[Humanist] 27.218 events: reading historical sources; textual scholarship

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Thu Jul 18 13:12:40 CEST 2013


                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 27, No. 218.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    "Blanke, Tobias" <tobias.blanke at kcl.ac.uk>                (12)
        Subject: CfP Symposium DHLU 2013 "Reading historical sources in the
                digital age" (Luxembourg, 5-6 December 2013)

  [2]   From:    "Young, John K" <youngj at MARSHALL.EDU>                     (13)
        Subject: STS 2014 CFP


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        Date: Wed, 17 Jul 2013 13:08:23 +0000
        From: "Blanke, Tobias" <tobias.blanke at kcl.ac.uk>
        Subject: CfP Symposium DHLU 2013 "Reading historical sources in the digital age" (Luxembourg, 5-6 December 2013)
        In-Reply-To: <E94AB4FA-B806-468B-9067-DC9FD3C716A4 at phil.uni-goettingen.de>


CALL  FOR  PAPERS
Reading  historical  sources  in  the  digital  age   5-6  December  2013,  Luxembourg

The CVCE, together with the Jean Monnet Chair in History of European Integration (University of Luxembourg, FLSHASE) and its research programme ‘Digital Humanities Luxembourg’ — DIHULUX (research unit Identités-Politiques-Sociétés-Espaces (IPSE)) — and the University of Luxembourg’s Master’s in Contemporary European History, are pleased to organise the DHLU Symposium 2013.

After the inaugural DHLU Symposium in 2009 that focused on ‘Contemporary history in the digital age’ and a second edition which tackled the methodological and theoretical implications of considering websites as primary sources (March 2012), this third edition will focus on the use of online thematic research corpora.

Given that more and more sources for contemporary history are being made available online as digital research corpora — as on the CVCE’s site — and following on from the first two editions which examined the methods used to develop these sources, this third edition of Digital Humanities Luxembourg will focus on the various ways in which this material is used by humanities researchers, particularly contemporary historians and more specifically specialists in European integration.

The Symposium will be structured around the following research clusters:

-Distant/close reading - Data retrieval, analysis and visualisation
-Community reading
-Writing history and assessing scholarship

Deadline for proposals is 20 August 2013.

Further information can be found on the CVCE website: http://tinyurl.com/opl6d9e

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        Date: Wed, 17 Jul 2013 19:58:46 +0000
        From: "Young, John K" <youngj at MARSHALL.EDU>
        Subject: STS 2014 CFP
        In-Reply-To: <E94AB4FA-B806-468B-9067-DC9FD3C716A4 at phil.uni-goettingen.de>


[Forwarded from the STS list.]

Dear members of the STS community,

Attached please find the CFP for the 2014 STS conference, March 20-22 at the University of Washington campus in Seattle. The program co-chairs will be Jeffrey Todd Knight and Geoffrey Turnovsky, with proposals due by Nov. 1.

I hope to see you in Seattle.

Best,
John

John Young
Professor of English
Marshall University
(304) 696-2349
youngj at marshall.edu<mailto:youngj at marshall.edu>
http://muwww-new.marshall.edu/english/

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