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Humanist Archives: Feb. 14, 2023, 6:24 a.m. Humanist 36.395 - Spring school: crossing disciplinary boundaries (Berlin)

              Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 36, No. 395.
        Department of Digital Humanities, University of Cologne
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        Date: 2023-02-13 08:56:44+00:00
        From: Lindsey Drury <>
        Subject: CFP | PhD Researchers | Logic, Limits, Contingency: A Critical Digital Spring School

CFP | PhD Researchers | Logic, Limits, Contingency: A Critical Digital
Spring School
Applications (<500 words) due March 1, 2023

Up to ten PhD researchers will be invited to partake in this Spring
School, organised for March 27-30 2023 at Freie Universität Berlin. 
If you are a PhD researcher working outside Berlin, we might have a few
spots with travel stipends available. Please note this in your application.

It is clear that digital research approaches transgress the disciplinary
lines that separate the arts, sciences, and humanities. The spring school
brings scholars together to address that fact directly. We will explore,
for example, mathematical approaches to time and human societies, artistic
approaches to archives, humanistic research, and concepts of history, and
humanities approaches to data, aesthetics, and exhibition. Applicants are
invited to submit a simple, 500 word introduction of themselves and their
PhD research projects for consideration by March 1, 2023. No experience
with digital methods in research is required, but certainly welcome.
The Spring School brings together 10 Germany-based and 10 UK-based PhD
researchers. The event will be conducted in English.

Please send your applications promptly, as limited space is available
and applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
Further inquiries? Please write us at

Organised as a part of the Thematic Einstein Forum “Scales of
Temporality: Modeling Time and Predictability in the Literary and the
Mathematical Sciences”. The Spring School co-organizers are Lindsey Drury
(EXC 2020), Tony Fisher (London Arts and Humanities Partnership), Dennis
Mischke (Ada Lovelace Center for Digital Humanities), Ramona Mosse (Bard
College Berlin), and Marcus Weber (Zuse Institute Berlin), as well as Thematic
Einstein Forum
<> organisational

The forum is organized within the framework of the Berlin Mathematics
Research Center MATH+ <> in collaboration with the EXC
2020 “Temporal Communities” <> and
supported by the Einstein Foundation Berlin
<>. We are committed to fostering an
atmosphere of respect, collegiality, and sensitivity. Please read our MATH+
Collegiality Statement

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