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The Digital Age is changing the way researchers examine social phenomena. The unprecedented availability of vast amounts of digital sources provides tremendous opportunities for political scientists, social and cultural historians as well as for economists and sociologists. The overall intention of this workshop is to examine how this new abundance of primary sources could be adopted for better understanding the Continentwide rise of Euroscepticism.
Data: 19 Ottobre 14.00 - 15.00
Relatrice: Laura Brazzo, Fondazione Centro di Documentazione Ebraica Contemporanea, Milano
Titolo: "Archivi digitali per la storia della Shoah: prospettive di ricerca e sfide per il futuro"
The new Masters in "Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge" at University of Bologna will be launched with a series of events in Autumn. On 13th October, Sara Tonelli will participate in the inaugural opening meeting with international speakers and stakeholders. FBK will be one of the partner institutions of the Masters.
The new edition of the European Researchers' Night will be back to Trento next 29th September 2017!
Demos, sciences cafès, speed-dating with researchers, debates, experiments, workshops and many other initiatives will take you closer to the world of Trentino based research.
Our group will partecipate with the demo "Ramble On: visualizing biographies and movements".
Come and meet us: floor -1, corner 05, Muse Museum.
Sara Tonelli will present the activities on text simplification in the public administration domain of the SIMPATICO project at the SIMPLICITAS workshop, co-located with the Conference of the Italian Association of Linguistics
Relatrice: Greta Franzini, UCL Center for Digital Humanities
Titolo: "Catalogo di Edizioni Digitali: Per un’analisi dello status quo"
Rachele Sprugnoli is in the Program Committee of the 1st Workshop on Temporal Dynamics in Digital Libraries (TDDL). The workshop will be held in conjunction with the "21st International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries" (TPDL2017) on September 21 in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Titolo: "Archivi storici, Edizioni scientifiche e Semantic Web"
Relatrice: Francesca Tomasi, Dipartimento di Filologia Classica e Italianistica, Università di Bologna
The 2017 annual conference will take place from 18th September till 20th September in Budapest (Hungary) and is rich of keynotes, papers, posters and demos.
The FutureTDM Symposium will be held at the International Data Science Conference 2017, in Salzburg Austria. This event will bring together policy makers and stakeholder groups so to share FutureTDM’s findings.
In this context, Alessio Palmero Aprosio will present the ALCIDE platform.
The summer school "Digital Tools for Humanists" will be held in Pisa, from 12 to 16 June 2017.
Speaker: Tommaso Caselli
Seminar title: “Why did the building collapse?”: Ask for the Storylines!
The Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities (GCDH) has invited Sara Tonelli to hold an evening lecture on May 30 2017.
Title: NLP for Historical Content Analysis: Ongoing work and Open challenges.
Titolo: "Hidden Florence: Smartphone, app e GPS per ricreare l'esperienza del quotidiano nella città del Rinascimento"
Relatore: Prof. Fabrizio Nevola, University of Exeter
In the context of the project "Dalla Parte di Eva", the movie "Porto il velo, adoro i Queen" will be shown at Cinema Astra in Trento.
On the occasion of the XXXIX anniversary of the death of Aldo Moro, the National Edition of Moro's Works, organizes a meeting titled "ALDO MORO: PENSIERO E POLITICA".
The meeting will take place in Rome on May 10, 2017 (15.30-18.45) at the Conference Room of the Historical Archives of the Presidency of the Republic, Palazzo Sant'Andrea, Via del Quirinale, 30.
The VVV project - VerboVisualeVirtuale wil be presented within the course of Museology and Collectibles History at the University of Milan.
- Paolo Della Grazia
- Nicoletta Boschiero
- Duccio Dogheria
- Elena Bini
- Valentina Russo and Cecilia Scatturin
Moderator: Giorgio Zanchetti
"The day of DH is an annual event, which aims to commemorate and remember the profile of a digital humanist in different parts of the world. It is the opportunity to establish contact with participants around the world and share projects, ideas, new contributions… What is being done now in the field of Digital Humanities?"
Titolo: "La Venice Time Machine e alcune sfide dei progetti di Big Science nelle discipline umanistiche"
Relatore: Dr. Giovanni Colavizza, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Digital Humanities Lab
EDUCA is an educational festival made of three days of seminars, workshops, shows dedicated to children and teenagers, parents, teachers, educators. The main topic of this year is "Passages": how can technological, social, cultural and professional changes become opportunities and not constraints and limitations?
Stefano Menini will participate to the CLARIN-PLUS Workshop "Working with Parliamentary Records". The workshop aims to discover the ways in which NLP technology would help for curating parliament records and for answering research questions in the field of Digital Humanities. Various perspectives will be taken into account: in particular, perspective of curators, researchers and developers.
Titolo: "Digital Humanities: Una galassia multidisciplinare con un nucleo metodologico"
Relatore: Prof. Fabio Ciotti, Università Roma Tor Vergata