Nodes & Networks in the Humanities: Geometries, Relationships, Processes

Friday, September 12, 2014 - 12:00am to Saturday, September 13, 2014 - 12:00am
The Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Kansas is pleased to announce that registration is now open for our Fall 2014 Digital Humanities Forum, September 12-13, 2014 at Watson Library and the Kansas Union. This year's Forum includes three keynote talks, several hands-on workshops, and a day of presentations and poster sessions on the theme of "Nodes & Networks in the Humanities: Geometries, Relationships, Processes."
The Forum features the following events:
Friday, September 12
* Introduction to Visualization Principles of Relational Structures
(Isabel Meirelles, Northeastern University)
* Introduction to Complex Network Analysis: Micro, Meso and Macro Perspectives
(Michele Coscia, Harvard University)
* Web Data 101. Making the most of data on the web: harvesting, scraping, cleaning, formatting
(Erik Radio, University of Kansas)
* A Practical Workshop on Using Social Network Analysis to Study Themes, Concepts and Connections In Textual Collections
(Jeff Rydberg-Cox, University of Missouri-Kansas City)
Saturday, September 13
A one-day program of panels and poster sessions showcasing digital humanities projects and research.
*Steven Jones (Loyola University): The Network Inside Out and the New Digital Humanities
*Isabel Meirelles (Northeastern University): Learning from Constraints in Visualizations of Information
*Scott B. Weingart (Indiana University): Networks In and Of Society
Please forward widely. The Forum is free to attend and open to participants at KU and beyond. However, space is limited, especially for the workshops. Please register early but we ask that you register only when you are sure you will attend.
Please see <> for more details, including the full schedule and the registration form.
Questions may be directed to the Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities,
Brian Rosenblum & Arienne Dwyer
Co-Directors, IDRH

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