Text as the Next Frontier: Text Mining, NLP, and the Future of the Humanities / The tenth Lecture on Digital Humanities
"The Lectures on Digital Humanities" take place twice a semester and focus on linguistics cognitive practices, literary studies, media studies, and information studies in the Digital Era.
Jessie Labov - Director of Academic and Institutional Development at McDaniel College Budapest, and a Resident Fellow in the Center for Media, Data and Society at Central European University. Before coming to Budapest she was an Associate Professor in the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures at Ohio State University. Her book Transatlantic Central Europe: Contesting Geography and Redefining Culture Beyond the Nation (2019), on the relationship between émigré publishing and regional identity, was recently published by CEU Press. Her work in the digital humanities has included projects on canon formation, text mining, and visualizing the receptive pathways of literary journals (Reading Kultura From a Distance, 2015). Labov is currently working on a network analysis of the Radio Free Europe telex communication between 1954 and 1974, and vice-chair of the COST Action NEP4Dissent.
Varieties of Meaning and Content / The third "Context, Cognition and Communication"
The third Context, Cognition and Communication Conference will be hosted by the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw. The main theme of the conference is "Varieties of Meaning and Content".
International Conference "Convention and Revolution. Life writing by women in the 1800s and 1900s: archives, critiques and methods"
Organizers: Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Digital Humanities Laboratory of the University of Warsaw, Institute of Slavic Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Call for papers for the third issue of “Dzieciństwo. Literatura i Kultura” (“Childhood: Literature and Culture”)
The Editorial Team of “Dzieciństwo. Literatura i Kultura” (“Childhood: Literature and Culture”) invites you to submit articles in Polish and English for the journal’s third issue. The theme of the 1/2020 issue is Horror(s) of childhood and adolescence.
PoliSSH perspective on Horizon Europe
This event is organised jointly by the Polish Science Contact Agency in Brussels and National Contact Point for Research Programs of the European Union in Poland.