Digital Humanities: Now and Beyond
The keynotes by Jeffrey Schnapp (Harvard University) and John Naughton (University of Cambridge) will discuss their respective visions of Digital Humanities.
Prominent Danish scholars within digital humanities will present on both the critical-problematic perspectives of the Humanities turned Digital or present their own research projects within the area of Digital Humanities.
Talks will be in English.
|Programme 17 April 2013|
|10.00-10.15||Welcome and introduction by organizer Associate Professor Mia Rendix and Dean of the Humanities, Professor Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld|
|10.15-11.00||Keynote by Professor Jeffrey Schnapp (Harvard University)|
|11.15-12.15||Keynote by John Naughton (Cambridge University)|
|13.30-14.00||Lecture: Professor Helle Porsdam (University of Copenhagen)|
|14.00-14.30||Introduction of the Danish DigHumLab, by Associate Professor Erik Champion (University of Aarhus)|
|14.45-15.15||Lecture Professor Lars Ole Sauerberg (University of Southern Denmark)|
|15.15-15.45||Lecture Associate Professor Niels Brügger (University of Aarhus)|
|14.45-16.30||Round-table discussion – chaired by Professor Thomas Ryberg (University of Aalborg)|
Please sign up for the conference at this link (participation is free of charge).
If a cancellation is received after 8 April 2013 and/or the participant fails to attend, the participant will be charged an administration fee of 100 Danish crowns (DKK).
Organizer: Associate Professor Mia Rendix, Aalborg University – Denmark
Note: Flights to Aalborg Airport: http://www.aal.dk/direkte-ruter/#.UVwfAlejaPw Norwegian offer many cheap flight connections or one can connect via Copenhagen, Berlin and others.
Billund airport (2-3 hours away) is serviced BA; Ryan air; KLM, Air France; Lufthansa; SAS; and Norwegian.