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Digital Humanities Day

When:Fr 27-10-2017 10:00 - 16:00
Where:A2, Academy Building

On 27 October 2017, CDH organises the annual DH Day.

Key note: Tommasso Venturini, Kings College London/médialab Sciences Po Paris

"Visual network analysis and network storytelling: doing networks other than with mathematics"

Networks are, no doubt, powerful mathematical objects. But there is more to networks then the properties of their adjacency matrix. Networks are also rich visual diagrams and engaging narrative devices. In this keynote, we will discuss these often-neglected properties and we will propose a few practical ways to explore network visually and to elicit the stories that they contain.


Thursday 26 October 2017

Time Activity Speaker/organiser Title Location
10:00-12:00 workshop Herbert Kruitbosch CIT Coding for the Humanities DH Lab
12:00-13:00 Break
13:00-15:00 Workshop Liliana Melgar Estrada & Jaap Blom Video Annotation with Beeld & Geluid Multimediazaal 3
15:00-17:00 Workshop Berber Hagedoorn & Sabrina Sauer DIVE & NARDIS Multimediazaal 3

Friday 27 October 2017

Time Activity Speaker/organiser Title Location
10:00-10:15 project presentation Marcel Broersma Automated Analysis of Discursive Practices on Twitter (COSMO Twitter Crawler) A2
10:15-10:30 project presentation Martijn Wieling Identifying Dutch Accents Automatically A2
10:30-10:45 project presentation Ielka van der Sluis The Pictures and Text (PAT) Workbench: Toward Automated Evaluation of Multimodal First-Aid Instructions A2
10:45-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:00 Key note Tomasso Venturini Visual network analysis and network storytelling: doing networks other than with mathematics A2
12:00-13:00 Lunch break Weberfoyer
13:00-13:30 Poster presentations Students of MA DH Weberfoyer
13:30-13:30 Back to A2
13:45-14:00 project presentation Lidewijde de Jong Digital Tombs: Towards an Integrated Study of Funerary Practices A2
14:00-14:15 project presentation Peter Attema Interdisciplinary 3-D Exploration of a Giant Burial Mound from the Iron Age at the Archaeological Site of Crustumerium (Rome, Italy) A2
14:15-14:30 project presentation Canan Cakirlar and Gary Nobles BONIFY 1.0 – Ovis/Capra: Virtual Solutions to Zooarchaeological Problems A2
14:30-14:45 Coffee break
14:45-15:00 TBA A2
15:00-15:45 TBA A2
15:45-16:00 TBA A2
16:00-16:15 closing Susan Aasman Closing remarks A2


Since there is only a limited number of people which can attend the workshops, we would like to ask you to register for a workshop when you would like to partipate.

It is possible to just drop by the sessions on Friday. However, if you would like to join us for lunch we would like to ask you to register for this.