Digital Humanities Experiments #dhiha6

Digital Humanities Experiments #dhiha6

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Mareike König, Suzanne Dumouchel, Lisa Bolz (all DHIP), Claudine Moulin (IEA/University Trier), Pierre Mounier (OpenEdition), Anne Baillot (Humboldt University of Berlin)
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Deutsches Historisches Institut Paris
Ort
Paris
Land
France
Vom - Bis
11.06.2015 - 12.06.2015
Deadline
10.06.2015
Von
Mareike König

This conference addresses the gap between the research culture with which Digital Humanists are equipped via their disciplinary backgrounds and the research culture they foster in this field. Why does experimentation play a crucial role in Digital Humanities? How does it contribute to define the relationship between method and research questions? Can we identify barriers which currently prevent Digital Humanities from developing their full potential, leaving little room for iteration, comparison or failure? The conference itself is conceived as an experimental set-up with labs, data experiments and round tables.

Programm

Thursday, June 11th 2015

6 p.m. Julianne Nyhan (University College London)

New paths through the histories of digital humanities: uncovering hidden contributions to Busa’s Index Thomisticus

Commentator: Claudia Mueller-Birn (Free University of Berlin)

Reception at the DHI Paris
Friday, June 12th 2015

9 a.m. Welcome, Introduction by the organisers

9.15 a.m. David Chavalarias (ISC-PIF, Paris)

What is the social game behind science? Or: The collective dynamics of science: publish or perish, is that all?

9.45–11 a.m. Experimenting discussion: ConverStations

The value of failure in science, table animated by Claudine Moulin (IEA/University Trier)
Research infrastructure as experiments, table animated by Milena Žic Fuchs (ESF)
Digital research and creativity, table animated by Sean Ryder (NUI, Galway)
Interdisciplinary experimentations, table animated by Brian Sandberg (IEA)
Define a protocol, table animated by Suzanne Dumouchel (DHIP)
Citizen digital humanities, table animated by Pierre Mounier (OpenEdition)

Two ConverStation on proposal by the audience

11–11.30 a.m. Coffee Break

11.30 a.m.–1 p.m. Presentation results of the ConverStations incl. feedback by observers

1–2.30 p.m. Luncheon and visit of Lounges:Open Peer Review Lounge, Media Lounge, Secret Lounge

2.30–4 p.m. Experiments in Laboratories

Data Laboratory 1: Aggregate, visualize and browse information about researchers and their activities
Lambert Heller (TIB Hannover) and David Chavalarias (ISC-PIF, Paris)

Data Laboratory 2: Open analytical ecosystems for digital humanities
Mikko Tolonen and Leo Lahti (both University of Helsinki)

Data Laboratory 3: Texts in a laboratory
Jürgen Hermes (University of Cologne)

Data Laboratory 4: Machine translation
Anne Baillot (Humboldt University of Berlin), Mareike König (DHIP), Petra Šoštarić (University of Zagreb)

4–4.30 p.m. Coffee Break

4.30 p.m. Presentation of the Laboratories and Lounges

6 p.m. End of the conference

Kontakt

Mareike König

Deutsches Historisches Institut

event@dhi-paris.fr

http://dhdhi.hypotheses.org/
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