10 Antti Kanner, (HY, Finnish language), “A vagrant’s path: tracking the life cycle of a legal term in 19th century newspaper data”. Commentator: Timo Honkela (HY)
13.11 Ylva Grufstedt (HY, History), “The Practice of History in videogames – Historical culture and consciousness in digital and interactive media”. Commentator: Jaakko Stenros (Tampere)
27.11 Eric Malmi (Aalto, Computer Science), “Automatically Reconstructing and Analyzing Family Trees”. Commentator: Tiina Miettinen (UTA, History). [Discussion in Finnish because of genealogical terminology.]
11.12 Erik Henriksson (HY, Greek), “The Language and Meter of Late Greek Poetry: A Computational Approach”. Commentator: Timo Korkiakangas (HY)
18.12. Anna Kajander, (HY, Ethnology), “Digital book culture and the new reading habits”. Commentator: Harri Heikkilä (Aalto) NB! Change of venue. Please note that the seminar will convene at the MORPHOLOGICAL ARCHIVE (Muoto-opin arkisto) 4th floor of the Main Building of the University of Helsinki (Fabianinkatu 33). The Morphological archive is at the north end of the 4th floor corridor, at the “new side” of the main building. So, we will NOT be at Metsätalo on this Friday.
Normally the DH seminar will convene on Fridays, 16.15-18.00 at Lecture Room 9 at Metsätalo (U40).
About Digital Humanities Research Seminar
Open to all who feel that they want to be part of DH Research community at the University of Helsinki (the fact that this is organised at the Faculty of Arts does not by any means imply that it is only for people at the Faculty of Arts!).
Meant as a hub or a forum where one can meet other people interested in this subject matter.
How to get involved? First thing is to write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to be included in the mailing list of the seminar. Or, just show up at the seminar.
The Fall 2015 programme has been fixed, but the Spring 2016 programme will be formed based on the interest of the seminar group.
It is possible and desirable that also activities other than “classic seminar papers” will take place in the future.
Updates to the Fall programme will be amended to this blog post.