Category: data

Webinars on digitalised collections 2020: Enriching research – enriching metadata

In June, DH Uppsala and The National Heritage Board of Sweden will organise a series of open webinars in June and a workshop this autumn aimed at PhD students, other researchers and museum professionals interested in learning more about using metadata in digitalised collections. More information, programme, and invited speakers here: https://www.raa.se/in-english/events-seminars-and-cultural-experiences/workshop-on-digitised-collections-enriching-research-enriching-metadata/ Welcome!

Workshop – forska på och berika digitala samlingar

Är du forskare eller museiintendent och vill få bättre förståelse för hur forskning kan berika ett museums digitala samling? I sådana fall får du inte missa Riksantikvarieämbetets och Digital Humaniora Uppsala universitets workshop den 10-12 juni. Workshoppen kommer innehålla inspirerande exempel, praktiska råd och inte minst grupparbeten där forskare och museipersonal får möjlighet att tillsammans […]

Towards mining the history of the active patient – an ongoing pilot study

By Ylva Söderfeldt, Department of History of Ideas, Uppsala University Patient organizations are today available for any illness. They range from small, informal self-help networks to large, well-funded associations. Although they possess quite significant power, as intermediaries between patients and healthcare providers for instance, or as lobbyists in the political sphere, they have been mostly […]

Art history in digital humanities: where an “X marks the spot” in time and space

A guest  interview with Stuart Dunn, by Dr. Zeta Xekalaki, reposted here with the permission of Archaeology and the Arts Magazine Digital humanities as a trend has been central in modern scholarship, including art history. The extraordinary development of digital methods and applications aiming in representing, mapping and preserving data seems to change heritage and […]

Linguistic Atlas Project (1977-Present): An Interview with Bill Kretzschmar

About the guest:  Bill Kretzschmar is Harry and Jane Willson Professor in Humanities at the University of Georgia and is a visiting professor at the University of Oulu in Finland. He edited the American Linguistic Atlas Project for 34 years, the oldest national research project to survey how people speak differently across the country, which […]