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Digital Humanities Lab attends Meeting C++, Berlin

Early December, Julian Gonggrijp represented the Digital Humanities Lab at the Meeting C++ conference in Berlin. Developers of varying backgrounds and nationalities convened there to discuss the ins and outs of…

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Event: Databases for Young Historians

Date: January 25th, 26th, 27th and February 19th, 2016 Time: 10am-5pm Venue: Huygens ING, The Hague Open to: RMa Students, PhD candidates (limited to 15 participants) Fee: free ECTS: 2…

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Niels Steenbergen: A new developer at the DH Lab

Since last week, the team of the Digital Humanities Lab has gained a new Developer. Niels Steenbergen was added to the team of developers that are already working there. We…

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Making Sense of Digital Spaghetti

Background Increasingly, research in all disciplines, from the natural sciences to social sciences and humanities, involves big data. The availability of vast amounts of textual, audio-visual and structured data from…

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Utrecht Seminar for Cultural History

During the Utrecht Seminar for Cultural History on 17 December, Jesper Verhoef MA (Cultural History) will speak about the use of computational tools in historical research. Verhoef will discuss the implications of…

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Researchers raise grant for Colouring Book App

Researchers have succeeded in raising funds for one of the tools built by the Digital Humanities Lab. Dr. Manuela Pinto and dr. Shalom Zuckermann have received the Added Value through Humanities grant…

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DH Lab Developer Paper accepted in CLIN26

A paper written by Martijn van der Klis, who works as a developer for the Digital Humanities Lab in Utrecht, has been accepted into CLIN26, or the 26th Meeting of…

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