Digital Humanites Now
Start date: Wednesday 27 January 2021
End date: Friday 29 January 2021
Online conference, free of charge. Hosted at Stockholm University on 27-29 Jan 2021, this conference will showcase new and ongoing research in the broad Digital Humanities field.
The conference is organized by the Stockholm University’s Doctoral School in the Humanities’ Theme “Digital Humanities” directed by Anna Dahlgren, Alison Klevnäs and Ewa Machotka and based on the collaboration between the Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies, the Department of Culture and Aesthetics and the Department of Asian, Middle Eastern, and Turkish Studies
The event is held via Zoom, please register to receive the password.
The invited presenters are world-leading experts in Digital Humanities specializing in textual, spatial and object analysis. Confirmed speakers are Douglas Biber from Northern Arizona University, Johanna Drucker from UCLA, Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel from University of Geneva, Christof Schöch from Trier University, Kathryn Eccles from University of Oxford, Tuomo Hiippala from University of Helisinki, Mike Kestemont from University of Antwerp, Jane Winters from the School of Advanced Study, University of London, Anna Bentkowska-Kafel from King's College London (emerita), Giles Bergel from University of Oxford, Ian Gregory from Lancaster University, Vera Moitinho de Almeida from CITCEM, University of Porto, Nuria Rodríguez Ortega from University of Málaga.
Open to all interested in the field at SU and beyond, this event is arranged by the SU Humanities Faculty research school theme Digital Humanities in cooperation with Digarv. Closed seminars with the speakers will be held each afternoon for PhD students taking part in the research school course Digital Humanities: from Methods to Knowledge.
Read more about the program and register at:
Digital Humanities Now
Last updated: January 1, 2021
Source: Departmentof Asian, Middle Eastern and Middle Eastern Studies