Posts Tagged "digital humanities"

STSM Virtual Knowledge (Exploring Research Methodology and Epistemology in Humanities, Film Studies and Social Sciences) Report of Senka Anastasova

STSM Virtual Knowledge (Exploring Research Methodology and Epistemology in Humanities, Film Studies and Social Sciences) Report of Senka Anastasova

A Short Scientific Report after completion of the Short Term Scientific Mission at Faculty of Fine Arts School of Film Studies, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece concerning  the research Virtual Knowledge (Exploring Research Methodology and Epistemology in Humanities, Film Studies and Social Sciences)   The main aim of this short…

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After “The role of knowledge maps for access to digital archives” – a workshop report

After “The role of knowledge maps for access to digital archives” – a workshop report

Report of the COST TD1210 Workshop “The role of knowledge maps for access to Digital Archives“ Some COST funded meetings have the essence of COST all in a nutshell; and Milena Dobreva as a Local Organizer seems to have a specific gift to bring this to life. Two years ago…

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STSM Peter Richmond @ the Racah Institute of Physics, Jerusalem, Israel

  • 13th February 2014
STSM Peter Richmond @ the Racah Institute of Physics, Jerusalem, Israel

Peter Richmond visits Professor Solomon and colleagues of Hebrew University of Jerusalem to explore two specific topics that span complex networks and emergent phenomena. First, methods to study cheating in examinations especially those based on multiple-choice methods will be discussed. These are used in both the medical and amateur radio…

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Complexity in the Digital Humanities – Amsterdam

Complexity in the Digital Humanities – Amsterdam

In KnowEscape we have an unique combination of experts from vary different scientific fields. A red line and common shared interest is the discovery of structure and patterns in traces of cultural heritage. To analyze and understand human culture (past, present, future) is probably the biggest challenge for complexity research….

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