VeDPH Seminars Series in Digital and Public Humanities, Spring term 2022
Aula Magna Trentin - Ca' Dolfin or Tesa 1- CFZ, Ca' Foscari University Venice and online
VeDPH Seminars in Digital and Public Humanities, Spring term 2022
The VeDPH is glad to inform you that the new series of seminars in
'Digital and Public Humanities' will start soon. The series is organized
by the Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities (VeDPH), the
Department of Humanities of the Ca' Foscari University, Venice.
Here is the full programme:
26 January 2022 Ca’ Dolfin, Room Silvio Trentin
Ioannis Pavlopoulos (Ca’ Foscari - Stockholms Universitet)
"Natural Language Processing for the Digital Humanities: Focusing on Art History and the Homeric Question"
9 February 2022 Ca’ Foscari Zattere, Room Tesa 1
Tiago Luís Gil (Ca’ Foscari - Universidade de Brasília)
"GIS and Historical Digital Atlases"
30 March 2022 Ca’ Foscari Zattere, Room Tesa 1
Jean-Baptiste Camps (Ca’ Foscari - École Nationale des Chartes)
"Data-Centric Models for Digital Critical Editions"
27 April 2022 Ca’ Dolfin, Room Silvio Trentin
Barbara McGillivaray (King's College London)
"Computational Methods for Tracing Word Meaning Across Time"
11 May 2022 Ca’ Dolfin, Room Silvio Trentin
Lisa Dieckmann (Universität zu Klön)
"Modeling and Visualizing of Dynamic Reception-Aesthetic Concepts of Italian Renaissance Palazzi"
All the seminars will be held both Venice in presence and online, starting at 5.00 p.m. CET
Further info and all materials about seminars will be available at vedph.github.io/seminarseries
For registration in presence will follow updates, on the single events, on our channels.
For registration online click https://unive.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAtcumprjIuH9E8ecVmaVCz_ipWXzhKV48A
L'evento si terrà in inglese
Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities (VeDPH), Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici