How medieval is your name, and why should computer science care?

Sara Uckelman speaks about Digital Humanities, Medieval History, and Lexicography Despite not being a great fan of hermeneutics, Dr Sara Uckelman (Durham University) kindly agreed to visit our department in February 2020 as part of the DHH lecture series to introduce her own digital history project and explain the pitfalls she encountered. She is a … Continued

Digital Humanities, Medieval History, and Lexicography: The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources

  Speaker: Dr. Sara Uckelman, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Durham University (U.K.) 14 January 2020 | 14:00 – 15:00 | C²DH-Lounge, MSH 4th floor In an ideal world, digital humanities collaborations would involve experts on both sides: Experts in some field of the humanities pooling their resources with experts on the technical and computational … Continued

Reconstructing the Historic Landscape of Larochette

DTU PhD researchers Christopher Morse, Sam Mersch and Marleen de Kramer published their conference paper entitled “Reconstructing the Historic Landscape of Larochette Luxembourg“. The paper appeared in the proceedings of the EuroMed 2018 conference Digital Heritage. Progress in Cultural Heritage: Documentation, Preservation, and Protection. Abstract “Cultural Heritage education relies on a solid foundation of scientifically … Continued