[Humanist] 29.349 events: digital classics in Berlin; digital editions in Cologne

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 29, No. 349.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    Matteo Romanello <matteo.romanello at gmail.com>             (67)
        Subject: Programme of the Digital Classicist Seminar Berlin 2015/16

  [2]   From:    Franz Fischer <franz.fischer at UNI-KOELN.DE>                (52)
        Subject: Reminder: DiXiT Convention "Digital Editions: Academia,
                Society, Cultural Heritage", Cologne, 16-18 March 2016


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        Date: Fri, 2 Oct 2015 14:22:44 +0200
        From: Matteo Romanello <matteo.romanello at gmail.com>
        Subject: Programme of the Digital Classicist Seminar Berlin 2015/16


Dear Colleagues,

we are delighted to announce that the final programme for this year's
Digital Classicist Seminar Berlin is now online. You can find it at 
<http://de.digitalclassicist.org/berlin/seminar2015> and at the bottom of
this email.

The seminar series will start on Oct. 13 with a talk on "Thematic features
for intertextual analysis" by Chris Forstall and Lavinia Galli Milić. This
year's keynote lecture, entitled "Digital Philology, World Literature, and
sustainable Global Culture", will be given by Prof. Gregory Crane on Oct.
27 in the Wiegandhaus of the DAI.

Seminars take place on Tuesdays (starting at 17:00 c.t.) on a fortnightly
basis at the TOPOI building Dahlem or at the DAI.

We would also like to draw your attention to the possibility for students
to attend the seminar as part of their curriculum. The seminar is now part
of the academic programme of the Freie Universität under the name “Digitale
Methoden in den Altertumswissenschaften” (see the FU’s course catalog <
http://www.fu-berlin.de/vv/de/lv/236717?sm=181709>).

The seminar is recognised with 5 credit points (ECTS): this requires the
attendance of the seminars and a 15 minute poster presentation on one of
the topics covered by the seminar series. The poster presentations can be
either in English or German and will take place after the end of the
seminars on 19.04.2016 in the TOPOI building Dahlem.

We are looking forward to seeing you there!

Matteo Romanello
on behalf of the organising committee

### Programme ###

(programme for download and print (PDF): <
http://de.digitalclassicist.org/berlin/files/dcsb_programme_201516_posterA3.pdf
>)

13.10.2015, TOPOI Dahlem
Chris Forstall and Lavinia Galli Milić (University of Geneva)
"Thematic features for intertextual analysis"

27.10.2015, DAI Wiegandhaus
Gregory Crane (University of Leipzig)
"Digital Philology, World Literature, and sustainable Global Culture"

10.11.2015, TOPOI Dahlem
Jorit Wintjes (University of Würzburg)
"Diekplous! – understanding ancient naval warfare through simulations"

24.11.2015, DAI Wiegandhaus
Silke Vanbeselaere (KU Leuven)
"Love Thy (Theban) Neighbours, or how neighbour networks could help us
solve the witness issue in Ptolemaic contracts"    DAI

8.12.2015, TOPOI Dahlem
Marion Lamé (CNRS, France & University of Pisa), Federico Ponchio (ISTI
CNR, Pisa), Ivan Radman (Archeological Museum of Zagreb) and Bruce
Robertson (Mount Allison University)
"Across the Pond: an Experiment in Ancient History Teaching and Digital
Epigraphical Research"

5.1.2016, DAI Wiegandhaus
Christian Fron (University of Stuttgart)
"Beyond the visual. The acoustic reconstruction and simulation of ancient
senate sessions"

19.1.2016, TOPOI Dahlem
Torsten Roeder (Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg) and Yury Arzhanov
(Ruhr University Bochum)
"Mapping the Words. Experimental Visualizations of Translation Structures
between Ancient Greek and Classical Arabic"

2.2.2016, DAI Wiegandhaus
Pau de Soto (University of Southampton)
"Network Analysis to Understand the Roman Commerce. Connectivity and
Transport Costs of the Roman Networks"

16.2.2016, TOPOI Dahlem
Mike Kestemont (University of Antwerp), Francesco Mambrini (German
Archaeological Institute) and Marco Passarotti (Università Cattolica del
Sacro Cuore, Milan)
"Deep Learning and Computational Authorship Attribution for Ancient Greek
Texts. The case of the Attic Orators"



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        Date: Fri, 2 Oct 2015 15:08:19 +0000
        From: Franz Fischer <franz.fischer at UNI-KOELN.DE>
        Subject: Reminder: DiXiT Convention "Digital Editions: Academia, Society, Cultural Heritage", Cologne, 16-18 March 2016


Reminder: 
DiXiT Convention "Digital Editions: Academia, Society, Cultural Heritage", 
Cologne, 16-18 March 2016

CfP Deadline: 16 October 2015!

Keynote by Claire Clivaz (University of Lausanne) and Claudine Moulin (University of Trier)
Confirmed speakers include Gregory Crane (University of Leipzig), Helene Hahn (Open Knowledge Foundation, Berlin), Ray Siemens (University of Victoria)
To be confirmed: Hilde Bøe (Munch Museum, Oslo), Arianna Ciula (University of Roehampton)
Club talk by Ben Brumfield (Independent scholar, Texas)

The convention organizers invite contributions from everyone working in the field of scholarly editing and its neighbouring areas. Early career scholars are welcome, and a limited number of travel bursaries is available.

I. Topics

While the convention is open to any research about digital scholarly editing, the focus will be on its relation to academia, society and cultural heritage. As such, topics for the sessions may especially include:

* textual criticism and the future of the high standard critical edition
* open/public knowledge: mutual benefit for academia & society
* social editing, crowdsourcing, citizen science
* issues of rights and ethics related to scholarly editions
* scholarly curation and usage of cultural heritage data
* museums, libraries & archives as data providers for the edition
* dissemination, sustainability and addressability of digital heritage assets
* publishing the edition and the role of publishers
* editors and the job market: career prospects
* and others

We encourage exploratory papers and posters.

The conference will be preceded by a day dedicated to workshops on:

* Publishing Models for Digital Scholarly Editions
* Aggregation of Digital Cultural Content and Metadata Mapping
* XML-Free Scholarly Editing

II. Submissions

We invite proposals for papers and posters.

In the case of papers, speakers will be given 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for discussion.

We ask those interested in presenting a paper or poster to email their proposal to dixit-info at uni-koeln.de<mailto:dixit-info at uni-koeln.de>.

The proposal should include:
* name and email of the presenter
* title of the paper
* abstract (ca. 400 words)

The deadline for submission is 16 October 2015. A decision about acceptance and the subsequent notifications will be made in early December 2015.

Information about registration for the convention and workshops will follow.

Every announcement can be found on the DiXiT website: <http://dixit.uni-koeln.de/> http://dixit.uni-koeln.de/.

On behalf of the Organization Committee
Franz

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Dr. Franz Fischer
Cologne Center for eHumanities
Universität zu Köln, Universitätsstr. 22, D-50923 Köln
Telefon: +49 - (0)221 - 470 - 4056
Email: franz.fischer at uni-koeln.de<mailto:franz.fischer at uni-koeln.de>

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