26. August 2014 · Comments Off on Digital Humanities Forum (DHF) at the University of Oslo · Categories: Conference Report, Digital Humanities · Tags: , ,

Alas! This fall starts the Digital Humanities Forum or digital humaniora forum (DHF) at the University of Oslo. Initiated by two members of the steering committee of the Digital Humaniora research network at the Faculty of Humanities and supported by the DH network at UiO, there will be a series of six events, each under a specific topic; with short presentations of projects, tools, services, and best practice.

The DHF will be held at the Læringsoasen at the University Library, Georg Sverdrups Hus, on Blindern Campus, tuesdays between 2–4pm starting on September 9, 2014. The event is open to the public.

September 9: Maps and Visualizations I: Geographical, Temporal, Social Networks

Christian-Emil S. Ore: Internet maps
Janne Bondi: Dialectal maps
Federico Aurora: Inscriptions of Linear B and Greek papyri
Jens Erland Braarvig: Euclid & Aristotle: Maps

September 23: Maps and Visualizations II: Geographical, Temporal, Social Networks

Frode Helland: Ibsen maps
Helge Jordheim: Historical Stemmata
Ida Jahr: Visualizing Historical Social Networks
Line Esborg: Folkeminne-collection

October 7: Digital Editions and Digital Philology

Espen Ore
Tor Ivar Ostmo

October 21: Lexicons and Bibliographies

Espen Ore: Norsk Ordbok 2014
Stephan Guth: Arabic Etymologies
Annika Rockenberger: Project Bibliographies for Everyone: Zotero

November 4: Datalinguistics

Janne Bondi
Atle Grønn
Dag Haug
Diana Santos

November 18: Digital Humanities in Research and Teaching

Anne Birgitte Rønning, Espen S. Ore: Moderation
Jan Engh, Andrea Gasparini, Federico Aurora: Plenary Discussion

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