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Humanist Archives: Feb. 28, 2020, 7:04 a.m. Humanist 33.639 - events: visualisation; heritage; Early Modern; folk music

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 33, No. 639.
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    [1]    From: iV_CGiV 
           Subject: IV2020_Vienna: DHKV- 8th International Symposium Digital Humanities Knowledge Visualization (72)

    [2]    From: Karin Hansson 
           Subject: CfP: Datafication and cultural heritage. ECSCW 2020, June 14, Siegen, Germany. (33)

    [3]    From: Colin Rose 
           Subject: CfP: Mapping Space, People and Objects: DH in Early Modern Studies (32)

    [4]    From: Peter Van Kranenburg 
           Subject: Second CfP 10th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (FMA2020) (68)

        Date: 2020-02-28 06:50:21+00:00
        From: iV_CGiV 
        Subject: IV2020_Vienna: DHKV- 8th International Symposium Digital Humanities Knowledge Visualization

Symposium on Visualization, Art, & Design - VAD

8^th International Symposium
Digital Humanities Knowledge Visualization
IV2020_Vienna 24^th  International Conference

Information Visualisation
28 - 31 July 2020
Technische Universität Wien - TU Wien ● Vienna ● Austria

submission portal: https://www.conftool.org/IV-austria-2020/

The Humanities has enjoyed a renaissance in the last two decades. This
has been largely facilitated by the acceptance of digital media as a
tool for the critical analysis of scholarly works. This new field, the
Digital Humanities, includes applied and theoretical use of digital
media. Increasingly, large collections of knowledge are being
investigated using digital tools. These tools assist in visualising the
knowledge contained in ways that expose new meanings and interpretations
of scholarly knowledge.

Our host, the International Information Visualisation Conference,
provides a uniquely propitious environment for a Digital Humanities
symposium. With other symposia spanning Information Visualisation Theory
& Practice to Visualisation in Software Engineering, attendees of the
Digital Humanities Knowledge Visualisation are well placed to make
serendipitous connections with technologists in similar fields.

This symposium seeks short and long papers on original and unpublished
work addressing, but not limited to, the following topics:

Culture and Heritage Knowledge Visualisation

Art and Design
Visualization techniques for text corpora
Virtual and built environments
Interactive systems
Infographic design and its associated process
Data mining in the humanities
Information design and modelling
Social Networks
Network graph visualisation of historical precedents
Digital media-enabled humanities research
Digital media assisted linguistics research
The digital arts, architecture, music, film, theatre, new media, digital
games, and related areas

Preconference course: Doctoral Research Workshop
Research Tutorial: Scientific Writing workshop
Researcher Link Forum: Research Project Collaboration
Focus Group Publication: Post-conference publication

Important Dates :

Submission of papers & Submission of tutorials:


All enquiries concerning Digital Humanities Knowledge Visualization
should be addressed to the conference coordinator:

Conference Co-ordinator
Email: iV_CGiV@graphicslink.co.uk


        Date: 2020-02-27 20:14:51+00:00
        From: Karin Hansson 
        Subject: CfP: Datafication and cultural heritage. ECSCW 2020, June 14, Siegen, Germany.

Call for proposals

Datafication and cultural heritage - provocations, threats, and design
A workshop at ECSCW 2020, June 14, in Siegen, Germany.

Increasing digitization and the emergence of new data sharing practices
are likely to change how our understanding of history is negotiated.
Archiving practices are not only fundamental for our understanding of
the past but vital in navigating the present. We have to pay particular
attention to the consequences of the interfaces that curate history,
especially in relation to big data. Crowdsourcing, social media, linked
open data, and other participatory and open science practices challenge
the archiving practices in cultural heritage institutions, but they also
open up new opportunities and practices when it comes to understanding
and defining our shared culture.

In this workshop we will bring together researchers who have studied
these issues or are working to develop critical perspectives on
archiving practices.

Deadline for submissions is April 3, 2020.

The maximum length of a position paper is 2,000 words. The papers should
follow the CSCW formatting guidelines 

Submissions and inquiries shall be sent to the following email address:

For more information about the workshop and suggested topics visit the
web page: https://dataficationandculturalheritage.blogs.dsv.su.se

        Date: 2020-02-27 20:14:21+00:00
        From: Colin Rose 
        Subject: CfP: Mapping Space, People and Objects: DH in Early Modern Studies

Dear all,

Please see the below CfP for a (relatively informal) DH workshop being
held at the University of Toronto this coming May. Cheers!

Mapping Space, People, and Objects: DH in Early Modern Studies

The Digitally Encoded Census Information and Mapping Archive (DECIMA)
along with the University of Toronto Anne Tannenbaum Centre for Jewish
Studies and the Toronto Renaissance and Reformation Colloquium invite
proposals for a 2-day DH workshop at the University of Toronto 2-3 May
2020.  We've gathered some digital humanities projects that deal with
rural environments, urban sounds, travelling books, and Venetian
patricians, and also welcome those with emerging or developing projects
to share new research results and discuss best practices for DH research
and teaching.  Please send 100-word proposals for a twenty-minute
presentation, or 200-word proposals for a themed group of three
presentations, to Colin Rose (crose@brocku.ca)
and Nicholas Terpstra (nicholas.terpstra@utoronto.ca) by 15 March 2020.

Colin Rose, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of History
Brock University | 573 Glenridge Ave | St. Catharines, ON  L2S 3A1
Tel:  905 688 5550 x 5554 | GLN 247
@crosehistorian / www.decima-map.net

Recently Released:/ A Renaissance of Violence: Homicide in Early Modern
Italy/, Cambridge UP, 2019.

        Date: 2020-02-27 16:56:44+00:00
        From: Peter Van Kranenburg 
        Subject: Second CfP 10th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (FMA2020)

10th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (FMA2020)

Dates: 29 June - 1 July 2020
Location: Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark

CfP Deadline: 1 April 2020.

General Chairs:
David Meredith (Aalborg University)
Darrell Conklin (University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU)

The International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis features research on
traditional music and musical cultural heritage from interdisciplinary
perspectives, including musicology, cultural studies, computer science
and music information retrieval.

FMA 2020 in Aalborg will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the workshop
series. For the first time FMA will collaborate with Springer, and full
papers will be published by Springer in post-workshop proceedings in the
Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) series.

The workshop includes a keynote talk by Dr. Bob Sturm (KTH Royal
Institute of Technology, Stockholm) and a lively social program,
featuring the sounds of the Scandinavian Bronze Age lur.


For FMA 2020 we invite contributions on the computational study of folk,
traditional and world musics. Topics of interest include but are not
limited to:

* Computational ethnomusicology
* Computational musicology
* Digital music libraries and archives
* Empirical and statistical approaches to music
* Formal and computational music analysis
* Machine learning for music analysis and generation
* Methods for music transcription and annotation
* Models of oral transmission of music
* Philosophical and aesthetic aspects
* Psychological    and cognitive aspects
* Representation and modelling
* Retrieval systems for non-Western and folk musics


Submission Deadline: 1 April 2020
Notification of Acceptance: 3 May 2020
Workshop: 29 June - 1 July 2020
Full Papers ready for inclusion in Springer proceedings: 22 July 2020


FMA 2020 invites submissions in the form of Full Papers (12-15 pages
Springer template, including headers and references) or Extended
Abstracts (4 pages Springer template, including headers and references).
Submissions should be made via EasyChair.

Author instructions and templates (Latex or Word) are available on the
Springer website under "Information for Authors of Springer Computer
Science Proceedings"

For further details see the FMA website: https://fma2020.aau.dk.

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