VeDPH Seminars in Digital and Public Humanities, Autumn term 2021

The VeDPH is glad to inform you that the new series of seminars in
'Digital and Public Humanities' will start soon. The series is organized
by the Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities (VeDPH), the
Department of Humanities and in collaboration with Centro Studi
Archeologia Venezia (CeSAV) of the Ca' Foscari University, Venice.

Here is the full programme:

22 September 2021 - "Open Social Scholarship and Engaged Publics in
Digital Humanities",
Ray Siemens, Alyssa Arbuckle (University of Victoria)

6 October 2021 - "Producing Knowledge in the Virtual Space: Approaching
Archaeological Data from a Reflexive Digital Perspective",
Nicolò Dell’Unto (Lunds Universitet)

20 October 2021 - "Resources, Tools and New Chances of Digital
Humanities for Cultural Heritage:
Academia and Calcografica Databases",
Rita Bernini, José María Luzón, Maria Cristina Misiti (Istituto Centrale
per la Grafica - Museo de la Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San
Fernando - Independent Scholar)

17 November 2021 - "Semantic Web and Authoritative Humanities Data",
Marilena Daquino (Università di Bologna)

15 December 2021 - "Historical Cartography and Public History",
Arturo Gallia (Università Roma Tre)

All the seminars will be held online, starting at 5.00 p.m.

More details upcoming soon on: