Hans Brandhorst 17 Dec 2020 | 14:00-15:00 Online Lecture | Registrations welcome under following email address: email@example.com Systematic iconography which transforms the raw data of our observations into information, is … Continued
The Digital History and Hermeneutics Doctoral Training Unit or DTU DHH Lecture Series provides a broad overview of case studies concerned with digital history and hermeneutics from all the disciplinary fields covered by the DTU: History, philosophy, linguistics, computer science, geography, design studies, etcetera. The overall aim is to discover recent trends and challenges with the help of specific case studies that allow locating the individual research projects of the DTU within a state-of-the-art international discourse.
The lectures offer case studies from all major historical epochs (Ancient History, Medieval History, Early Modern and Contemporary History) that are also reflected in the DTU’s research programme. International experts present new methods, tools and research results from their areas of research and invite the audience to discuss questions and scientific trends. The lectures are open to the entire university and serve as a platform for an international and interdisciplinary exchange.
With the aim of constructing an archive of letters written by a journalist/politician thorough his entire life, Alcide De Gasperi, the first prime minister of the Italian Republic from, the … Continued
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 … Continued
On 20 February 2020, professor emerita Nelly Oudshoorn presented “How users and non-users still matter. New themes in Science, Technology and Society research on user-technology relations”. In the first part … Continued
4 December 2019 | 14.00-15.00 | Speaker: Christof Schöch, Professor of Digital Humanities at the University of Trier Word embeddings modelling is currently at the cutting edge of natural language processing, … Continued
Speaker: Christof Schöch, Professor of Digital Humanities at the University of Trier 4 December 2019 | 14.00 – 15.00 | C²DH Lounge, MSH, 4th floor This talk will provide an introduction to … Continued
Introducing microtoponyms and critical editions of old Romanian texts During the fall, two interesting lectures were held as a part of the DTU Lecture Series, addressing issues of linguistic … Continued