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Humanist Archives: Dec. 11, 2019, 8:56 a.m. Humanist 33.480 - events: text-mining, DARIAH, NYCDH

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 33, No. 480.
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    [1]    From: Rachael Samberg 
           Subject: 10 days left to apply for Building LLTDM! (45)

    [2]    From: Eliza Papaki 
           Subject: CfP: DARIAH Annual Event 2020 on Scholarly Primitives (55)

    [3]    From: Kimon Keramidas 
           Subject: NYCDH Week 2020 is Coming February 3-7! (31)

        Date: 2019-12-10 16:19:31+00:00
        From: Rachael Samberg 
        Subject: 10 days left to apply for Building LLTDM!


We encourage you to both apply for and spread the word about a wonderful
and FREE opportunity to learn how to navigate tricky issues in text data
mining research this summer.

We are leading the Building LLTDM (http://buildinglltdm.org/) (Building
Legal Literacies for Text Data Mining) institute, funded by the NEH. Our
aim is to empower digital humanities researchers, scholars, and
professionals (i.e. librarians or any professional support staff) to be
able to confidently navigate law, policy, ethics, and risk within digital
humanities text data mining projects — so that they can more easily engage
in this type of research and contribute to the advancement of knowledge.

The institute is four days on the UC Berkeley campus -- June 23-26, 2020 --
and a stipend (paid in advance) will cover expenses. The application
deadline is *December 20* and the process is very straightforward: Send us
a CV and a brief statement explaining how this will help you and how you
will help build community. Everything you need to know about applying is
here (https://buildinglltdm.org/attend/).

Please spread the word and/or apply, yourself!


Questions? We'd ask that you e-mail us
via contact-building-lltdm@googlegroups.com.


Rachael G. Samberg, J.D., MLIS
Scholarly Communication Officer & Program Director
Office of Scholarly Communication Services
Project Director, Building Legal Literacies for Text Data Mining
University of California, Berkeley
Doe Library, 189 Annex
Berkeley, CA  94720-6000

Pronouns: she/her
Guidance: lib.berkeley.edu/scholarly-communication
Updates: @UCB_ScholComm

        Date: 2019-12-10 15:58:29+00:00
        From: Eliza Papaki 
        Subject: CfP: DARIAH Annual Event 2020 on Scholarly Primitives

Dear colleagues,

We invite you to submit your contributions for the DARIAH Annual Event 2020


which will take place in *Zagreb, Croatia* from *May 26 to 29.* Topic of this
year's event is

Scholarly Primitives

Twenty years after John Unsworth first formulated scholarly primitives as a
set of recursive and interrelated functions that form the foundations of
research activities across disciplines, theoretical frameworks or eras, the
event will be an opportunity to revisit and freshly interrogate both the
notion and the scope of scholarly primitives. To what extent does this
particular set of scholarly primitives still correspond to our
understanding of what humanities scholars do on a day-to-day basis? Has our
understanding of research workflows changed over time significantly enough
to require a new classification?

Call for Participation

We are accepting applications in the following formats:

Pre-conference activities:

   1. WG Meetings
   2. Workshops

Conference activities:

   1. Papers
   2. Posters/Demos
   3. Synergy Sessions

All contributions, a title and an abstract (max. 500 words), are to be
submitted via the SciencesConf system:


Deadline for submissions: January 5, 2020

More information: https://dariah-ae-2020.sciencesconf.org/

We would appreciate it if you could spread this call to your networks.

With all best wishes,
Eliza Papaki
DARIAH Outreach and Communications Officer

        Date: 2019-12-09 08:31:46+00:00
        From: Kimon Keramidas 
        Subject: NYCDH Week 2020 is Coming February 3-7!

Dear Colleagues,

NYCDH (http://nycdh.org/) is happy to announce the 5th Annual NYCDH Week,
February 3-7, 2020 (http://nycdh.org/dhweek/). Taking place at
institutions throughout New York City, NYCDH Week gives individuals
across the region who are interested in digital humanities an
opportunity to learn new techniques and skills, hear about DH projects
from across the city, and become part of a vibrant and diverse community
of scholars and practitioners.

Please see the details below to join us in the following ways:

     Register for our kick-off event on the afternoon
     of February 3 at Fordham University's Lincoln Center Campus
   * Submit a proposal to join our kick-off day panel featuring exciting
     DH work on histories and representations of communities across NYC!
     Read more here

     Email proposals to Kelley Kreitz, kkreitz@pace.edu
     Review of proposals begins December 20
   * Volunteer to teach a workshop, present a demonstration, or host an
     eventduring NYCDH Week! (Complete the form linked to here
     (http://bit.ly/NYCDH-2020-Form) by January 5). Registration for these
     sessions will open shortly after that date.


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