DHDarmstadt Lecture Series Winter 2012-13


In the forthcoming winter semester 2012-13, the Department of Linguistics and Literary Studies at Technische Universität Darmstadt is hosting a lecture series on topics in the Digital Humanities. The scientific goal of the lecture series is to offer insights into the Digital Humanities from a wider spectrum of expert perspectives. The lecture is aimed at researchers and students in the Digital Humanities as well as a university wide audience. In order to make this lecture series a success, we are inviting contributions from experts in different areas of the Digital Humanities in order to highlight the diversity of topics represented in this exciting field. The lectures are scheduled for Thursday night, 18:00 - 19:30 hrs. starting with an opening lecture by Prof. Dr. Andrea Rapp introducing the mission and directions of the Digital Humanities at Technische Universität Darmstadt. In the following weeks until mid-February 2013, experts in the Digital Humanities are going to visit Darmstadt for individual lectures in which they introduce their own research and views on the history, present state and future of the Digital Humanities from the perspective of their own disciplinary background.


Lecture Series Digital Humanities

The following Digital Humanitists have confirmed their contribution. Please find the schedule below and download the poster as a pdf:


Schedule

Date Lecture   
25.10.2012 Andrea Rapp (TU Darmstadt)   
 Geisteswissenschaften weiter denken. Perspektiven für die Digital Humanities   
 Interview with Andrea Rapp   
01.11.2012 Gregory Crane (Tufts University)   
 The Humanities in a Digital Age   
 Interview with Gregory Crane   
08.11.2012 Philip Schofield (University College London)   
 TRANSCRIBE BENTHAM—An experiment in scholarly crowdsourcing   
 Talk by Philp Schofield   
 Interview with Philp Schofield   
22.11.2012 Martin Wynne (Oxford University)   
 Corpus and Text Analysis for Research in the Humanities   
 Interview with Martin Wynne   
29.11.2012 Anke Lüdeling (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin)   
 Klein, aber tief annotiert – methodische Überlegungen zu Studien in diachronen Korpora   
 Interview with Anke Lüdeling   
06.12.2012 Sabine Bartsch (Technische Universität Darmstadt)   
 Texte – Bilder – Daten in wissenschaftlichen Registern: Digitale Repräsentation multimodaler diachronischer Corpora   
 Interview with Sabine Bartsch   
13.12.012 Susan Schreibman (Trinity College Dublin)   
 ‘In Dreams Begin Responsibilities’. The Politics and Hermeneutics of DH   
 Interview with Susan Schreibman   
17.01.2013 Thomas Kollatz (Ludwig Solomon Steinheim Institut)   
 epidat - Epigraphische Datenbank jüdischer Grabinschriften: Rückschau auf 10 Jahre eines judaistischen DH-Projekts - Dynamik, Trends und Perspektiven   
 Interview with Thomas Kollatz   
24.01.2013 Michael Sperberg McQueen (Black Mesa Technologies)   
 Text Encoding in the Humanities   
 Interview with Michael Sperberg-McQueen   
31.01.2013 Joachim Veit (Universität Paderborn - Detmold)   
 „Ich kann nicht rückwärts! mein Schicksal ruft...“ – Aspekte des digitalen Wandels in der Musikedition   
 Interview with Joachim Veit   
07.02.2013 Melissa Terras (University College London   
 Digital Humanities and the crowd: opportunities for public engagement   
 Interview with Melissa Terras   
14.02.2013 Werner Wegstein (Universität Würzburg)   
 DH: Vortrag und Podiumsdiskussion   
 Interview with Werner Wegstein   
    
    
    
    

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