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Manuscript Road Trip

The Flight into Egypt, Walters Art Museum, MS W.188, f.112r The Flight into Egypt, Walters Art Museum, MS W.188, f.112r

Photo by Tony Grider Photo by Tony Grider

After driving about 90 miles north out of Dallas on I-35, we’ll cross the Red River into my home state of Oklahoma. I am certain that my Russian immigrant great-grandfather (who owned a drygoods store in the small town of Lehigh in the early twentieth century) could never have imagined that his great-granddaughter would someday be exploring centuries-old books in what was known until 1907 as „Indian Territory.” He certainly couldn’t have imagined that I would be able to do so while sitting at my desk in my Massachusetts home. working map

There aren’t many medieval or Renaissance manuscripts in public collections in Oklahoma, but there are enough to warrant a visit. We’ll start at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, where we will find one of the strongest History of Science collections in the country. According to the library’s website…

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The conference will be held in Varna Bulgaria, 15-20 September 2014.

Conference website: http://textualheritage.org

Abstract submission opens: 15 January 2014
Abstract submission deadline: 15 April 2014  (extended)
Notifications of acceptance sent by 15 May 2014

Call for papers:

We are pleased to invite submissions of abstracts for the El’Manuscript-2014 international conference on the creation and development of information systems for storage, processing, description, analysis, and publication of medieval and early modern hand-written and printed texts and documentary records. Any person involved in the creation or analysis of these resources is welcome to participate.

El’Manucsript-2014 is the fifth in a series of biennial international conferences entitled “Textual Heritage and Information Technologies” (http://textualheritage.org). The programme of the conference traditionally includes tutorials, lectures, and computer classes for young scholars and students. The working languages of the 2014 conference are English, Bulgarian and Russian, and papers presented at the Conference will be…

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Digital Humanities 2006 took place place at la Sorbonne, Paris, France, July 5-9, 2006.

History

The joint conference of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing and the Association for Computers and the Humanities is the oldest established meeting of scholars working at the intersection of advanced information technologies and the humanities, annually attracting a distinguished international community at the forefront of their fields.

Deadlines

  • November 30, 2006: firm deadline for submissions
  • February 13, 2006: presenters will be notified of acceptance

Proposed Sessions for 2006

Submissions are invited on all topics concerning humanities computing:

  • text analysis, corpora, language processing
  • IT in librarianship and documentation
  • computer-based research in literary, cultural and historical studies,
  • computing applications for the arts, architecture and music
  • research issues such as
    • information design and modelling
    • the cultural impact of the new media
  • the role of humanities computing in academic curricula

Submission types

  1. Papers. The submission…

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Digital Humanities Congress

Date: 6 – 8 September 2012

Location: University of Sheffield

The first Biannual Digital Humanities Congress was organized by The University of Sheffield’s Humanities Research Institute with the support of the Network of Expert Centres and Centernet (http://www.shef.ac.uk/hri/dhc2012).

The HRI defines the DH as: ‚the use of technology within arts, heritage and humanities research as both a method of inquiry and a means of dissemination’.

The keynote speakers were:

  • Professor Andrew Prescott (Head of Department, Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London)
  • Professor Lorna Hughes (University of Wales Chair in Digital Collections at the National Library of Wales)
  • Professor Philip Ethington (Professor of History and Political Science, University of Southern California and Co-Director of the USC Center for Transformative Scholarship)

Papers on Medieval Topics

  • Takako Kato (De Montfort University), ‚Transcribing incipits and explicits in TEI-XML’
  • Bill Endres (University of Kentucky), ‚More than Meets…

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Historical Documents in the Digital Age is an international workshop organized in Rouen (25-26 Oct. 2012) as part of the DocExplore project, addressing the issues of Computer Science, Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage.
  • Session 1: Libraries and archives in the Digital Age
    • J.-F. Moufflet (Service interministériel des Archives de France): „Quels fonds d’archives numériser et avec quels outils les valoriser dans une perspective de recherche ?”
    • Matthieu Bonicel, Bibliothèque Nationale de France: „La constitution de bibliothèques numériques patrimoniales : et après ?”
    • Cressida Williams (Canterbury Cathedral Archives): „Digitisation and the local archives office”
  • Session 2: Digital tools for annotating and indexing
    • Stéphane Nicolas, Laboratoire d’Informatique, de Traitement de l’Information et des Systèmes: „Transcrire le passé à l’aide d’outils du présent”
    • Marçal Rusiñol, Computer Vision Center (Centre de visio per computador): „Browsing the contents of digital libraries of historical documents by word spotting – Latest Achievements”
    • Franck Lebourgeois, Laboratoire d’InfoRmatique en Images et Systèmes…

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Właśnie trafiłem na bardzo ciekawy wpis, który poczyniła Sarah Werner z Folger Shakespeare Library na blogu tejże biblioteki The Collation.

Sarah Werner opowiada historię pewnego twitta. I jest to szalenie interesująca historia, która każe się zastanowić po raz kolejny nad różnymi zagadnieniami, od pozwolenia w bibliotekach na robienie zdjęć obiektom zabytkowym (na własny uzytek, oczywiście), rozpowszechnianie ich za pomocą mediów społecznościowych, przez najzwyczajniejszą w świecie chęć dzielenia się tym, czym się zajmujemy, co może przynieść (i zazwyczaj przynosi) niespodziewane i pozytywne efekty.

Miłej lektury! I zachęcam też do odwiedzania osobistego bloga autorki: Wynken de Worde.

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