2010 DHO Summer School
in conjunction with NINES and the EpiDoc Collaborative
28 June – 2 July 2010
The third annual Digital Humanities Observatory (DHO) Summer School will take place in Dublin from 28 June to 2 July 2010. Following the highly successful 2009 Summer School, next year’s event will see the expansion of popular workshop strands such as:
- A Practical Introduction to the Text Encoding Initiative
- Data Visualisation for the Humanities
- An Introduction to EpiDoc Markup and Editing Tools
- The One to Many Text: Text Transformations with XSLT
The Summer School will feature lectures by Dr. Hugh Denard (King’s College London Visualisation Lab) and Dr Ian Gregory (University of Lancaster). Workshop facilitators include Dr Gabriel Bodard (King’s College London), Dr James Cowey (University of Heidelberg), Professor Laura Mandell (Miami University of Ohio), Dr Susan Schreibman (Digital Humanities Observatory), Justin Tonra (NUI, Galway) and Dana Wheeles (University of Virginia).
Major workshop strands will be conducted over four days allowing delegates to choose a mini-workshop on Wednesday from one of the following offerings:
- Geospatial Methods for Humanities Research
- Using Digital Resources for Irish Research and Teaching
- Visualising Space, Time and Events: Using Virtual Worlds for Humanities Research
- Finding the Concepts In the Chaos – Building Relationships With Data Models
- Planning Digital Scholarly Resources: A Primer
The introduction of the one-day mini-workshops allows people to choose to attend a single-day event only at a reduced cost.
On Wednesday afternoon following the mini-workshops, Summer School staff, lecturers and facilitators will be available for private consultations.
Please note that the DHO Summer School takes place immediately before the annual Digital Humanities 2010 conference in London. Visit our DHO Summer School website (www.dho.ie/ss2010 <http://www.dho.ie/ss2010>) for updates and announcements. Registration will open on 15th of January.
We look forward to seeing you in Dublin.
Posted by: Roberto Rosselli Del Turco (rosselli at ling dot unipi dot it)