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Humanist Archives: June 11, 2020, 8:39 a.m. Humanist 34.101 - events: digital archives (DADH2020, Academia Sinica); Digital Classicist Seminar Berlin

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 34, No. 101.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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    [1]    From: Chao-Lin Liu 
           Subject: DADH2020 CFP (126)

    [2]    From: Annette von Stockhausen 
           Subject: CfP Digital Classicist Seminar Berlin 2020/21 (97)

        Date: 2020-06-10 19:23:42+00:00
        From: Chao-Lin Liu 
        Subject: DADH2020 CFP

DADH 2020
The Eleventh International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital

Time: 1-4 December 2020
Venue: Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan

Important Dates
2020/07/15 (Wed) Paper abstracts / Poster abstracts / Panel proposals due
2020/08/31 (Mon) Acceptance notifications
2020/10/15 (Thu) Full paper submissions due
2020/12/01 (Tue)-12/04 (Fri) Conference

About the Conference

Since its first meeting at the end of 2009, the International Conference of
Digital Archives and Digital Humanities (DADH) has utilized its yearly
theme and programming agenda to collaboratively investigate ways to
integrate modern information technology into the exploration of the
traditional humanities field, and to furthermore exceed the limitations in
humanities research put in place by more conventional data and topics. We
have polished our scholarship over the past decade. As the Chinese idiom
goes, 'It takes ten years to sharpen a sword' - and we are ready to cut a
path into new frontiers in the second decade of our endeavor. The Academia
Sinica Center for Digital Cultures will be the host of the 11th
International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities (DADH
2020). We hereby invite all scholars to join us in this great undertaking.

Facing the ascendance of digital humanities as a rapidly flourishing field,
this year's conference will continue examining the many aspects of research
in digital humanities. In addition, the theme of this year's conference
will be 'Smart Data - Digital Humanities.' We call on scholars to pool
their knowledge to explore how we can convert massive quantities of
disparate data preserved in digital archives, by means of the latest
technological developments in semantic web and artificial intelligence, to
enable large databases to serve not only as data silos passively searched
by researchers, but to go further and become able to actively respond to
researchers' queries and ideas, providing knowledge graphs that dynamically
link people to answers. In short, structuring data to make it more usable.

Due to the ongoing uncertainty of the current global COVID-19 pandemic, our
ability to gather for in-person discussion may be impacted. Therefore, this
year's conference will be carried out through live online video
conferencing technology. We welcome all those who share an interest in the
development of digital humanities research to partake in our mutual
exchange of knowledge across the online cloud. Together, we will reflect on
the many possibilities explored and yet to be explored on the future
horizons of digital humanities.

Call for Papers

Topics of Interest

We invite submissions of abstracts relating (but not limited) to the
following aspects of smart data and digital humanities:

1. Development of Theory in Digital Humanities and Smart Data-related Fields
++++ Digital humanities-related fields, including: research data
management, data visualization
++++ Information science-related fields, including: AI, big data, smart
data, linked data
++++ Data modeling structures, including: ontologies, classification systems

2. Digital Humanities Research and Smart Data Management and Distribution
++++ Research data integration models, management workflows, data
compatibility formats
++++ Digital document infrastructure
++++ Data cleaning methods
++++ Search models and database models
++++ Distribution, maintenance, and digital publication

3. Digital Humanities Research and Smart Data Processing and Analysis
++++ Digital humanities research and smart data exploration technology
++++ Smart data calculation tools
++++ Analysis methods for digital humanities research and smart data

4. Foundational Equipment and Systems
++++ Open source tools for digital humanities research
++++ Smart data machine calculation models, data processing frameworks
++++ System frameworks and hardware required to process smart data

5. Cases of Smart Data Applied to Digital Humanities Research
++++ DH history and philosophy cases
++++ DH social issue investigations
++++ Research data distribution services
++++ DH cross-domain / industrial application cases

6. Extending the Field of Digital Humanities Research and Smart Data
++++ Data provider cooperation models
++++Information security measures
++++Data application ethics
++++ Researchers' approaches to research

Submission Guidelines

1. Submission formats: paper abstract, poster abstract, or panel proposal
2. Format requirements:
++++ Paper abstract: 1,000 – 3,000 words
++++ Full paper: 10-15 pages
++++ Poster abstract: 500 – 1,500 words
++++ Panel proposal: at least 1,500 words (The proposal should provide an
overview and the abstracts of 3-4 papers)
3. Submission languages: Chinese, English
4. Stay tuned to this website for future announcements.

Post-Conference Publication

After the conference, authors are invited to revise and submit their papers
for review. After review, papers will be included in the Journal of Digital
Archives and Digital Humanities published by the Taiwanese Association for
Digital Humanities. See future announcements regarding important dates and
formatting for publication.

Important Dates

2020/07/15 (Wed) Paper abstracts / Poster abstracts / Panel proposals due
2020/08/31 (Mon) Acceptance notifications sent out
2020/10/15 (Thu) Full paper submissions due
2020/12/01 (Tue)-12/04 (Fri) Conference
Fulbright and TUSA Scholar @ Harvard University 2016-2017
Department of Computer Science, National Chengchi University, Taiwan

        Date: 2020-06-10 18:58:48+00:00
        From: Annette von Stockhausen 
        Subject: CfP Digital Classicist Seminar Berlin 2020/21

Dear colleagues,

In October the 7th series of “Digital Classicist Seminar Berlin“ will
be launched. We are looking for contributions from all fields of
“Altertumswissenschaften”. The deadline for submissions is 31 July 2019.
Please send this along to anyone you think will be interested!

Annette v. Stockhausen


We are pleased to announce the call for papers for the seventh series of
the Digital Classicist Seminar Berlin, organised by the "Zentrum
Grundlagenforschung Alte Welt" of the Berlin Brandenburg Academy of
Sciences and Humanities together with the Berliner Antike Kolleg. The
seminar will run during the winter term of the 2020/21 academic year.
We invite submissions on any kind of research that innovativly employs
digital methods, resources or technologies in order to enable a better
or new understanding of the ancient world. We especially encourage
contributions which show how computer assisted technologies provide
answers to questions intrinsic to a field of research or to questions of
interdisciplinary interest.

Presentations may cover one of the following topics which make the
cultural heritage accessible and deepen our understanding of it: machine
learning, linked open data and the semantic web, spatial and network
analysis, natural language processing, image processing and
visualisation, 3D developments, techniques to be used for an open
science, digital (critical) editions, and any other digital or
quantitative methods. Other and new ideas are very welcome!

Abstracts of 300-500 words max. (bibliographic references excluded)
should be sent by midnight (CEST) on 31 July 2020 to Markus Schnöpf
(schnoepf@bbaw.de) and will be anonymized in the review process. We do
accept abstracts written in English as well as in German, and the
presentations can also be held in either language. When submitting the
same proposal for consideration to multiple venues, please do let us know.

Seminars will run fortnightly on Tuesday evenings (16:15-17:45) from
October 2020 until February 2021. The full programme will be finalised
and announced in August. We endeavour to provide accommodation for the
speakers and contribute towards their travel expenses.


Wir freuen uns, hiermit den Call for Papers für die siebente Reihe des
Digital Classicist Seminar Berlin im Wintersemester 2020/21 bekannt
geben zu können. Diese Seminarreihe wird vom Zentrum Grundlagenforschung
Alte Welt an der Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften in
Zusammenarbeit mit dem Berliner Antike Kolleg durchgeführt.

Sie sind herzlich dazu eingeladen, Beiträge einzureichen, welche die
innovative Anwendung moderner digitaler Methoden, Ressourcen und
Techniken in den verschiedensten Bereichen einer weitgefassten
Altertumswissenschaft thematisieren. Wir begrüßen insbesondere
Vorschläge, aus denen hervorgeht, wie dank der Anwendung
computergestützter Technologien sowohl fachimmanente als auch
fachübergreifende Fragen beantwortet werden können.
Die Vorträge können beispielsweise folgende Themenbereiche zur
Erschließung und dem vertieften Verständnis des kulturellen Erbes
behandeln: Maschinelles Lernen, Linked Open Data und Semantic Web, Raum-
und Netzwerk-Analyse, Techniken für Open Science, Bildverarbeitung und
Visualisierung, 3D-Entwicklungen, moderne Editionstechniken, maschinelle
Sprachverarbeitung etc. Weitere, neue Ideen sind sehr willkommen!

Vorschläge im Umfang von 300-500 Wörtern (bibliographische Angaben
ausgenommen) können bis spätestens Mitternacht (MESZ) am 31. Juli 2020
an Markus Schnöpf (schnoepf@bbaw.de) gesendet werden und werden vor dem
review process anonymisiert. Ihre Zusammenfassung des geplanten
Vortrages kann in deutscher oder englischer Sprache eingereicht werden,
die beiden Sprachen sind auch die Arbeitssprachen im Seminar. Bitte
teilen Sie uns mit, ob der gleiche Vortrag bereits bei anderen
Veranstaltungsreihen oder Konferenzen eingereicht wurde.

Die Seminare werden von Oktober 2020 bis Februar 2021 alle 14 Tage
jeweils dienstags um 16.15-17.45 Uhr stattfinden. Das vollständige
Programm wird im August bekannt gegeben werden. Die Vortragenden werden
so weit wie möglich bei der Finanzierung ihrer Reise- und
Unterkunftskosten unterstützt. Nähere Informationen dazu werden bei der
Veröffentlichung des Programms mitgeteilt.

Dr. Annette von Stockhausen
Die alexandrinische und antiochenische Bibelexegese in der Spätantike
– Arbeitsstellenleiterin –
Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften
Jägerstraße 22/23,  D-10117 Berlin (Postadresse)
Unter den Linden 8, D-10117 Berlin (Besucheradresse)
Email: annette.von_stockhausen@bbaw.de
Tel.: +49-30-20370-329
Twitter: @bibelexegese

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