Programme

The outline of the programme for the Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School 2016 is below. A PDF of the printed booklet is also available: http://tinyurl.com/dhoxss2016-pdf

Time

Monday
4 July
2016

Tuesday
5 July
2016

Wednesday
6 July
2016

Thursday
7 July
2016

Friday
8 July
2016

08:15
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09:00

Registration
St Hugh's College

Free Time

09:15
-
10:15

Welcome to DHOxSS
James Cummings (IT Services, University of Oxford) and Pip Willcox, (Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford)

Opening Keynote: Identifying the point of it all: Towards a Model of "Digital Infrapuncture",
Deb Verhoeven, (Deakin University)

Venue: Oxford University Museum of Natural History

Lecture 1a: ViTA: Visualization for Text Alignment, Alfie Abdul-Rahman, (Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford)

Venue: St Hugh's College, Lecture Theatre

or

Lecture 1b: Big Data and the Humanities, Ralph Schroeder, (Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford) and Laird Barrett (Taylor & Francis)

Venue: St Antony's College, Nissan Lecture Theatre

or

Lecture 1c: Hidden Museum: Connecting Collections in Context, Scott Billings, (Oxford University Museum of Natural History, University of Oxford), Theodore Koterwas, (IT Services, University of Oxford), Jessica Suess, (Oxford University Museums, University of Oxford)

Venue: St Hugh's College, Ho Tim Seminar Room

 

Lecture 2a: Imaging beyond the Institution: How DIY Digitization Impacts Research, Judith Siefring, (Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford)

Venue: St Hugh's College, Lecture Theatre

or

Lecture 2b: Linked Data and Leitmotifs – Digitally Researching the Reception of Richard Wagner’s Music-Drama, Carolin Rindfleisch, (Faculty of Music / Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford)

Venue: St Antony's College, Nissan Lecture Theatre

or

Lecture 2c: Graphic Motifs as an Aid to Handwritten Archive Transcription and Searching, Chris Powell, (Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford)

Venue: St Hugh's College, Ho Tim Seminar Room

Lecture 3a: An Evidence-based Assessment and Visualization of the Distribution, Sale, and Reception of Books in the Renaissance, Cristina Dondi, (Faculty of History, University of Oxford)

Venue: St Hugh's College, Ho Tim Seminar Room

or

Lecture 3b: Building and analyzing a semantic network, Maria Telegina, (Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford)

Venue: St Hugh's College, Lecture Theatre

or

Lecture 3c: Crowdsourcing for GLAM and research projects, Victoria Van Hyning, (Faculty of English, University of Oxford)

Venue: St Antony's College, Nissan Lecture Theatre

Closing of DHOxSS
James Cummings (IT Services, University of Oxford) and Pip Willcox, (Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford)

Closing Keynote: Open Access and Digital Humanities – Opening up to the world, Isabel Galina, (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)

Venue: Oxford University Museum of Natural History

10:15
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11:00

Refreshment Breaks (and travel)

11:00
-
12:30

Workshops:

Note: Late registration is available at your workshop location.

Students may attend only one of the five-day workshops all week (no switching between workshops without an additional admin fee, so choose carefully!).

An Introduction to Digital Humanities Venue: St Hugh's College, Lecture Theatre

An Introduction to the Guidelines of the Text Encoding Initiative Venue: St Hugh's College, Ho Tim Seminar Room 

Analysing Humanities Data   Venue: St Hugh's College, Winston C S Wong Seminar Room

Digital Musicology   Venue: Oxford e-Research Centre, Conference Room  

From Text to Tech   Venue: IT Services, Isis Room

Humanities Data: A Hands-On Approach   Venue: IT Services, Evenlode Room 

Linked Data for Digital Humanities  Venue: IT Services, Windrush Room

Social Humanities: Citizens at Scale in the Digital World   Venue: St Hugh's College, Louey Seminar Room 

12:30
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14:00

Lunch (and travel)

14:00
-
16:00

Workshops Continue

16:00
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16:30

Refreshment Breaks

16:30
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17:30

Workshops Continue

Evening

Monday Evening
Welcome Drinks Reception and Poster Session

 

Oxford University Musem of Natural History

19:00 - 21:00

Tuesday Evening

TORCH Digital Humanities Public Lecture

Digital Unwrapping:  Homer, Herculaneum, and the Scroll from Ein Gedi
Brent Seales (Professor of Computer Science, University of Kentucky)

St Luke's Chapel, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter

18:00 - 19:30

Wednesday Evening
Guided Walking Tour of Oxford

 

Oxford City Centre

 

18:30 - 19:30

Thursday Evening
DHOxSS Dinner (with pre-dinner drinks)

 

Exeter College

 

19:00 - 22:30

Friday Evening
Informal Pub Trip

 

Royal Oak Pub

 

17:30 -