We are very happy to announce next week’s session with guest speaker Federico Pianzola. Based on his 10+ years experience as managing editor of an Open Access journal about literary studies and on his work with computational methods for cultural heritage data, Federico will present some reflections on strategies for promoting Open Science among humanities researchers.
It will be a hybrid session. If you want to meet in person, please stop by the Bouman building (Room B.128). Others are welcome to join via Google Meet (email us for the url).
What: Open Science for the humanities
Guest speaker Federico Pianzola
When: Monday March 28, 2 – 3 PM (CET)
Where: In person: B.128 (Bouman Building) or Online: email for URL.
Suggested reading: Schöch, C., van Dalen-Oskam, K., Antoniak, M., Jannidis, F., & Mimno, D. (2020, June 14). Replication and Computational Literary Studies. Digital Humanities Conference 2020 (DH2020), Ottawa, Canada. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3893428
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