Centre for Digital Humanities

Events

Aug 2022

15 - 19
Aug
15-08-2022 - 19-08-2022, All Day
Please note that the dates for this summer school have not been finalized and may thus still be subject to change. The accelerating datafication of society constitutes challenges and opportunities...
Exploring Culture through Data: Digital methods & Data practices (Utrecht Summer School)

Sep 2022

22
Sep
22-09-2022, 15:00 - 16:30
This webinar is set up as an entry into Digital Humanities (DH) thinking. Professor Hugo Quené will show and discuss how to work with digital data and how to employ...
CDH Webinar: Digital Humanities 101 - An introduction to DH thinking
30 - 1
Sep
30-09-2022 - 01-10-2022, All Day
The Critical Digital Humanities International Conference is organized by the Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI), University of Toronto. The conference will be hybrid, with virtual events on Friday September 30th...
The Critical Digital Humanities International Conference (Hybrid)

Oct 2022

4
Oct
04-10-2022, 13:00 - 16:00
This joint workshop by the Utrecht University Library and the Centre for Digital Humanities will give an overview of how text corpora are processed in order to be used in...
UB & CDH Workshop: Working with large text corpora in I-Analyzer
13
Oct
13-10-2022, 09:30 - 16:30
Data are becoming increasingly important in the humanities. In this one day course, intended for researchers and teachers in the humanities, you will learn the basics of statistical data analysis....
CDH Workshop: Basics of Statistics - Hands-on training day for humanities staff
18
Oct
18-10-2022, 13:00 - 17:00
In this workshop, Jeroen Bakker, junior researcher at Utrecht Data School, will introduce you to network analysis and visualization using Gephi. After this hands-on session, you will be able to conduct a network...
CDH Workshop: Getting started with network visualization - introductory Gephi course for humanities staff
21
Oct
21-10-2022, 15:00 - 16:15
In this webinar on October 21, media researcher Berrie van der Molen will talk about the methodological approach - the 'leveled approach' - he used writing his dissertation ‘Talking XTC: Drug...
CDH Webinar: Talking XTC - Distant and close reading of digitized newspaper and radio data archives

Nov 2022

1 - 22
Nov
01-11-2022 - 22-11-2022, 10:00 - 17:00
This entry level course in Python consists of four hands-on training days on Tuesdays starting November 1. The course will be provided by Julian Gonggrijp and Jelte van Boheemen, scientific developers of...
CDH Workshop: Entry level course in Python for humanities staff
3
Nov
03-11-2022, 10:00 - 16:00
In this one day course Hugo Schnack, assistant professor Language acquisition, processing and disorders, will give an introduction to what machine learning is, when and how it can be used and...
CDH Workshop: Principles & practices of machine learning - A hands-on training for beginners with applications in the humanities
18
Nov
18-11-2022, 15:00 - 16:15
In this hybrid lecture Rainer Hegselmann, philosophy professor at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, will talk about the bounded confidence model. The bounded confidence model is an extremely...
CDH Lecture (hybrid): Understanding opinion dynamics - a (seemingly) simple model with many applications
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