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  • GCDH :: Past Events
    Erben der Zweiund Siebzig im 21 Jahrhundert Das Potential digitaler Forschung der LXX von der Datenerschließung zur Analyse The heirs of the Seventy two in the 21st century the potential of digital research of the LXX from data to analysis Conference on the topic of the Coptic Septuagint in celebration of Peter Nagel s life s work on 26 und 27 April 2013 at the Coptic Orthodox Monastery Brenkhausen 12 April 2013 Dr Juan Garcés Digitising Codex Sinaiticus Talk at Lausanne Conference L édition du Nouveau Testament et des manuscrits grecs dans la culture digitale 10 April 2013 Workshop Advanced Methods in Multispectral Imaging A workshop organised by the FoLL Project Biblical Manuscripts in the Digital Age and the PALAMEDES Project 20 Feb 2013 Dr Juan Garcés Big Data Das Schlagwort der Informationsgesellschaft Talk to the Custodians of Academic Collections Göttingen State and University Library 13 Dec 2012 Dr Christof Schöch Stylometrische Experimente oder Autorschaft und Gattungszugehörigkeit im französischen Theater der Klassik at the Göttinger philologisches Forum 6 Dec 2012 Dr Juan Garcés Digital Humanities the cultural evolution Annual eHumanities Lecture KNAW eHumanities Group Amsterdam The Netherlands 10 Oct 2012 Dr Juan Garcés Clemens Neudecker Zeki Mustafa Dogan Sven Schlarb A Service Oriented Architecture for Collaborative Workflow Development and Experimentation eHumanities Seminar 2012 Leipzig University Germany 9 Oct 2012 Prof Gerhard Lauer Reading in the digital age Guest lecture at the State Parliament of Lower Saxony on 9 October 2012 8 Oct 2012 Prof Gerald Spindler Wissenschaft und Verlage am Scheideweg Talk as part of the Workshop Legal framework of academy projects organised by the Working Group Electronic Publishing of the Union of Academies 4 Oct 2012 Prof Gerhard Lauer Objects as digital data Talk as part of the Objects of Knowledge Symposium held at the Heyne Haus on 4 Oct 2012 3 4 Sept 2012 Sharing Ancient Wisdoms SAWS Workshop organised by the Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities 16 July 2012 Prof Axel Bruns Queensland University of Technology Australia Mapping Online Publics Die Rolle von Twitter in der öffentlichen Kommunikation 12 July 2012 Prof Joep Leersen History University of Amsterdam Lichtenberg Kolleg SpInTime Dynamically visualizing how diffusion patterns evolve over space and time 14 June 2012 Dr Matthias Lang and Geoff Carver Der steinige Weg zur digitalen Archäologie 12 June 2012 Prof Kathleen Fitzpatrick Director of Scholarly Communication Modern Language Association Planned obsolescence Publishing Technology and the Future of the Academy 6 June 2012 Dr Juan Garcés Participation in Roundtable Bible and Technology Now and Then SBL International Meeting King s College London UK 24 25 April 2012 Workshop Text and Opinion Mining in Humanities and Religious Studies Research Initiated by Prof Dr Andreas Grünschloß and Prof Dr Gerhard Lauer 19 March 2012 Dr Juan Garcés and Zeki Mustafa Dogan Service oriented digital textual scholarship as an emerging paradigm Conference Scholarly Digital Editions Tools and Infrastructure Huygens ING The Netherlands 9 Feb 2012 Dr Juan Garcés and Matthew Munson The Septuagint and the future of Biblical Studies Workshop

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  • GCDH :: Videos
    auf dem Buch Cyberscience 2 0 Research in the Age of Digital Social Networks von Michael Nentwich und René König Frankfurt New York Campus 2012 gibt der Vortrag erste Antworten You must install Adobe Flash to view this content Marco Schmitt Offene Wissenschaft oder geschlossene Gemeinschaften Internettechnologien und wissenschaftliche Diversität 29 April 2013 Marco Schmitt ist wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Soziologischen Forschungsinstitut und Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Er beschäftigt sich in seinem Vortrag mit der Rolle von Internettechnologien in der Wissenschaft Offenheit ist seit jeher eine Grundbedingung funktionierender Wissenschaft Die Veröffentlichung wissenschaftlicher Ergebnisse die freie Auswahl wissenschaftlicher Problemstellungen und Lösungswege und der offene Zugang für jedermann zu diesen Ergebnissen Problemen und Lösungswegen bilden Kernelemente wissenschaflichen Erkenntnisfortschritts Gleichzeitig gehören zur wissenschaflichen Arbeit aber auch Schließungsprozesse die mit der Selektion hoher Qualität und der Ausdifferenzierung von immer mehr wissenschaftlichen Fachgemeinschaften und ihren eigenen Sprachen Konzepten Methoden Denk und Publikationsweisen zu tun haben Offenheit als Ausgangspunkt und Schließung als Prozess bilden einen Widerspruch der heute häufig durch einen Rückgriff auf den Diversitätsbegriff bearbeitet wird Während die Frage nach einer angemessenen und notwendigen Diversität häufig im Zusammenhang mit den neuen Governance Modellen der Wissenschaft gestellt wird haben auch die zahlreichen wissenschaftsbezogenen Internettechnologien einen erheblichen Einfluss Dies ist insbesondere deshalb interessant weil das Internet ebenfalls einer Debatte um Offenheit und Schließung ausgesetzt ist Dabei wird deutlich dass es um dominante Ausrichtungen der technologischen Weiterentwicklung geht Während relevanzbasierte Technologien wie Suchmaschinen und Networking Seiten Schließungstendenzen zu befördern scheinen nutzen eine ganze Reihe von Technologien Wisdom of the Crowds Ansätze um Austausch Transparenz und Beteiligunschancen zu erhöhen Mit dem Konzept der wissenschaftlichen Internetnutzungs und Publikationsstile sollen unterschiedliche mögliche Entwicklungslinien aufgezeigt werden die Öffnungs oder Schließungstendenzen für die Wissenschaft implizieren You must install Adobe Flash to view this content Dr Stéphanie Wojcik Exploring the role of online political expression for political participation The case of the French webcampaign in 2012 22 April 2013 Stéphanie Wojcik is lecturer in communication studies at the Department of political and public communication University of Paris Est Créteil CEDITEC France She focuses on the role of the Internet in the French webcampaign of 2012 During the last presidential campaign in France all political parties have set up numerous online devices allowing people to take part in the campaign either online or in more traditional face to face modes e g canvassing meetings Besides their presence on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter their campaign websites in private spaces for which a registration is needed provide campaign material give advice and suggest actions so that the ideas of their candidate could be widely disseminated online or not Political parties also proposed to their sympathizers many contents to share or to create themselves e g online video infographies or to comment broadcast events such as TV debates between candidates through the use of hashtags on Twitter However the ideas of a political supply and a demand are actually challenged by the development of the internet and the Web 2 0 Citizens can now contribute to the production of political discourses and to the campaigns on a more daily and intense basis The presentation will deal with two main questions 1 Are the tools proposed by political parties really used or would people prefer to talk politics or campaign in spaces which were not designed by political parties 2 What is the meaning of these forms of online political expression Are they linked with offline political participation and with positive perceptions of politics We will be presenting some preliminary results from a survey carried out after the second ballot with French internet users who have taken part in the campaign You must install Adobe Flash to view this content Ben Wagner Zum Abschuss freigegeben The slow death of Multi Stakeholderism and the Morning After the End of the current Internet Governance regime 15 April 2013 Ben Wagner from the Department of Political and Social Sciences European University Institute Italy gave on the future of Internet governance His slides are available here He argues that 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 Read more here You must install Adobe Flash to view this content Dr Yana Breindl Die Regulierung von online Inhalten in liberalen Demokratien eine vergleichende Analyse 25 Februar 2013 Yana Breindl ist wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Institut für Politikwissenschaft und Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Sie argumentiert dass die Forschung zur Regulierung von online Inhalten und technischen Möglichkeiten der Kontrolle z B Netzsperren sich oft auf autoritäre Regime beschränkt Doch in westlichen Staaten die sich langfristig für Meinungsfreiheit und Menschenrechte einsetzen werden Internet filter zunehmend diskutiert und auch implementiert Technische Möglichkeiten der Inhaltskontrolle haben sich zu einer globalen Norm entwickelt und werden vermehrt von privaten Akteuren und auch Staaten eingesetzt um gegen Kinderpornografie Extremismus Gewalt Drogen und anderen sozialen Problemfeldern anzugehen Das Forschungsprojekt führt eine vergleichende Analyse der Inhaltsregulierung im Internet in 23 liberalen Demokratien durch Inhaltsregulierungen existieren in den meisten Staaten und können durch historische soziale und politische Faktoren erklärt werden Die Digitalisierung von Inhalten und die Konvergenz verschiedener Medien auf das Internet stellen aber neue Herausforderungen für Staaten und private Akteure da Darüber hinaus bieten sie aber auch neue Möglichkeiten der Kontrolle die zu einem Machtkampf verschiedener politischer ökonomischer und bürgerrechtlicher Interessen führen Der Vortrag präsentiert einige dieser Konflikte in liberalen Demokratien und prüft Ansätze um Gemeinsamkeiten und Unterschiede zwischen den Ländern zu erforschen 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    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/events/videos/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: THATCamp Göttingen
    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 THATCamp Göttingen The Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities GCDH hosted Göttingen s first THATCamp in September 2014 The Humanities and Technology Camp THATCamp is an informal conference bringing people together who are interested in humanities and technology As an unconference the programme is put together by the participants during the event itself However informal does not mean disorganised but hands on interactive and of course fun THATCamp Göttingen took place on 22 23 September 2014 It is being organised as a pre conference event of the 50 th Convention of German Historian s Historikertag one of Europe s largest humanities conferences As well as historians we welcome all humanities researchers regardless of discipline and of how digital you are There are many examples of THATCamps that have taken place around the world as well as several in Europe including Luxembourg 2012 Paris 2012 Ghent 2013 and The Hague 2014 Here are some examples of the types of sessions that you can expect Digital Literacy for Historians Luxembourg Hacking Humanist a modest introduction to python Paris Graphic Data Visualisation Ghent Coding the humanities The Hague THATCamp Göttingen is open to anyone with an interest and enthusiasm for the humanities or technology

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  • GCDH :: Konferenz "#DigitalHumanities in der Praxis"
    Erfahrung mit den Ansätzen und Methoden der Digital Humanities ist es Zeit zu rekapitulieren Im Digital Humanities Forschungsverbund der vom Niedersächsischen Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur gefördert wurde arbeiten H istoriker und Philologen Politologen und Soziologen mit Informationswissenschaftlern und Programmierern zusammen Zu den direkten Partnern gehören neben der Georg August Universität Göttingen der Niedersächsischen Staats und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen und der Gesellschaft für wissenschaftliche Datenverarbeitung Göttingen GWDG auch die Göttinger Akademie der Wissenschaften die Wolfenbütteler Herzog August Bibliothek und das Max Planck Institut zur Erforschung multireligiöser und multiethnischer Gesellschaften Bei der Kooperation geht es um den Aufbau digitaler Ressourcen und deren Nutzung aber auch um die Etablierung eines DH Lehrprogramms am Standort Die Konferenz findet ganztägig am Montag 1 Juni 2015 im Alfred Hessel Saal im Historischen Gebäude der SUB Göttingen statt Papendiek 14 E ine Wortwolke der erwähnten Formate Methoden Datenquellen und Software würde ungefähr so aussehen Semantic Web XML TEI RDF TextGrid OCR Wikis Twitter Network Analysis Gephi Python Java arXiv org ATLAS ti GIS imeji Das technologische Know how und die verschiedenen Datengrundlagen dienen dabei immer dazu die geisteswissenschaftliche Forschung zu unterstützen Die einzelnen Vorträge bieten dementsprechend ergebnisorientierte Einblicke in die verschiedenen Teilprojekte Deutlich wird dabei wie durch gemeinsame Probleme und Lösungsansätze beim Umgang mit digitalen Daten die Kooperation über Fächergrenzen hinweg auf neue Weisen möglich ist Die Praktiken der Digital Humanities befinden sich in einer lebendigen Entwicklung dabei helfen sie neuartige geisteswissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse zu generieren die den Fachdisziplinen zugespielt werden können und neue Fragen und Antworten liefern Die Teilnahme an der Veranstaltung ist kostenfrei und steht für alle Interessierten offen Sie richtet sich dabei insbesondere an Lehrende und Studierende am Göttingen Campus die Einblicke in die digitale Forschung am Standort gewinnen möchten Aber auch auswärtige Zuhörer sind herzlich willkommen Die Konferenzsprache ist zumeist Deutsch Bei Fragen wenden

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  • GCDH :: Projects
    Several projects are in the planning phase Projects already under way include Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV Funded for three years by the Lower Saxony Ministry of Research and Culture as part of the Lower Saxony Advance Niedersächsisches Vorab of the Volkswagen Foundation VolkswagenStiftung the Digital Humanities Research Collaboration has the aim to visibly establish Digital Humanities in the DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum This sub project has the task of implementing the memory function of digital libraries and virtual museums with historical text corpora and archaeological objects The resulting research will be innovative since it represents a change of focus away from canonical works of art towards highly diverse DHFV TP2 Internet and Society The focus of the Internet and Society project is to investigate how the ubiquity of digital technologies shapes and is shaped by social and political practices and to promote the use of digital tools and techniques within social science research Three research institutes participate in this DHFV TP3a Infrastructure The coordination of a sustainable infrastructure within the field of digital humanities is essential for its success The objectives of TP3a Infrastructure focus on two main areas Concept of a sustainable and comprehensive research infrastructure and Data Management DHFV TP3b Teaching Bringing the fields of Informatics and Arts Humanities and the Social Sciences together is probably the most crucial aim of this sub project Also setting up a bachelor and master programme in the Digital Humanities will be essential The targeted audience is people who are interested in working DARIAH The Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities DARIAH Project is a large international enterprise with the aim to enhance and support digitally enabled research across the Arts and Humanities eTRACES eTRACES is project undertaken in collaboration with the Natural Language Processing team

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  • GCDH :: Digital Humanities Research Collaboration (DHFV)
    for Digital Humanities GCDH Made up of many prominent personalities from the international DH community the GCDH s Advisory Board provides the project with expert guidance in the area of DH As a joint research project DHFV brings together several well known institutions from Lower Saxony that are active in fields such as digital infrastructures research and teaching The overall aim they share is to refine the new and quickly evolving research area of the Digital Humanities within the three year project duration so as to demonstrate its added value for the Arts and Humanities as a whole DHFV is aided in achieving this aim by the special scholarly conditions that exist on the Goettingen Research Campus conditions that are unique in Germany The existence of so many tightly knit scholarly networks in such a small geographical area allows the Research Campus to join together institutions both inside and outside the university This allows the project to include as cooperating partners not only university institutions the Institutes for Archaeology Political Science and Sociology the Centre for Computational Sciences the Goettingen State and University Library and the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities but also external research organisations Herzog August Library Wolfenbüttel the Göttingen Academy of Sciences and Humanities the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity and the university computing centre GWDG The Research Association s objective is to implement the Digital Humanities in both the research and teaching of the individual Arts and Humanities disciplines on the Göttingen Research Campus The pilot projects in the DHFV framework are expected to provide the starting point of the DH implementation To this end within the Research Association the creation of digital infrastructures is combined with selected disciplines and their research questions with the intention to show what will

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  • GCDH :: DHFV - TP1 Digital library and virtual museum
    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 Projects DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum Digital Humanities Research Collaboration Sub project 1 Digital Library and Virtual Museum The Humanities have an essential responsibility over against the research community and society at large to preserve and reconstruct our cultural memory Digital Humanities approaches allow the Humanities to assume that memory function via digital libraries and virtual museums built in a previously unimaginable quality and scale and capable of reaching an almost global audience Sub project 1 Digital Library and Virtual Museum has the task of implementing

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  • GCDH :: DHFV - TP2 Internet and Society
    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 Projects DHFV TP2 Internet and Society Digital Humanities Research Collaboration Sub project 2 Internet and Society The focus of the Internet and Society project is to investigate how the ubiquity of digital technologies shapes and is shaped by social and political practices and to promote the use of digital tools and techniques within social science research Three research institutes participate in this project by focusing on the following areas of inquiry Institute of Political Science University of Göttingen Prof Andreas Busch and Yana Breindl from the Institute of Political Science investigate Internet content regulation in liberal democracies by carrying out a comparative public policy analysis Read more Institute for Sociology University of Göttingen and Sociological Research Institute SOFI Prof Volker Wittke Marco Schmitt and Heidi Hanekop from the Institute for Sociology and Sociological Research Institute focus on implications of Internet technologies for scientific publications the development of new research practices within scientific collaboration networks and how research diversity is effected by the ongoing changes Read more Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and

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