Visualizing Medieval Places | Exploring Space-Time in Medieval Literary Texts activities at Digital Humanities 2013 | Association for Computers and the Humanities The annual Digital Humanities conference is an opportunity for the ACH to pursue in-person many of the initiatives that we support more virtually during the year. We hope you’ll be able to join us for some or all of our events at DH2013 in Nebraska! ACH Annual General Meeting, Jobs Slam, and Pedagogy Lightning Talks Sure, there may be some sub-committee reports and even an important vote or two, but you haven’t really experienced an annual general meeting until you’ve been to an ACH Jobs Slam! Also planned for this year’s AGM is an open program of informal lightning talks on DH pedagogy. The ACH AGM will be held in the Nebraska Student Union from noon-1:30pm on Wednesday, July 17th. We also hope to enhance remote participation to this year’s AGM, beyond just the backchannel communication that we’ve had in past years. ACH Newcomers Dinner Is this your first or second time at the Digital Humanities conference? ACH Mentorship Mixer Please Ask, Do Tell! Join ACH
La Boite à Outils des Historiens Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 October 2012 12:39 Please click on the links and scroll down for audio or video of these presentations: “PASSION with Tropes-Transferring the Digital Technology Projects of Fellow Artists onto a New Template”Carmen Helena Téllez, Professor of Music (Choral Conducting); Director, Latin American Music CenterMargaret Dolinsky, Associate Professor School of Fine Arts; Research Scientist Pervasive Technology InstituteSeptember 29, 2011Audio available Chris Eller: "3D Storytelling"UITS Advanced Visualization Lab, Department of Telecommunications February 2, 2012 Can depth in a stereoscopic movie be utilized to convey meaning and trigger emotions in the audience? Scott Deal: “Musical and Artistic Expression through Computer Interactivity”Professor of Music IUPUI, and Director of the Donald Tavel Arts Technology Research Center January 19, 2012 David J.
Spatial Humanities | TEXTS, GIS & PLACES This five-year project runs from 2012-16 and is funded by the European Research Council under a Starting Researcher Grant. Our aim is to create a step-change in how place, space and geography are explored in the Humanities. Building on Lancaster University’s technical expertise in Digital Humanities, Corpus Linguistics and Geospatial Analysis, as well as its applied expertise in the history of the English Lake District, we are developing and applying methodologies for analysing unstructured texts—including large corpora of historical books, periodicals and official reports—within a Geographic Information Systems (or GIS) environment. Recent Posts Please check back soon! © Spatial Humanities: Texts, GIS & Places
Digital Historians | for people who do more than use The Google Invisu : l’information visuelle et textuelle en histoire de l’art : nouveaux terrains, corpus, outils CFP: Society for Digital Humanities / Société pour l’étude des médias interactifs « Digital Medievalist Society for Digital Humanities / Société pour l’étude des médias interactifs Call for Papers (See the French version below) Crossroads: Scholarship for an Uncertain World 2012 Annual Meeting of the Society for Digital Humanities / Société pour l’étude des médias interactifs The Society for Digital Humanities (SDH/SEMI) invites scholars, practitioners, and graduate students to submit proposals for papers and sessions for its annual meeting, which will be held at the 2012 Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Wilfrid Laurier University and University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, from 28-30 May. The society would like in particular to encourage submissions relating to the central theme of the Congress–“Crossroads: Scholarship for an Uncertain World.” Our keynote speaker and recipient of this year’s award for Outstanding Achievement for Computing in the Arts and Humanities is Ronald Tetreault (Dalhousie University). Appel de communications Like this: Like Loading...
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