[Humanist] 30.33 events: classics; movement; Early Modern theatre; libraries
Humanist Discussion Group
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Tue May 17 07:42:53 CEST 2016
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 30, No. 33.
Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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 From: Jeffrey S Ravel <ravel at mit.edu> (16)
Subject: Conference: Early Modern Theatre Practices & the Digital
 From: "Bowden, Hugh" <hugh.bowden at KCL.AC.UK> (23)
Subject: Digital Classicist London: 2016 seminars
 From: Chelcie Juliet Rowell <rowellcj at wfu.edu> (33)
Subject: Deadlines Extended! DLF LAC Preconference, DLF Forum, &
Digital Preservation 2016
 From: kcl - digitalhumanities <digitalhumanities at kcl.ac.uk> (18)
Subject: Movement in the Digital Age.
Date: Mon, 16 May 2016 12:30:48 +0000
From: Jeffrey S Ravel <ravel at mit.edu>
Subject: Conference: Early Modern Theatre Practices & the Digital Archive
The conference “Early Modern Theatre Practices & the Digital Archive: The Comédie-Française Registers Project” will take place this coming Thursday through Saturday, May 19-21, on the campuses of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The conference will feature scholarly presentations based on research in the Comédie-Française Registers Project database (cfregisters.org<http://cfregisters.org>), which contains detailed box office data from over 34,000 performances in Paris from 1680 to 1793. The conference will also feature an exhibition of French theater materials from this period at the Houghton Library on the Harvard campus, a performance of plays in French from the eighteenth-century repertory, and a hackathon devoted to developing new tools to interrogate the CFRP database.
A link to an online version of the conference program can be found on this web page: http://cfregisters.org/. Colleagues who are in Cambridge at the end of the week are warmly invited to join us for the public sections of the program.
Jeffrey S. Ravel
Professor and Head of History
MIT History Faculty, E51-255
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139
ravel at mit.edu<mailto:ravel at mit.edu>
Date: Mon, 16 May 2016 14:40:02 +0000
From: "Bowden, Hugh" <hugh.bowden at KCL.AC.UK>
Subject: Digital Classicist London: 2016 seminars
Digital Classicist London: 2016 seminars
Institute of Classical Studies
Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
Fridays at 16:30 in room 234
Jun 3 Gregory Crane (Leipzig & Tufts), Philological Education and Citizenship in the 21st Century
Jun 10 Matteo Romanello (Lausanne & DAI), Of People, Places and References: Extracting information from Classics publications
Jun 17 Eleanor Robson (University College London), From the ground to the cloud: digital edition of freshly excavated cuneiform tablets on Oracc
Jun 24 Stuart Dunn (King's College London), Reading text with GIS: Different digital lenses for Ancient World Geography
Jul 1 Valeria Vitale (King's College London), The use and abuse of 3D visualisation in the study of the Ancient World
Jul 8 Chiara Palladino (Leipzig & Bari), Annotating geospatial patterns in ancient texts: problems and strategies
Jul 15 No seminar
Jul 22 Stelios Chronopoulos (Freiburg), New Life into Old Courses? Using Digital Tools in Reading and Prose Composition Classes
Jul 29 Silke Vanbeselaere (KU Leuven), Exploring ancient sources with data visualisation
Abstracts available here: digitalclassicist.org/wip/wip2016.html<http://www.digitalclassicist.org/wip/wip2016.html>
Each seminar will offer an overview of the subject suitable for postgraduate students or interested colleagues in Archaeology, Classics, Digital Humanities and related fields, along with suggested reading, practical exercise and discussion topics. No advance preparation is required, but you will get the most out of these seminars if you check out the short bibliographies suggested on the programme website.
Professor Hugh Bowden
Head of Department
Department of Classics
King's College London
020 7848 2010
Date: Mon, 16 May 2016 15:43:15 +0000
From: Chelcie Juliet Rowell <rowellcj at wfu.edu>
Subject: Deadlines Extended! DLF LAC Preconference, DLF Forum, & Digital Preservation 2016
2016 Digital Library Federation Forum and Liberal Arts Colleges
Got those missed-the-deadline blues? There’s still time!
By popular demand, NDSA and the DLF are extending deadlines for Digital Preservation 2016 and the 2016 DLF Forum and Liberal Arts Colleges Preconference by ONE WEEK.
New CFP deadline: 23 May! Please help us spread the word, submit your proposals for the revival of NDSA’s conference and membership meeting, and join us in Milwaukee this November!
Plus, there's still time to shape the DLF-LAC Preconference by nominating a keynote speaker! Send us your ideas via the following web form <https://goo.gl/dExX7i>.
Hope to see you there!
Chelcie Juliet Rowell
On behalf of the 2016 DLF-LAC Planning Committee
Chelcie Juliet Rowell
Digital Initiatives Librarian
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Wake Forest University
rowellcj at wfu.edu<mailto:rowellcj at wfu.edu> | 336.758.5477<tel:336.758.5477>
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> From: Oliver Bendorf <obendorf at CLIR.ORG<mailto:obendorf at clir.org>>
> Subject: Deadlines Extended! DLF LAC Pre-Conference, DLF Forum, and Digital Preservation 2016
> Date: May 16, 2016 at 11:12:55 AM EDT
> To: <DLF-ANNOUNCE at LISTS.CLIR.ORG<mailto:DLF-ANNOUNCE at lists.clir.org>>
> Reply-To: Oliver Bendorf <obendorf at CLIR.ORG<mailto:obendorf at clir.org>>
We heard your wishes for more time to get a proposal in for one of these three great events coming to Milwaukee in November, so the planning committees for the DLF Liberal Arts Colleges Pre-Conference<https://www.diglib.org/forums/2016forum/dlflac/> and Digital Preservation 2016<http://ndsa.org/meetings> invite submissions in all categories until Monday, May 23, at 11:59PM PST. You can also still submit a proposal of any type for the DLF Forum<https://www.diglib.org/forums/2016forum/> until the same extended deadline, and proposals for Lightning Talks are particularly encouraged.
Access all three CFPs here: https://www.diglib.org/forums/2016forum/cfp<https://www.diglib.org/forums/2016forum/cfp/>
Submit a proposal using the online system: https://www.conftool.pro/dlf2016<https://www.conftool.pro/dlf2016/>
#DigiPres16<https://twitter.com/hashtag/digipres16?src=hash> is the revival of the NDSA’s major conference on digital preservation and digital stewardship, at which we’ll present the 2016 NDSA Innovation Awards and more! #dlfLAC<https://twitter.com/hashtag/dlfLAC?src=hash> is a chance for DLF’s vibrant liberal arts colleges community to come together to focus on digital library and digital scholarship work in a liberal arts context. The #DLFforum<https://twitter.com/hashtag/DLFforum?src=hash> brings digital library, archives, and museum practitioners together to set ambitious agendas, share new methods and experiments, develop best practices, and better organize our community to accomplish its shared mission.
The DLF Forum keynoter is Stacie Williams<https://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.diglib.org/archives/11731/&sa=U&ved=0ahUKEwiLsa3I497MAhUFOiYKHVfPCxQQFggFMAA&client=internal-uds-cse&usg=AFQjCNEGGVhwF_HfohoyCqnL4IYi-hoTXQ>, and her talk will focus on labor issues in our field. Bergis Jules will keynote<https://www.diglib.org/archives/11840/> Digital Preservation 2016, with a talk focusing on the power and promise of diversity and inclusivity in digital preservation work. The Liberal Arts Colleges Pre-Conference keynoter will be announced soon.
We hope you are planning to join us in Milwaukee!
Click here to view this announcement in your browser: https://www.diglib.org/archives/11889<https://www.diglib.org/archives/11889/>
Oliver Bendorf, program associate at the Digital Library Federation
find us online: diglib.org http://www.diglib.org/ | follow us on Twitter: @CLIRDLF<https://twitter.com/clirdlf>
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Date: Mon, 16 May 2016 16:18:16 +0000
From: kcl - digitalhumanities <digitalhumanities at kcl.ac.uk>
Subject: Movement in the Digital Age.
This Thursday, 19th May, from 6:00-9:00pm, the Digital Humanities Student Society is hosting an event: Movement in the Digital Age.
Movement in the Digital Age will address questions of digital movement. How does movement in the digital world reflect movement in the physical world? When data is processed and transferred in unprecedented ways, how do we keep up? As legal restrictions impede intellectual progress, how do we respond with open access? When physical borders restrict movement, how do we mobilise digital resources to address these restrictions? How can we use digital tools and resources to better understand how we move, where we came from, where we might end up, and what will happen when we get there?
We will attempt to answer these questions and more with talks and panel discussions featuring the following speakers:
· Dr. Martin Paul Eve – Professor of Literature, Technology and Publishing, Birkbeck, University of London
· Martyn Suker – Head of Production Innovation, ITV
· Simon Troup – Head of Data Services, OpenSensors.io
· Jack Kent – Director, Operators & Mobile Media, IHS Technology
· Jimmy Robinson – Founder, Pingpong Digital
· Antoine Laurent-Atthalin – Activist, Nuit Debout
· Dr. Paolo Gerbaudo – Lecturer, Digital Culture & Society, KCL
· Geraldine Denis – MA Student, Digital Culture & Society, KCL
For more information on the event and to register, please visit the Eventbrite page at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/movement-in-the-digital-age-tickets-23286225728
We look forward to seeing you there,
DH Society officers
Movement in the Digital Age<https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/movement-in-the-digital-age-tickets-23286225728>
In a world that is actively confronting its physical borders, virtual barriers, and ideological structures, it is more relevant than ever to consider how we navigate these interconnected realms. Continuous flows of information and communication shape the world in ways often unseen and underestimated. From live Tweets reverberating news and opinions around the globe, to unthinkable amounts of data being captured, manipulated, and repurposed; from digital assets moving through the management lifecycle, to connecting seemingly disparate concepts in the semantic web—movement is as much a digital phenomenon as it is physical. Movement in the Digital Age will address questions of digital movement. How does movement in the digital world reflect movement in the physical world? When data is processed and transferred in unprecedented ways, how do we keep up? As legal restrictions impede intellectual progress, how do we respond with open access? When geopolitical borders restrict physical movement, how do we mobilise
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