News archive for Digital Humanities Network at UiB
The start-of-semester event of the DHNetwork was well attended by a wide variety of students and staff across disciplines in the humanities faculty. Seven project leaders of databases and archives gave a lightning talk and were afterwards available for more in-depth questions.
Computational science presentation
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.
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.
During this lunch meeting, people listened to three lightning presentations on different approaches and concerns regarding critical digital editions, followed by a lively discussion.
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.
In the DHNetwork’s first workshop, Tarje Sælen Lavik introduced the ins and outs of OpenRefine.
Thirty people attended the DHNetwork opening event at the Arts and Humanities Library. It was very encouraging to see so many people from different departments interested in advancing Digital Humanities at UiB.