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Digital Humanities Network at UiB

Photo of Tarje talking to a group of participants with laptops sitting around the table. The powerpoint in the background shows a series of portraits in a database

The UiB Digital Humanities Network was established in December 2018, and includes researchers from all four departments in the Humanities Faculty, from Infomedia in the Social Sciences and from musicology in the Faculty of Art Music and Design. The network hosts events once or twice a month through 2019. We offer lightning talk sessions, where we hear about different DH projects at UiB, and workshops where participants can learn skills or discuss ideas, as seen in the image to the left. The network is led by Professor Jill Walker Rettberg.

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Participating at the Oxford Digital Humanities Summer School

Every summer, PhD students and scholars can spend a week at an Oxford College, learning about the digital humanities. Magnus Knustad shares his experiences of the Digital Humanities Summer School.

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Recap: Lightning Presentations of PhD Projects

A festive end-of-term event concluded the first semester of the DHNetwork. PhD students from various fields and departments in the humanities presented their use of digital methods.

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People around a table with laptops, including Alois Pichler explaining what XML is, powerpoint in the center with XML definition.

Recap: Workshop Digital Editions with XML

We had a full house on Tuesay at the DHNetwork’s second workshop, in which Alois Pichler and Max Hadersbeck introduced XML as a tool for digital editions.

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Portrait of Elizabeth Losh (left) and Aristea Fotopoulou

Recap: Reading Circle and Double Lecture on Feminism and Data

In a well-attended double lecture session, Elizabeth Losh gave an overview of her new edited volume on about intersectional feminism and digital humanities and Aristea Fotopoulou introduced the background of her book project about feminist data studies.