Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 33, No. 20. Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London Hosted by King's Digital Lab www.dhhumanist.org Submit to: email@example.com  From: Arts Professional Services Cluster team
Subject: Digital People, Digital Politics Conference this week - 17th May, Friday (40)  From: Kiril Simov Subject: Final Call for Papers: Biographical Data in a Digital World 2019 (82) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 2019-05-14 10:33:53+00:00 From: Arts Professional Services Cluster team Subject: Digital People, Digital Politics Conference this week - 17th May, Friday Reminder: New Perspectives in Digital Humanities Conference this week - 17 May, Friday Digital People, Digital Politics 17th May, 2019 ( Friday) 9am- 6pm Bush House ( North East wing) ground floor, King's College London, Strand Organised by the Department of Digital Humanities We invite you this year's annual New Perspectives conference, titled "Digital People, Digital Politics". A broad range of themes will be discussed in the panel discussions, including gender, collective action, and big data in the digital era. Particular guests include Professor Natalie Fenton, Professor Tobias Blanke, and Dr. Paolo Gerbaudo. The event will also feature a workshop led by Dr. Jennifer Pybus and Dr. Mark Coté on the topic of data flow through our mobile phones and what we do (and do not) permit in using these devices. Details of the programme and speakers can be found at: http://newperspectivesdh.com/index.php/programme-2/ Registration is free: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/digital-people-digital-politics-conference-in- the-digital-humanities-tickets-55611823461 Please join us in congratulating our speakers and for further discussion at the wine reception from 5-6pm We look forward to welcoming you and debating Digital Politics with you, New Perspectives in Digital Humanities Conference organising team - Adam, Nayana and Yuna Attachments: Digital People, Digital Politics- poster print.pdf: https://dhhumanist.org/att/63124/att00/ -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 2019-05-14 06:31:27+00:00 From: Kiril Simov Subject: Final Call for Papers: Biographical Data in a Digital World 2019 Final Call for Papers: Biographical Data in a Digital World 2019 Varna (Bulgaria) 5-6 September 2019 https://sites.google.com/view/bd2019 Extended deadline for full paper submissions: 07 june 2019, 08:00 GMT. Papers should be submitted through Easychair: https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=bd2019 The digital age has changed the way academics work in every discipline. Computers allow for the processing of digital data much faster than humans can do, they are able to show patterns and statistical analyses and can detect links that otherwise would be hard to find. This conference explores whether and how, in the field of digital humanities, biographical data are special. Biographies are interesting for analysis with computer techniques, since individuals share a set of common characteristics that can be relatively easily identified by a machine, such as a birthdate, a partner, a profession, and a network. Tools and approaches from the digital humanities can be used for both quantitative analyses of such data and for providing leads for more qualitative research questions. This conference aims at bringing together researchers from both the humanities and the computer sciences to exchange experiences, methods and practices with respect to ICT mediated quantitative and qualitative analysis of biographical data. What can we do already with computational methods with the huge amount of digital biographical data that is available? What will we be able to do in the future? What will we not be able to do? For this edition we invite both full paper submissions and abstracts. Papers must have a maximum of 8.000 words (excluding bibliography and footnotes) and minimum of 3000 words, which will undergo a single blind peer review process. Accepted papers will be published in online proceedings shortly after the Conference. Abstracts will be checked for relevance. Accepted abstracts will be welcome to give a presentation at the Conference, and will be included in a book of abstracts. Topics which may be addressed include, but certainly are not limited to: 1. Mining biographies for structured information 2. Biographies and linked data 3. Using biographical information for quantitative analyses 4. The canonization of people and events in history 5. The use or uselessness of big data for biographical research 6. Visualizing biographical data 7. Biographical Dictionaries 8. Dealing with biographical data in heterogeneous datasets 9. Practices in digitizing and converting biographical data to a software interpretable format 10. Automatic biography generation 11. Biographies across countries and cultures 12. Standards, vocabularies and best practices for the encoding and processing of biographical data Special Session: Many entities share similar life-cycle of existence within human minds, such as countries, cities, other geo-political entities, cultural and historical artefacts. We invite papers for a special session on modeling, representation and creation of data for handling life-span events in which such common entities are involved. Of special interest will be the sharing of conceptualizations, interaction between biographical data and life-span data for other entities. Important Dates Extended deadline for full paper submissions: 07 june 2019, 08:00 GMT. Deadline for abstracts: 21 June 2019, 08:00 GMT. Notification of acceptance: 15 July 2019, 08:00 GMT. Conference dates: 5-6 September 2019, Varna, Bulgaria Camera ready version: 12 September 2019, 08:00 GMT. _______________________________________________ Unsubscribe at: http://dhhumanist.org/Restricted List posts to: firstname.lastname@example.org List info and archives at at: http://dhhumanist.org Listmember interface at: http://dhhumanist.org/Restricted/ Subscribe at: http://dhhumanist.org/membership_form.php
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