Madrid, from 27th of June to 1st of July 2016
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The summer school offers an application of digital humanities to the study of poetry through practical learning of the latest technologies in this field.
Course dates: Madrid, 27th of June – 1st of July 2016
Location: Sáenz Torrecilla Conference Room, School of Economic Sciences, UNED
More information: http://extension.uned.es/actividad/idactividad/11781
– Provide researchers with knowledge and understanding of the different digital humanities technologies and their application, specifically for textual analysis: TEI-XML, LOD, PLN, R.
– Reveal to participants the different technological and theoretical perspectives to address a single subject or philological concept as poetry, and provide them with simple tools they can use without extensive programming.
– Generate materials and tools which can be applied to the analysis of poetry and that researchers can reuse by themselves for their projects.
Researchers in philology and digital humanities, as well as people from other areas interested in the study of poetry. It is not essential to have previous experience in this area, although it is recommended to have some understanding of digital humanities and associated working methodologies.
The course will be mainly practical and delivered in a workshop form, although some more theoretical sessions are included.
Elena González-Blanco García
LINHD Director, University Professor – Department of Spanish Literature and Literary Theory
JOINT COURSE DIRECTOR
María Gimena del Río Riande
Seminar Researcher Editing and Textual Criticism (SECRIT-IIBICRIT, CONICET) Argentina, Director LINHD Argentina
Clara Isabel Martínez Cantón, University Professor of Spanish Literature and Literary Theory, LINHD Secretary