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Digital Humanities 2017 Conference


Co-organised by McGill University and the Université de Montréal, DH2017 is taking place on 8-11 August 2017 in downtown Montréal, Canada on the campus of McGill University. This is the premiere annual conference of the international Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO). The theme of DH2017 is “Access/Accès”. Visit the conference website to find out more.

The European Digital Humanities is well represented among the participants and presenters at DH2017. The latter is particularly worth noting as there are three papers presenting European Digital Research from our colleagues in DARIAH-EU and PARTHENOS (see table below). We are also delighted to share a booth with DARIAH-EU at DH2017, which allows the conference attendees to get an insight into the organization of european research infrastructures. At the booth, there will also be a demo of the Digital Humanitites course registry that has been relaunched as a joint effort of the European research infrastructures CLARIN ERIC and DARIAH-EU. 

Session

Time

Title

 

Authors

Organization

Room

LP-08

13:30-15:00

Access To Cultural Heritage Data: A Challenge For The Digital Humanities

 

Anne Baillot, Marie Puren, Charles Riondet and Laurent Romary

PARTHENOS

Leacock 219

SP-12 08:00-09:30 How Access Determines The Whole Structuration Of A European Infrastructure: The Example Of DARIAH   Suzanne Dumouchel DARIAH

Arts

W-20

PS-25

10:00-11:30

Scaling up Arts and Humanities - The DARIAH Approach to Data and Services

 

Aurélien Berra, Vanessa Hannesschläger, Chad Gaffield, Nicolas Larrousse, Mike Priddy, Paulin Ribbe and Carsten Thiel

DARIAH

Leacock 26

LP-13 8:00am - 9:30am Literary Exploration Machine. New Tool for Distant Readers of Polish Literature   Maciej Piasecki, Tomasz Walkowiak, Maciej Maryl CLARIN-PL Leacock 232 

Here are some useful links to follow up on DH2017:

During the DH2017, the AVinDH SIG (Special Interest Group AudioVisual material in Digital Humanities) organised its third workshop on Monday 7 August 2017. This year’s theme was ‘Computer Vision in Digital Humanities‘. Franciska de Jong, the Director of CLARIN was chairing the workshop programme committe - see images below with all involved. To read more about the workshop click here and here for detailed programme and slides. The organisers set up a collaborative document for minutes from the workshop, which can be accessed here.