Verschlagwortet: digital humanities

Towards a Truly Global Digital Humanities

By Diana Roig-Sanz. The idea that the digital humanities enjoy a global scope remains utopian. Most of the departments and research institutions that house postgraduate studies, summer schools, international conferences, and scientific journals on the matter remain anchored in the Global North, especially in certain countries such as the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada.

Statistics For Historians

We are pleased to offer scholars and students of history access to two free online modules providing instruction in digital humanities methods and techniques. This second course introduces historians to statistical methods and quantitative analysis tools that can be used alone or in conjunction with text mining, detailed in the first course.

„Deine Welt ist eine andere geworden“

Wie verstehen und prägen Menschen die Welt, die an Migrationsprozessen beteiligt sind? Forscherinnen und Forscher am Deutschen Historischen Institut in Washington (DHI Washington) untersuchen im Rahmen eines Forschungsprojekts den Wissensaustausch deutschsprachiger Migrantinnen und Migranten in den USA im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. Dabei spielen auch die Möglichkeiten der Digitalen Geschichte eine zentrale Rolle.

Retracing Professional Mobility: Historical Network Analysis through CERD

By Thorben Pelzer. If sinology was a religion (which, despite its dogmas, it probably is not), the 15-volume Cambridge History of China could well serve as its holy scripture. Published over the course of over forty years, each of its well over a hundred chapters provides an authoritative overview of a particular topic.

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