Programme 2016

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.

Time

Monday
4 July
2016

Tuesday
5 July
2016

Wednesday
6 July
2016

Thursday
7 July
2016

Friday
8 July
2016

08:15
-
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 AlignmentAlfie Abdul-Rahman, (Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford)

Venue: St Hugh's College, Lecture Theatre

or

Lecture 1b: Big Data and the HumanitiesRalph 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 ResearchJudith 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-DramaCarolin 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 SearchingChris 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 RenaissanceCristina 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
-
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
-
14:00

Lunch (and travel)

14:00
-
16:00

Workshops Continue

16:00
-
16:30

Refreshment Breaks

16:30
-
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 - 



 

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