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Humanist Archives: May 1, 2019, 6 a.m. Humanist 32.637 - events: TEI; art of Charles I

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 32, No. 637.
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    [1]    From: Gimena del Rio Riande 
           Subject: [DEADLINE EXTENDED] What is text, really? TEI and beyond (30)

    [2]    From: Mia Ridge 
           Subject: IHR Digital History Seminar, May 7: The Lost Collection: Charles I and Whitehall Palace, a digital initiative (54)

        Date: 2019-05-01 03:02:52+00:00
        From: Gimena del Rio Riande 
        Subject: [DEADLINE EXTENDED] What is text, really? TEI and beyond

DEADLINE EXTENDED-May 12: What is text, really? TEI and beyond - TEI Graz

The Program Committee has extended the call for proposals for the 19th
annual Conference and Members' Meeting of the Text Encoding Initiative
Consortium (TEI), to *May 12th*.

This year's TEI conference will be held September 18-20, 2019 (Wed-Fri), at
the University of Graz, Austria; with workshops September 16-17 (Mon-Tue).

This TEI conference wants not only to reach the community interested in
digital representation and processing of text, but also to encourage
scholars working on the fringes of the TEI and beyond to join us in

Proposals must be submitted online via ConfTool:

More information: https://graz-2019.tei-c.org/call-for-papers/
Dra. Gimena del Rio Riande
Investigadora Adjunta. IIBICRIT, CONICET (Instituto de Investigaciones
Bibliográficas y Crítica Textual) - http://www.iibicrit-conicet.gov.ar/
Twitter: @gimenadelr
Asociación Argentina de Humanidades Digitales: http://aahd.net.ar
Coordinadora Humanidades Digitales CAICYT Lab: https://hdcaicyt.github.io/

Marcelo T. de Alvear 1694 (1060). Buenos Aires - Argentina

        Date: 2019-04-30 09:29:25+00:00
        From: Mia Ridge 
        Subject: IHR Digital History Seminar, May 7: The Lost Collection: Charles I and Whitehall Palace, a digital initiative

Dear Humanists,

Information about the next IHR Digital History seminar is below.
Tuesday 7 May 2019 -- Niko Munz (York), "The Lost Collection: Charles I and
Whitehall Palace, a digital initiative"

At the end of the 1630s Abraham van der Doort, keeper of the British royal
collection, compiled an inventory of Charles I's pictures. Exceptional in
scope and detail, with scrupulous attention paid to provenance,
attribution, size, material and description, the inventory offers a rare
opportunity for insight into this historic collection.

Royal Collection Trust is launching a reconstruction of Charles I's art
collection online. Collaborating with auction houses, dealers and
collections, it provides information for over 2000 artworks belonging to
the collection. The website also includes a visualisation of Whitehall
Palace's three Privy Lodging Rooms, where the King kept his most important
paintings. This talk is an opportunity to introduce the project and revisit
the inventory of Charles I's collection in light of this recent work.

Niko Munz is working towards a WRoCAH-funded PhD on fifteenth-century
Netherlandish painting at the University of York. He was Exhibition
Assistant Curator at Royal Collection Trust, where he worked on Charles I:
King and Collector (2018) and The Lost Collection digital initiative. Prior
to this, he completed an MA and MPhil at the University of Cambridge.

This seminar is *5:15 pm - 6:15 pm BST, 7 May 2019, in Room 203 (the John S
Cohen Room), second floor, Institute of Historical Research*. The IHR is in
the North block of Senate House, University of London
(http://www.history.ac.uk/contact). Find Senate House on Malet Street, 
London, WC1E 7HU. It will also be livestreamed via our YouTube channel

Attendees in London are welcome to join the seminar convenors and speaker
for a drink in the IHR afterwards.

The Digital History Seminar https://ihrdighist.blogs.sas.ac.uk/ has been
running since 2012 and focuses on the discussion of historical research
that has been made possible by the use of electronic tools and resources.
We welcome anyone with an interest in digital history, including academics,
students, cultural heritage and digital humanities practitioners, and other
researchers. Follow https://twitter.com/IHRDigHist for updates.



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