DH Research Seminar continues at Metsätalo (U40), Lecture Room 13 (3rd floor) on Fridays at 16.15-18.00.
Spring 2017 Schedule
- 27.1.2017 Krister Lindén, Saana Svärd, Heidi Jauhiainen and Tommi Jauhiainen (University of Helsinki): Semantic domains in Akkadian texts
- 10.2.2017 Urszula Pawlicka (Aalto Media Lab): Visualizing Electronic Literature Collections
- 3.3.2017 Lassi Lager and Aija Vahtola (National Library of Finland): What web (archives) can offer for digihumanists
- 17.3.2017 Anne Isomursu (University of Helsinki): Hierarchical information management of photographic collections: synthetic and natural archive units & Mila Oiva: Culture Analytics - Insights
- 31.3.2017 Eric Malmi (Aalto University): Discourse Connective Prediction Using Neural Networks (see also https://arxiv.org/abs/1702.00992) & Alexei Kouprianov (Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies): Developing descriptive tools for a digital History of the Åbo Academy / University of Helsingfors in the Imperial Period (1809-1917): progress report and some preliminary findings
- 21.4.2017 Erik Henriksson (University of Helsinki): Computing Metrical Variation in Ancient Greek Poetry
- 12.5.2017 Ville Vaara (University of Helsinki): Encyclopaedic projects in the 18th and 21st centuries. Mapping the history of ideas through text reuse in ECCO (see also COMHIS Collective)
- 16.6.2017 at 17.00 HelsinkiDH Summer party at 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. If you can join us for the seasonal party, please use this form to sign up.
Updates and possible changes will be noted in due course.
Fall 2016 Schedule
- Friday 16.09.16 at 16.15-18 Leo Lahti (University of Turku): Digital humanities, Open Science & Kraków DH2016 conference
- Friday 30.09.16 at 16.15-18 Kim Solin (Uppsala University): Existential questions about the digital
- Wednesday 5.10.16 at 13.00-18.00 Heldig Kickoff Event (separate programme)
- Friday 14.10.16 at 16.15-18 Antti Kanner (University of Helsinki): Contexts and cotexts - What changes when word meaning changes?
- Friday 28.10.16 at 16.15-18 Inés Matres (University of Helsinki): On innovation and education.
- Friday 11.11.16 at NB! 15.15-18, venue: Lecture Room 4, Metsätalo (Unioninkatu 40), 2. floor: Marco Büchler (Göttingen) on electronic text reuse acquisition with TRACER & Emily Franzini (Göttingen) on Brothers Grimm and the motif research
- CANCELLED! Friday 25.11.16 at 16.15-18 Mila Oiva (University of Turku) on cultural analytics
Spring 2016 Schedule
- Friday 27.5.2016 at 16.15-18 Holger Kaasik, Digital analysis of medieval liturgical calendars – the case of 14th and 15th century Vatican manuscripts
- Friday 13.5.2016 at 16.15-18 Emily Öhman, Multi-dimensional approaches to sentiment analysis
- Thursday 12.5.2016 at 15.15: Jaakko Suominen (Professor of Digital Culture, University of Turku): “Digitality and materiality in culture” (in English). Place: Topelia, D112
- Wednesday 4.5.2016 at 16.15-18 Professor Jane Ohlmeyer (Trinity College Dublin), The 1641 Depositions: Records of Massacre, Atrocity & Ethnic Cleansing in Seventeenth-Century Ireland (NB! Venue: Metsätalo (U40), Lecture Room 4 (2nd floor)
- Wed 20.4. at 10am Mike Mertens, Dariah & Digital Humanities in Cultural Heritage Research. Metsätalo, lh 4 (Unioninkatu 40) …https://flamma.helsinki.fi/fi/humanistinen-tiedekunta-tiedotteet-Digital-Humanities-in-Cultural-Heritage-Research
- Friday 8.4.2016 at 16.15-18 Professor Caroline Bassett (Sussex Humanities Lab), “Bad representation: or why Digital Humanities hates Cultural Studies”
- Wednesday 23.3.2016 at 16.15-18: Wrap up of Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries conference and sharing of Oslo experiences.
- Friday 4.3.2016 at 16.15-18: Discussion about Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries conference (15.-17.3.2016) with a chance to introduce one’s own presentation and get feedback.
- Friday 19.2.2016 at 16.15-18: Eetu Mäkelä, (all) the (different) Digital Humanities. For this meeting, please read the following article in advance: The Landscape of Digital Humanities
Fall 2015 Schedule
30.10 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)
If any questions, please ask. And, as always, all welcome!