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Sabine Höhler, Susanna Lidström, and Tirza Meyer: The Ocean’s ‘Digital Twin’? Marine Environmental Data Through Time

Sabine Höhler is Head of Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment; Head of Department of Philosophy and History, KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm Susanna…

From  Tatyana Sarayeva on March 22nd, 2022 5 plays 0  

220310 Brügger: "What is in a web archive?"

What’s in a web archive? Three cases of web history, a close, middle and distant readingNiels Brügger, Aarhus UniversityThis lecture will introduce web archiving and web archives, and give…

From  Jon Svensson on March 14th, 2022 7 plays 0  

220309 Delano & Albert: "The Whole Thing Smacks Of Gender"

The Whole Thing Smacks Of Gender: Algorithmic Exclusion In Body Composition Analysis And BeyondMaggie Delano & Kendra Albert Companies such as Withings and Fitbit tout composition analysis as…

From  Jon Svensson on March 14th, 2022 10 plays 0  

211117 Risam: "Envisioning a Postcolonial Digital Humanities in Theory and Praxis"

Envisioning a Postcolonial Digital Humanities in Theory and Praxis Roopika Risam, Chair of Secondary and Higher Education and Associate Professor of Education and English, Salem State University …

From  Jon Svensson on December 22nd, 2021 3 plays 0  

211116 Peters: "Threats to the Humanities in a Digital Moment"

Threats to the Humanities in a Digital Moment John Durham Peters, Maria Rosa Menocal Professor of English and of Film and Media Studies, Yale University The humanities are always in crisis. That is…

From  Jon Svensson on November 23rd, 2021 10 plays 0  

210902 Text Mining: Comparing Parliaments, Novels, and Newspapers

Text Mining Parliamentary Data Seminar Comparing Parliaments, Novels, and Newspapers We live in a time of massive and available datasets such as parliamentary records, novels, and newspaper…

From  Jon Svensson on September 3rd, 2021 29 plays 0  

210506 Manovich: "Cultural Analytics"

How can we see a billion images? What analytical methods can we bring to bear on the astonishing scale of digital culture – the billions of photographs shared on social media every day, the…

From  Jon Svensson on May 10th, 2021 240 plays 0  

210323 Salmi: "What is digital history?"

Digital history is an emerging field that draws on digital technology and computational methods, and invites scholars worldwide to join forces, it presents exciting and novel ways we might explore,…

From  Jon Svensson on April 30th, 2021 6 plays 0  

210318 "Text mining of parliamentary data: Practices of Parliament"

Documenting parliamentary debates can be tricky. On the one hand, a record of discussions needs to be true and authentic, and on the other hand such a record is always an interpretation – to be…

From  Jon Svensson on March 31st, 2021 9 plays 0  

200313 Karhio: "Technological imaginaries at the Atlantic edge: digital culture and literature in Ireland"

Technological imaginaries at the Atlantic edge: digital culture and literature in Ireland Dr Anne Karhio, National University of Ireland, GalwayThis lecture examines the emergence of digital arts and…

From  Jon Svensson on June 22nd, 2020 6 plays 0  

190214 Lind: "Mobile Phone Orchestra"

Mobile Phone Orchestra Anders Lind, Dept. of Creative Studies MobilePhoneOrchestra.com is a web based platform under development by composer/ researcher Anders Lind at the Department of Creative…

From  Jon Svensson on February 18th, 2020 1,334 plays 0  

141209 Goldberg The Afterlife of the Humanities (Note! Venue: HB210, The Humanities Building)

The Afterlife of the Humanities David Goldberg University of California Humanities Research Institute

From  Jon Svensson on February 4th, 2020 1 plays 0  

151116 Cordell: "The Best Mechanical Paper in the World”: Scientific American, Reprinting, and the Circulation of Popular Science in Nineteenth-Century Newspapers"

The Best Mechanical Paper in the World”: Scientific American, Reprinting, and the Circulation of Popular Science in Nineteenth-Century Newspapers Ryan Cordell

From  Jon Svensson on February 4th, 2020 2 plays 0  

131204 Stokes: "Objectivity and Evidence in Digital Humanities: The Case of the Missing Palaeographer"

Objectivity and Evidence in Digital Humanities: The Case of the Missing Palaeographer Peter Stokes King’s College, London Digital Humanities has sometimes been described as a…

From  Jon Svensson on February 3rd, 2020 7 plays 0  

131129 Jonsrud: "Transmediated Memory of the Crusades in U.S/Middle East Relations"

Transmediated Memory of the Crusades in U.S/Middle East Relations Brian Johnsrud, Stanford University James Wertsch argues that cultural memory is distributed between active agents and the…

From  Jon Svensson on February 3rd, 2020 1 plays 0  

191211 Bode: "Literary history with mass-digitised collections: Reading (in) the past"

Literary history with mass-digitised collections: Reading (in) the past Katherine Bode, Australian National University In Australia in the 19th and early 20th centuries, newspapers were the main…

From  Jon Svensson on January 31st, 2020 3 plays 0