Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries – DHN 2019

The 4th conference of the association of DHN will be held at the University of Copenhagen March 6–8, 2019 and will be organised by the Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen, The Royal Library and the research infrastructure project DIGHUMLAB . The DHN conferences aim to provide an overview of research, education and communication about the interdisciplinary field of digital humanities. In 2019, the conference seeks to extend the scope of digital humanities research covered, both into new areas, as well as beyond the Nordic and Baltic countries.

Time and place: March 6–8, 2019 Copenhagen (Denmark)

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1st Annual EADH Conference: “Data in Digital Humanities“

The European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH) will hold its inaugural conference, on the theme “Data in Digital Humanities“, at the National University of Ireland, Galway from 7-9 December 2018.

Time and place: 7.–9. 12. Galway (Irsko)

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Digitally-Enabled Criticism: „Reading” Visual and Spatial Data Using IIIF & Machine Learning

Centre for Science, Technology and Society Studies at Institute of Philosophy of the CAS with the support of the program Strategie AV21 prepared a lecture on the issue of digital image processing by professor A. Kitamoto, a member of the Japanese Association for Digital Humanities.

Time and place: 23. 11. 2018 (Institute of Philosophy of CAS, Praha)

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Day of National Research Infrastructures 2018

The third year of the National Research Infrastructure Day conference will be held at the IT4Innovation National Supercomputing Center in Ostrava.

Time and place: 6. 11. 2018, Ostrava (Czech Republic)

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Book History Research Network Study Day: The Book in the Digital Age

This study day, held at Loughborough University, will explore the new prospects afforded to book history scholarship by increasingly digital circumstances. It will do so through presentations of digital tools of particular interest to book historians.

Time and place: 24. 10. 2018, Loughborough (England)

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CAA-UK Conference 2018

The next annual meeting of the UK Chapter of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA-UK) will be held in Edinburgh on the 26th and 27th October 2018. CAA-UK aims to encourage communication between UK-based archaeologists, mathematicians and computer scientists in order to stimulate research and promote best practice in computational and mathematical approaches to the past.

Time and place: 26.–27. 10. 2018, Edinburgh (Scotland)

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Workshop: “Network” (Netzwerk) as a perspective of a historical research

The Masaryk Institute and the Archive of Czech Academy of Sciences in cooperation with the Research Institute for the History of the Czech Republic and Slovakia – Collegium Carolinum prepared a half-day workshop on the use of digital methods in historical network analysis.

Time and place: September 25, 2018, Prague (Collegium Carolinum, Valentinská 91/1) More information:

Call for Papers (30.1. 2018): DH_BUDAPEST_2018

The Centre for Digital Humanities at the Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE.DH) — in collaboration with DARIAH, CLARIN and Michael Culture Association — calls for abstracts for its conference held on 27–31 May 2018.

27.–31. 5. 2018, Budapest (Hungary)

Call for Papers – deadline 30. 1. 2018

Call for Papers (8. 1. 2018): DHSI Conference & Colloquium

Proposals are now being accepted for presentations at the DHSI Conference & Colloquium, to be held in June 2018 alongside classes at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute, University of Victoria. Open to all, the DHSI Conference & Colloquium offers an opportunity to present research and projects within an engaging, collegial atmosphere.

4.–15. 6. 2018, Victoria (Canada)

Call for Papers – deadline 8. 1. 2018

Workshop on Digital Humanities and Current Musicological Projects

The seminar will be held in the library of the Department of Music History of the Institute of Etnology CAS on Wednesday 22 November 2017 at 10 am

The foreword will be delivered by Jarmila Procházková of the Department of Music History. Activities of the recently constituted Czech Association for Digital Humanities (CzADH) will be introduced by Mr. Boris Lehečka of the Institute of the Czech Language CAS, who will further present his experience in DH projects (Web Vocabulary, VIDA/RIDICS infrastructure etc.). The newly developed database of musical life, DEML will be introduced by Ms. Procházková and Mr. Michal Cais, and digitisation of musicological bibliography will be presented by Ms. Jana Vozková of the Department… Přečtěte si celý článek