Programme FINAL!

FINAL Programme (June 13, 2013)

(changes to the programme are marked red)

Phd Seminar_Poster Programme_Final (programme poster for download)

Friday, June 14 – Digital Humanities in Norway

10:00

Welcome Address & Introduction

Karen Gammelgaard (Head of Department)
Jakob Lothe (Head of Research)
Annika Rockenberger (Stipendiat & Organiser)

10:30

Keynote: What are the Digital Humanities?

Øyvind Eide (University of Oslo)

11:30

Coffee Break

11:45

Digital Humanities in Norway: The First 25 Years 1975–2000

Espen S. Ore (University of Oslo)

The ELMCIP Electronic Literature Knowledge Base: Documentation, Connections and Visualisations

Jill Walker Rettberg (University of Bergen)

Standard Gains and Growing Pains – How Did Digitisation Change Norsk Ordbok 2014?

Oddrun Grønvik (University of Oslo)

13:45

Lunch Break

14:45

Conversational Machines and Their Role in Digital Humanities

Laetitia Le Chatton (University of Bergen)

 Weakly Connecting Early Modern Science

Scott B. Weingart (University of Indiana)

15:45

Discussion & Coffee

Saturday, June 15 – Digital Textual & Literary Studies

10:00

Keynote:

Dead Languages and Digital Humanties: Social Network Analysis in the Ancient World

Lieve Van Hoof (University of Leuven)

11:00

Keynote:

What Propp Probably Really Had in Mind, But Didn’t Dare to Think: Toward an Applied Computational Narratology

Jan Christoph Meister (University Hamburg)

12:00

Coffee Break

12:15

Henrik Ibsen’s Writings. The Digital Scholarly Edition and Its Readers

Stine Brenna Taugbøl (University of Oslo)

MENOTA: Medieval Nordic Text Archive

Christian-Emil Smith Ore (University of Oslo)

HUMlab: Humanities, Culture, and Information Technology

Emma Ewadotter (Umeå University) 

14:15

Coffee & Cake

14:45

Digitale Humaniora i Norge – Organisational Discussion

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