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Digital Humanities Network at UiB

Lunch Seminar

Lightning Talks About Digital Editions

Listen to lightning talks about different experiences with making critical, digital editions.

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Hannah Gillow-Kloster, Arnulf Christian Mattes and Daniel Apollon will each give a five minute presentation.
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Have you ever wanted to know more about what goes into making a digital textual edition, or what a digital edition looks like? Do you want to know more about the different textual editions being produced at UiB? This event gives all interested a chance to learn about the variety of textual editions, as well as meet and network with others at UiB who also interact with digital editions. The lightning talks are also an excellent way to warm up for our XML editions workshop later this month.

Hannah Gillow-Kloster will discuss Skeivt arkiv, the Norwegian National Archive for queer history; Daniel Apollon will speak about neototexts like Facebook and Wikipedia and ephemeral digital editions, and Arnulf Mattes, Director of the Centre for Grieg Research, will speak about national musical heritage in a digital age, and provide some local resources from a European perspective.

Please sign up by Monday 6 May at 11:00 at the this link in order to ensure that we order enough lunch!