[Humanist] 30.839 summer institute (Ottawa); Early Modern theatre (Oxford)

Humanist Discussion Group willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk
Wed Mar 22 07:19:59 CET 2017


                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 30, No. 839.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    Chris Tanasescu <margento.official at gmail.com>             (45)
        Subject: DHSITE in Ottawa May 17-20

  [2]   From:    Gabrielle Linnell <GLinnell at FOLGER.edu>                   (20)
        Subject: CfP Digitizing the Stage: Rethinking the Early Modern
                Theatre Archive (Oxford, 10-12 July)


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        Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2017 12:01:04 -0400
        From: Chris Tanasescu <margento.official at gmail.com>
        Subject: DHSITE in Ottawa May 17-20


Digital Humanities Summer Institute: Technologies East (DHSITE)

<https://dhsite.org/>

https://dhsite.org/  May 17-20, 2017, Ottawa, Canada

Dear All,

We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the Digital
Humanities Summer Institute: Technologies East (DHSITE), May 17-20 in
Ottawa, organized by University of Ottawa and Carleton University.

https://dhsite.org/

Keynote Speakers:

Chris Funkhouser (NJIT, US), https://dhsite.org/2017/02/27/funkhouser/

Benjamin Deruelle (UQAM, Canada) & Stéphane Lamassé (Université Paris 1,
France), https://dhsite.org/2017/02/27/conferencepleniere/

Isabel Pedersen (UOIT, Canada),
https://dhsite.org/2017/02/27/keynote-isabel-pedersen/

Program: https://dhsite.org/program/

CFP Poster & Rapid Fire Presentations: https://dhsite.org/2017/02/26/cfp/

Workshops:

Creative Data: New Media Interdisciplinary Design  http://bit.ly/2mp67lq

Introduction to Mapping and Spatial Methods for the Humanities
 http://bit.ly/2o0B8bZ

Introduction à la fouille de textes : des sciences de l’information aux
humanités numériques  http://bit.ly/2nwN08W

Analyse statistique en ligne : prise en main d’une interface d’analyse
statistique pour SHN  http://bit.ly/2nGtuak

Social Media Analysis  http://bit.ly/2mpgINg

Introduction to Python ACT-R Agents  http://bit.ly/2mLSSXn

Game Studies for Digital Humanists  http://bit.ly/2nOC3wM

Introduction to Twitter Bots: Making and Deploying Bots to Amuse, Confuse,
and Toil  http://bit.ly/2niRQX1

Introduction to Digital Pedagogy  http://bit.ly/2mQQyPL

See you guys in Ottawa, May 17-20!

Chris Tanasescu (U of Ottawa) & Brian Greenspan (Carleton U)
​https://dhsite.org/ @DHSITE2017 ​

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Chris Tanasescu (MARGENTO)

*Coordinator of Digital Humanities Resources | Coordonnateur
d'infrastructure - sciences humaines numériques*
University of Ottawa | Université d'Ottawa
Faculty of Arts | Faculté des Arts

*http://dhsite.org  http://dhsite.org *
*@DHSITE2017*
http://artsites.uottawa.ca/margento/en
https://engineering.uottawa.ca/eecs/people/tanasescu-chris
https://carleton.ca/english/people/chris-tanasescu/
www.asymptotejournal.com/



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        Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2017 18:00:11 +0000
        From: Gabrielle Linnell <GLinnell at FOLGER.edu>
        Subject: CfP Digitizing the Stage: Rethinking the Early Modern Theatre Archive (Oxford, 10-12 July)


Digitizing the Stage:
Rethinking the Early Modern Theatre Archive

Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford

www.digitizingthestage.com 

The Bodleian Libraries and the Folger Shakespeare Library will convene a conference from 10-12 July, 2017, on digital explorations of the early modern theatre archive. We are interested in applying approaches from other disciplines, genres, and time periods which can prompt new thinking about the ways we preserve, describe, research, and teach the early modern stage; as well as in hearing from early modernists who engage with their subject through digital means. Seeking to foster a spirit of collaborative experimentation, we invite proposals in the full range of project completion taking the form of 20-minute papers, as well as "lightning talks," panel discussions, multimedia presentations, and others.

Invested in both material and method, Digitizing the Stage is a singular opportunity to consider the future of the early modern archive. Attendance will be limited to 100 participants, with registration opening in March 2017.

Submissions should relate to one or more of the following topics and themes:

  *   Materiality and methods
  *   Early modern theatre and film
  *   Working in audio, text, and image
  *   Performance and theatre history
  *   Challenges and experiments in the archive
  *   Digital archiving and cataloging

Proposals for conference papers, panel discussions, lightning talks, multimedia and interactive demonstrations should not exceed 250 words. Please include your name, contact information, academic affiliation (if relevant), and a brief biographical description including relevant interests. Submit proposals within the text of an email to digitalconf at folger.edu<mailto:digitalconf at folger.edu>. Proposals are due April 9th, 2017. Some fee waivers and travel bursaries are available; please inquire.

Digitizing the Stage is organized by the Centre for Digital Scholarship<https://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/digitalscholarship>, Bodleian Libraries; the Folger Shakespeare Library http://www.folger.edu/ ; and Professor Tiffany Stern<https://pure.royalholloway.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/tiffany-stern(3693c9c1-e92f-4f07-b4a8-effa3780734c).html>, Royal Holloway, University of London.

Gabrielle Linnell
Digital Projects Associate
Digital Media & Publications
Folger Shakespeare Library
glinnell at folger.edu





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