[Humanist] 31.329 events: born-digital records; web analysis

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 31, No. 329.
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  [1]   From:    Léda_Mansour <ledamansour at gmail.com>                     (20)
        Subject: Programme of seminar "Web Analysis" - Paris 1 Panthéon
                Sorbonne

  [2]   From:    Lise Jaillant <l.jaillant at gmail.com>                      (11)
        Subject: CFP Workshop 2 “After the Digital Revolution: Bringing
                together archivists and scholars to preserve born-digital
                records and produce new knowledge”


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        Date: Fri, 29 Sep 2017 14:55:33 +0200
        From: Léda_Mansour <ledamansour at gmail.com>
        Subject: Programme of seminar "Web Analysis" - Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne 


Greeting, 

For the second year, the Chair Dialogue of Cultures, in Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne, organizes the Research seminar

« Web Analysis » 

Coordinated by Léda Mansour (Fellow researcher, Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne), it addresses the students, the researchers and the specialists interested in the studies on Web.

The seminary continues its methodological reflection, we invite researchers to expose their "digital route" : The choices to work on Web, adopted methods, those that are rejected, the varied tools either not, the concepts and the notions extended, or built from their studies, the objects of Web search andor the corpuses were pulled from Web.

Seminar sessions take place on Tuesdays from 4h30 pm to 6h30 pm at the Malher Center -  9, Rue Malher, Paris

The program of the seminar:

· in November 28th, 2017: " the mobilization of information on Facebook, towards a collaborative media? Case study of Syria in crisis on 2011 " with Wissam Alnasser (Associated Researcher, Aix-en-Provence Institut d'Études Politiques) 
· in December 12th, 2017: " corpuses stemming from Web: stakes, methods and tools " with Christine Barats (Lecturer, Sciences of the Information and the Communication, Paris 5 René Descartes university) 
· in January 23rd, 2018: " the uses over time " with Françoise Paquien-Séguy (Professor of universities, Sciences of the Information and the Communication, Lyon faculty of political science)
· in February 13th, 2018: " to study the temporality around the practices of ICTS : the example of an approach chronémic of the phenomenon of hyperconnection of managers " with Valérie Carayol (Professor of universities, Sciences of the Information and the Communication, Bordeaux Montaigne university) 
· in March 6th, 2018: " towards a digital Sociolinguistics " with Mariem Guellouz (Lecturer, Sciences of the language, Paris 5 René Descartes university)
· in May 15th, 2018: " internet and political communication. Rethink the borders of the one and of the offline " with Nicolas Hubé (Lecturer, Political science, Paris1 Panthéon Sorbonne university) and Philippe Aldrin (University professor, Political science, Aix-en-Provence Institut d'Études Politiques)

Best, 
---
Léda Mansour
Postdoc- Chaire "Dialogue des cultures" 
Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Site : https://sites.google.com/site/ledamansour/
Publications : https://univ-paris1.academia.edu/LédaMansour



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        Date: Fri, 29 Sep 2017 16:13:27 +0000
        From: Lise Jaillant <l.jaillant at gmail.com>
        Subject: CFP Workshop 2 “After the Digital Revolution: Bringing together archivists and scholars to preserve born-digital records and produce new knowledge”


Are you interested in born-digital records in literary and publishers' archives? If so, send me a proposal for the second workshop of "After the Digital Revolution," funded by my British Academy Rising Star Engagement Award.

The workshop will be in London (25-26 Jan. 2018).

Workshop Highlights:
• Internationally-recognised experts including the Chairs of the Email Archives Task Force funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Digital Preservation Coalition: Kate Murray (Library of Congress) and Christopher Prom (U of Illinois)
• Keynote speaker: David McKnight (Director of Special Collections, University of Pennsylvania)
• Networking opportunities – be part of the conversation and mingle with world-class scholars, archivists and decision makers

For more information, see: http://www.afterthedigitalrevolution.com/ 

Best wishes,

Dr Lise Jaillant | Lecturer (Assistant Professor)
School of the Arts, English and Drama | Loughborough University, UK

Cheap Modernism: Expanding Markets, Publishers’ Series and the Avant-Garde (Edinburgh UP, April 2017)





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