“Early Digital Computing in Central and Eastern Europe” - Cluj Napoca, 27-29 November 2017
Join us November 27-29, 2017 at the Babeș-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, Romania for the first international conference on Early Digital Computing in Central and Eastern Europe, organized by the Transylvania Digital Humanities Centre (DigiHUBB).
Lecture@DigiHUBB: "Tehnologii năucitoare" (Bewildering Technologies), Liviu Pop
How did the French looms influence the creation of modern computers? Who was the first female programmer in the world? How can we listen to the first song ever recorded? How did the first GIFs look like? Who were the first Luddites? In this public lecture, Liviu Pop explored the strengths and weaknesses of technologies and the nuisance that it causes.
Lecture@DigiHUBB: "The Long Way to a Scholarly Edition", Christian Schwaderer
It was a great pleasure to welcome Christian Schwaderer at DigiHUBB for his first lecture delivered in Cluj-Napoca, titled “The Long Way to a Scholarly Edition. Technical Skills Necessary and Ways to Deal With Data Complexity”. The public lecture took place on Wednesday, the 27th of January, 2016 at 17:00, in Sala Club of the Academic College (Faculty of European Studies, 1 Emmanuel de Martone Street).
Dr. Schwaderer is a Medievalist who specializes in the historiography of the 11th and 12th century Central Europe. His wider research interests include digital scholarly editing, matters of usability, interactive user design and long-term preservation of digital editions. A recent research endeavor of Dr. Christian Schwaderer has been a Digital Edition of a Latin Chronicle originating from South East Germany. You can find out more about our guest on Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen’s website, here: http://www.mittelalter.uni-tuebingen.de/?q=personen%2Fschwaderer%2Fschwaderer.htm
Lecture@DigiHUBB: "An introduction to the histories of Digital Humanities", Julianne Nyhan
Julianne Nyhan, Assistant Professor in Digital Information Studies at UCL’s Department of Information Studies, London, UK, has delighted the audience with a lecture about the diverse traditions of Digital Humanities.
You can find out mre about our distinguished guest lecturer here: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/dis/people/juliannenyhan
Lecture@DigiHUBB: "Humanities Research in the 21th Century. The Methodological Turn", Susan Schreibman