Events 【Finished】Information Resources Center (IRC) 20th Anniversary Seminar ‘Digital humanities: The state of arts’

2018/01/19


  • Organized by Information Resources Center (IRC)
  • Date/Time: 2018/02/15 (Thu) 14:00–18:00
  • Place: Room 304, ILCAA
  • No pre-registration is needed./Free

Message:

Digital humanities is a bridge between computers and the humanities and a new area which deepens their collaboration and raises awareness of the connection between them.
We hold a seminar in which the “present” of the fast-evolving world is introduced by two lecturers, and we have an opportunity to discuss how the humanities researchers use computers in their daily lives.
We hope this workshop would provide an opportunity to review your research activities and encourage new activities.

Program:

14:00–15:30Kiyonori NAGASAKI (International Institute for Digital Humanities) The current scholarship of Digital Humanities: Focusing on TEI
15:40–17:10Asanobu KITAMOTO (CODH/NII) The current scholarship of Open Humanities
17:20–18:00Digital Humanities Clinic

Profile:

  • Kiyonori Nagasaki
    Researcher of International Institute for Digital Humanities. He is majoring in Buddhism and digital humanities.
    He has participated in various digital archiving and research projects. He is actively involved in research, education, and promotion activities regarding information technologies developed in digital humanities.
  • Asanobu Kitamoto
    Center for Open Data in the Humanities Director(Concurrent) Digital Content and Media Sciences Research Division, National Institute of Informatics Professor.
    He is interested in data driven science and devoted to producing new outcomes from accumulation of humanities data in cooperation with other institutions.

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