Digital Humanities Research Seminar

University of Helsinki

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Spring 2024 Schedule

Thursdays at 16:15-18:00 (time in Finland = EEST/EET time zone)

  • 25.1. Lily Diaz-Kommonen: Designing VR and Semantic Tools for Social Cohesion using Citizen Curation
  • 8.2. Peeter Tinits: Adapting newspaper and bibliographic data for historical research: tools and case studies in Estonia (slides)
  • 14.3. Thea Lindquist et al.: Let everything be of use? — Analysing the publication activity of the Fruchtbringende Gesellschaft (1617–1680) through the VD17 library catalogue
  • 28.3. Kira Hinderks: Text reuse as a political act: Rhetoric and satire in eighteenth-century British utopian thinking
  • 11.4. Ville Vaara: Publishers, Printers and Booksellers in 18th century Britain. Recreating a book trade network from library catalogue data

Place: Metsätalo, Lecture Hall 17 and Zoom (unless otherwise noted)

If you want to participate in-person, come to Metsätalo, Lecture Room 17 unless otherwise noted. You can also take part on Zoom (unless otherwise noted).
Meeting ID: 671 1257 5191
Passcode: 123123.

Updates and possible changes will be noted in due course. The seminar is open. If you want to join our mailing list, need credits, or have any questions about the seminar, write to Mikko Tolonen.

And, as always, all welcome!

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