Humanities, Medieval History, and Lexicography: The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources

Lecture by Dr. Sara L. Uckelman, Department of Philosophy, Durham University.
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How users and non-users still matter. New themes in STS research on user-technology relations.

17 Décembre 2019

How users and non-users still matter. New themes in STS research on user-technology relations.

Lecture by Professor emerita Nelly Oudshoorn, University of Twente.
Thinkering
Transatlantic Perspectives on Digital Hermeneutics

5 Novembre 2019

rédigé par :
Tim Van Der Heijden, Juliane Tatarinov, Gerben Zaagsma

Transatlantic Perspectives on Digital Hermeneutics

On 10-12 October 2019, the international conference ‘Digital Hermeneutics: from Research to Dissemination’ took place at the German Historical Institute (GHI) in Washington DC. The conference aimed to critically reflect on the radical impact of the digital turn on all stages of historical research, including archiving, research, analysis, interpretation and dissemination on a transatlantic level.
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Learning about digital editing in Trier – a field trip

3 Septembre 2019

rédigé par :
Juliane Tatarinov

Learning about digital editing in Trier – a field trip

The members of the DTU-DHH were welcomed by fellow Digital Humanists at the Trier Center for Digital Humanities. Two things everybody knew after our stay: who Arthur Schnitzler was and what the German word “Brötchen” means!
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Agent-based modelling and network science for the study of the human past

27 Mai 2019

Agent-based modelling and network science for the study of the human past

Lecture by Iza Romanowska (Barcelona Supercomputing Center) and Tom Brughmans (University of Oxford)
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Simulation of Roman Trade and Traffic between the Adriatic and the Danube

3 Mai 2019

Simulation of Roman Trade and Traffic between the Adriatic and the Danube

Lecture by Leif Scheuerman (Graz)
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Explorations in the Digital History of Psychology

3 Mai 2019

Explorations in the Digital History of Psychology

Lecture by Christopher D. Green (York University, Toronto, Canada)
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Sociological Aspects of Oral History in the Digital Age

30 Avril 2019

Sociological Aspects of Oral History in the Digital Age

Lecture by Jakub Mlynář (Malach Center for Visual History, Charles University) followed by a workshop on sociological aspects of oral history.
Thinkering
Experimental Media Archaeology featuring the Apple IIe

22 Janvier 2019

rédigé par :
Sytze Van Herck

Experimental Media Archaeology featuring the Apple IIe

During a research visit to the Media Archaeology Lab in Boulder (CO) participants experimented with the Apple IIe. They either played an educational game or wrote a letter on a computer from the 1980s.
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New website: Doctoral Training Unit ‘Digital History and Hermeneutics’

11 Décembre 2018

rédigé par :
Tim Van Der Heijden

New website: Doctoral Training Unit ‘Digital History and Hermeneutics’

The new website gives an in-depth view of the DTU's activities and projects.
Thinkering
CIDOC 2018 – Semantic Data Integration Conference in Heraklion, 29 September- 5 October 2018

12 Octobre 2018

rédigé par :
Jakub Bronec

CIDOC 2018 – Semantic Data Integration Conference in Heraklion, 29 September- 5 October 2018

The aim of the conference was generate and trace the “Provenance of Knowledge” as a core element in documentation. Provenance and Knowledge set a goal to verify the origins of the information and knowledge about an object which correlates to an idea in order to reconstruct the whole chain of creation, use, interpretation and dissemination of particularly information.
Thinkering
Digitising the analogue

5 Juin 2018

rédigé par :
Eva Andersen, Sytze Van Herck

Digitising the analogue

Some time ago it suddenly hit us that it has been a while since we read an academic book or article in a physical format. This for the simple reason that we can retrace digital information much quicker — i.e. annotating a PDF, extracting highlighted text automatically with ZotFile or quickly looking up a specific word in a pdf document. A second realisation was that as PhD students in the field of digital history and hermeneutics these "small" digital aspects of a scholars life are almost never highlighted.
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Automata and other interlocutors

2 Mai 2018

rédigé par :
Christopher Morse

Automata and other interlocutors

The notion of the automaton extends at least as far back as antiquity, but successful implementation of simulated intelligence, and even life itself, continues to elude us. Although there is a tremendous disparity between how we imagine robots to behave and how they actually perform, since the eighteenth century they have become unwitting participants in a dialogue about humanity's self-conception.
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CfP - Digital Hermeneutics in History: Theory and Practice

2 Mai 2018

rédigé par :
Gerben Zaagsma

CfP - Digital Hermeneutics in History: Theory and Practice

International conference and workshop organised by the C²DH on 25 and 26 October 2018 at the University of Luxembourg.

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