DH Budapest 2018
DIGITAL HUMANITIES CONFERENCE 2018.
Researchers of the social sciences and humanities (SSH) all experience changes in their chosen fields as everyday scholarly practices become more and more digital. Digital humanities — as a new and quickly institutionalizing interdiscipline — plays a vital role in promoting this shift. In addition, it serves as a new medium that connects the various more-or-less independent disciplines we call(ed) humanities. This new “unity” in the digital medium — a medium, that was not designed to be used by scholars — takes place in a variety of ways: via digital cultural heritage aggregation, via using international data standards, mark-up languages, technologies like linked open data, or by applying widely used CMS and repository software. Standardized data transfer has its undeniable benefits, nevertheless, the process certainly re-writes not only disciplinary borders and hierarchies but scholarly communication and knowledge transfer at large. The unstoppable curiosity to new digital methodologies and the urge to reflect on their influence theoretically: this dual drive has motivated us in triggering this conference series. DH_Budapest_2018 seeks to provide a stimulating international forum to bring together researchers from Central Europe and beyond. It will survey the current state of research in digital humanities in the hope of exposing further aspects of the role played by the digital medium in the present and the future of scholarly practices.
- Wolfgang Ernst (Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, Germany) Dirk van Hulle (University of Antwerp, Belgium), Patrick Sahle (Universität zu Köln, Germany), Susan Schreibman - Felkért előadók
- Gábor Palkó (Eötvös Loránd University, Centre for Digital Humanities, Hungary) Members: Roman Bleier (ZIM-ACDH, Univeristät Graz, Austria) Péter Kiszl (Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary) Katalin Lejtovicz (ACDH – Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities) Piroska Lendvai (GCDH – The Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities) Thorsten Ries (Ghent University, Belgium) Corinne Szteinsznaider (Michael Culture Association, Paris, France) Gábor Tamás Molnár (Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary) Tamás Váradi (Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences) - programbizottság
A konferencián elhangzott Bálint Dömölki: Structure of a historical data archive c. előadása, amely az iTA létrehozásának tapasztalatait általánosította.
A konferencia honlapja: elte-dh.hu/hu/konf/