Linnaeus University, in collaboration with the Digital Humanities Initiative and iInstitute, organise a Digital Humanities Day on October 30, 2018. Frank Fischer, Associate Professor for Digital Humanities at the Higher School of Economics, Moscow, and co-director of DARIAH-EU will talk about his own research on digital perspectives for the study of European Drama and will also introduce the work undertaken in DARIAH-EU.
The programme of the day is as follows:
Tuesday, October 30
10.00-11.00 “Masks and Interfaces – Digital Perspectives for the Study of European Drama” * See abstract below.
13:00-14.00 “A Social Marketplace for Services – Introduction to DARIAH, the Pan-European Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities”
Please register to firstname.lastname@example.org before October 22.
* Abstract: The digital literary studies have offered a lot of new approaches to the study of drama in recent years. New methods like social network analysis, stylometry and other quantitative and statistical approaches are complemented by a rich landscape of literary data in many languages and formats. This talk will recap these developments, oscillating between research and infrastructure, and introduce a platform for the research on European drama.