2009 Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science

November 14-16, 2009

Illinois Institute of Technology
Hermann Hall, 3241 S Federal St.
McCormick-Tribune Campus Center, 3201 S State St.
Chicago, IL 60616

The annual Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science (DHCS) brings together researchers and scholars in the humanities and computer science to dvance interdisciplinary collaborations between the digital humanists and computer scientists, advancing the area as a field of intellectual inquiry and identifying new directions and perspectives for future research.

Program:      http://dhcs.iit.edu/fullprogram.html
Registration: http://dhcs.iit.edu/registration.html

Please register by Wednesday, November 11, as space is limited.


Stephen Wolfram: What Can Be Made Computable in the Humanities?

Dr. Wolfram is the founder and CEO of Wolfram Research, creator of Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha, and author of A New Kind of Science.

Vasant Honavar: Humanities as Information Sciences

Dr. Honavar is professor of Computer Science at Iowa State University, and founding director of the Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory and the Center for Computational Intelligence, Learning & Discovery.

Roger B. Dannenberg: The Music Technology Revolution

Dr. Dannenberg is associate research professor of Computer Science and Art at Carnegie Mellon University, and fellow of the Studio for Creative Inquiry.


  • Illinois Institute of Technology
  • The University of Chicago
  • Northwestern University


For more information or to register, visit http://dhcs.iit.edu/ or email dhcs2009 at iit dot edu.

Posted by: Roberto Rosselli Del Turco (rosselli at ling dot unipi dot it)

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