We are delighted to announce that the bursary application process for the Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School (DHOxSS) 2018 is now open.
The Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School runs this year from 2–6 July at Keble College, Oxford. It offers training to anyone with an interest in the Digital Humanities and related fields, including academics at all career stages, students, project managers, and people who work in IT, libraries, cultural heritage, publishing and other industries.
A small number of bursaries are available to students and early career researchers to cover the cost of registration, some of which are reserved for doctoral candidates and early career researchers from the University of Oxford. If you wish to apply for a bursary please do so prior to registration. You can find out more and apply here (deadline Tuesday 3 April).
Participants follow one of eight parallel workshop strands throughout the week, supplementing their training with expert guest lectures. Workshops for 2018 include core Digital Humanities methods and technologies alongside new approaches introduced this year:
· An Introduction to Digital Humanities – learn about the tools and techniques available in Digital Humanities for scholarly purposes
· Introduction to the Text Encoding Initiative – introducing the use of the Guidelines of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI), with a focus on the representation and publishing of primary sources
· *NEW* Quantitative Humanities – the use of data science methods in humanities scholarship and how to apply these methods in your own work
· Digital Musicology – exploring a range of computational and informatics methods that can be successfully applied to musicology
· From Text to Tech – corpus and computational linguistics for powerful text processing in the Humanities
· Hands-On Humanities Data Curation – introducing tools, methods and concepts to manage, organise, clean and process your digital humanities data
· Linked Data for Digital Humanities – the concepts and technologies behind Linked Data and the Semantic Web, so that research is available for reuse by other scholars
· *NEW* Crowd-sourced Research in the Humanities – the opportunities of collaborative research methods, particularly crowdsourcing, in the context of digital humanities
Our keynotes this year will be given by Dr Victoria Van Hyning, Humanities lead of Zooniverse.org, and Dr Glenn Roe, Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Digital Humanities at Australian National University. There will also be optional evening events, including a guided tour of Oxford, an evening drinks and poster session at the Weston Library, and The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH) public lecture.
Please address any questions about the Summer School or the bursaries to the DHOxSS Team: email@example.com.