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  • GCDH :: Göttingen Dialog in Digital Humanities - Yuri Bizzoni, Angelo Del Grosso, Marianne Reboul: Diachronic Trends in Homeric translations
    Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Events Calendar View Göttingen Dialog in Digital Humanities Yuri Bizzoni Angelo Del Grosso Marianne Reboul Diachronic Trends in Homeric translations Göttingen Dialog in Digital Humanities Yuri Bizzoni Angelo Del Grosso Marianne Reboul Diachronic Trends in Homeric translations April 21 2015 5 00 pm to 7 00 pm This field of study is part of the more general Classical Receptions studies that try to analyse the influence and adaptation of classical texts in modern and contemporary literature theater cinema and so on While scholastic analyses of Greek texts are practiced since more than two thousand years research about classical translations is a relatively unexplored area In recent years this theme has raised a growing interest in the academic community With this intent we built a program that can align in blocks texts of extended length such as one book of the Odyssey without need of previous training segmentation or textual tagging Furthermore it behaves with reasonable results also on very free and literary translations a problem that wasn t generally considered by textual aligners since recent studies While other programs allow an upper bound for 1 to many alignments for example with a maximum of 4 translated elements aligned to the same original element this algorithm allows n to n alignments with no limit to the number of translated elements that can be aligned to an original or vice versa The aligner is based on

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/events/calendar-view/gottingen-dialog-digital-humanities-yuri-bizzoni-angelo-del-grosso-marianne-reboul-diachronic-trends-homeric-translations/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: Webmontag, GCDH
    Calendar View Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/events/calendar-view/webmonday-gcdh1/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: Göttingen Dialog in Digital Humanities - A Historical Geographic Information System (HGIS) of Nubia based on the William J. Bankes Archive (1815-1822)
    Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Events Calendar View Göttingen Dialog in Digital Humanities A Historical Geographic Information System HGIS of Nubia based on the William J Bankes Archive 1815 1822 Göttingen Dialog in Digital Humanities A Historical Geographic Information System HGIS of Nubia based on the William J Bankes Archive 1815 1822 June 09 2015 5 00 pm to 7 00 pm Speaker Daniele Salvoldi Freie Universität Berlin Germany The William J Bankes Archive Dorchester is an impressive collection of original material concerning the archaeological anthropological and natural heritage of Nubia and was amassed in the years 1815 1822 In the last two hundred years many geo human factors caused radical changes in the region

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/events/calendar-view/gottingen-dialog-digital-humanities-historical-geographic-information-system-hgis-nubia-based-william-j-bankes-archive-1815-1822/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: Göttingen Dialog in Digital Humanities - Stefan Jänicke, Judith Blumensteit et al: Visualizing the Results of Search Queries on Ancient Text Corpora with Tag Pies
    in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Events Calendar View Göttingen Dialog in Digital Humanities Stefan Jänicke Judith Blumensteit et al Visualizing the Results of Search Queries on Ancient Text Corpora with Tag Pies Göttingen Dialog in Digital Humanities Stefan Jänicke Judith Blumensteit et al Visualizing the Results of Search Queries on Ancient Text Corpora with Tag Pies April 28 2015 5 00 pm to 7 00 pm Widely used and perceived as being fun tag clouds are an important component in the social web to visualize summaries of textual data in an intuitive lucid manner Popular

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/events/calendar-view/gottingen-dialog-digital-humanities-stefan-janicke-judith-blumensteit-et-al-visualizing-results-search-queries-ancient-text-corp/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: Ben Wagner: "Zum Abschuss freigegeben: The slow death of Multi-Stakeholderism and the Morning After the End of the current Internet Governance regime"
    and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Events Calendar View Ben Wagner Zum Abschuss freigegeben The slow death of Multi Stakeholderism and the Morning After the End of the current Internet Governance regime Ben Wagner Zum Abschuss freigegeben The slow death of Multi Stakeholderism and the Morning After the End of the current Internet Governance regime April 15 2013 12 15 pm to 2 00 pm Ben Wagner from the Department of Political and Social Sciences European University Institute Italy gave a presentation as part of the Lecture Series Internet and Society His slides are available here Video to come at the end of the summer semester Multi stakeholderism is under attack by communities of practice across the world In the more developed states security communities are eyeing a way to gain greater control of a data bonanza while economic interests vie to see what forms of control can make profit or build the next monopoly In the less developed states non unreasonable concerns about U S control of large parts of the Internet infrastructure have made governments ever more aggressive in trying to contest multi stakeholder institutions This is not a new cold war rather it is the beginning of the slow death of multi stakeholderism Many constituencies around the world and indeed many Internet users have benefited from this model as they give more power than they would otherwise have or simply left to do what they wanted However increases in state desires for control the Net after the arab spring and greater interest from the military industrial complex make its survival highly unlikely in the long term Most importantly multi stakeholderism has never seriously answered the legitimacy question As such it lacks legitimacy as a

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/events/calendar-view/ben-wagner-zum-abschuss-freigegeben-the-slow-death-of-multi-stakeholderism-and-the-morning-after-the-end-of-the-current-internet-governance-regime/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: Dr. Joss Wright: "Investigating Geographical Variations in Internet Censorship"
    THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Events Calendar View Dr Joss Wright Investigating Geographical Variations in Internet Censorship Dr Joss Wright Investigating Geographical Variations in Internet Censorship October 22 2012 12 15 pm to 1 45 pm Dr Joss Wright vom Oxford Internet Institute hat im Rahmen der Interdisziplinären Vortragsreihe Internet Gesellschaft einen Vortrag zum Thema Through a Router Darkly Remote Investigation of Internet Censorship gehalten Die Slides sind hier Datum Montag 22 10 2012 Uhrzeit 12 15 13 45 Uhr Ort Oeconomicum der Universität Göttingen room 0 211 Filtering and censorship

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/events/calendar-view/dr.-joss-wright-oxford-internet-institute-investigating-geographical-variations-in-internet-censorship/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: Webmontag
    members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Events Calendar View Webmontag Webmontag May 07 2012 7 00 pm to 9 00 pm Webmontag is an informal non commercial and decentrally organised meeting with the aim of connecting all those who are contributing to the future of the Internet Inspired by the culture of Silicon Valley Webmontag started at the end of 2005 in Cologne as an attempt to bring some Californian sunshine to Germany Since then Webmontag has spread and grown fast there are now meetings in over 40 cities in Germany and Austria as well as in Sweden Silicon Valley and online As a meeting and focal point for local scenes addressing issues relating to Web 2 0 and internet start ups Webmontag has organised over 100 events and attracted over 1 000 participants with positive results We feel that a university town like Göttingen is still lacking such an informal forum for people who want to exchange ideas about Web 2 0 and 3 0 in a casual atmosphere The nearest Webmontag takes place in Hanover which represents relatively long trip We hope to attract every Monday at 7pm a lively group here in Göttingen around themes to do with the WWW The Göttingen Webmontag will take place at the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities GCDH Papendiek 16 opposite the Paulinerkirche We hope to draw participants of the southern Lower Saxony Everyone dealing with Web 2 0 3 0 and related topics and interested in sharing their knowledge and exchanging views are most welcome to participate Whether you are a inventor engineer designer founder or funder Webmontag is an opportunity to present your new product service start up or the next great idea to a

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/events/calendar-view/webmontag/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: DigLiGö - Digitale Literaturwissenschaft Göttingen
    at Göttingen University Services Events Göttingen Dialog in Digital Humanities Lecture series Internet Society Web Monday List View Calendar View Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Events Calendar View DigLiGö Digitale Literaturwissenschaft Göttingen DigLiGö Digitale Literaturwissenschaft Göttingen April 23 2015 10 00 am to 5 00 pm Ein grassroots Dialog zu Funktionen und Verfahrensweisen digitaler Methoden in den Philologien Die TeilnehmerInnen schildern in kurzen Werkstattberichten von ca 20 Minuten ihr digital literaturwissenschaftliches Projekt und gehen dabei auf Interessen Ziele auch derzeit unerreichbar scheinende Methoden Daten sowie offene Fragen und

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/events/calendar-view/digligo-digitale-literaturwissenschaft-gottingen/ (2016-02-14)
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