Lightning presentations of PhD projects using digital methods in the humanities
More info to come. A light lunch will be served.
The last DHnetwork meeting before the summer is dedicated to showcasing the many humanities PhD students currently using digital methods in their research. Each PhD student will give a short, 3-5 minute presentation of their project.
Johanne Kalsaas: Disruptive digital discourse and the diaspora: Representations of Norway in Russian online trolling and receptions by the Russian population in Norway. Both the data and the methods are digital. I use a combination of web crawling, corpus/computational linguistics and digital ethnography in a combined discourse analytical framework to study the interplay between Russian internet trolls and the digital diaspora.
Magnus Knustad, Digital kultur (LLE).
Joseph Thomas Ryder, Archaeologist using GIS