[Humanist] 31.411 summer institute in Sydney

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 31, No. 411.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Mon, 06 Nov 2017 06:46:02 +0000
        From: Rachel Hendery <hendery at gmail.com>
        Subject: DH Downunder Summer Institute in Sydney, Australia

DH Downunder
Digital Humanities Research Methods summer institute

Now open for registration (earlybird rates until 17 November)
4-8 December at University of Sydney, Australia (co-hosted with Western
Sydney University)

DH Downunder is a Digital Humanities / Digital Research Methods Summer
Institute in the tradition of DHSI and similar international summer
institutes. People with all kinds of backgrounds are welcome, including
students, academic staff, PhD and postdoctoral researchers, librarians and
professional staff. The classes have a humanities/social sciences
orientation, but people from other disciplines are also welcome.

In 2017 DH Downunder takes place from 4-8 December, on the campus of Sydney
University in Sydney, Australia. It is co-hosted by the University of
Sydney and Western Sydney University, with workshops also led by colleagues
from the University of Newcastle, the Australian National University, and
the University of Victoria in Canada.

Classes are offered in topics such as introductory and intermediate
programming, data cleaning, mapping, working with archives, network
analysis, linked data and the semantic web, digital ethnography, mobile
apps, project management and much more! There are other related satellite
events before, after and during, including a public lecture by Dirk Van
Hulle on Digital Poetics on the evening of 4 December.

For more information, please see
https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/dhrg/digital_humanities/digital_methods or
contact r.hendery at westernsydney.edu.au

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