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Summer School for Literary Studies & Digital Humanities

Programme

The focus will be on recent academic research in Literary Studies at the intersection with Digital Humanities. Lectures and interactive workshops will be given by experts in the field.

Programme

Afternoon session

Time Presenter Title
13.30-14.00 Organisers Welcome words
14.00-15.00 Ted Underwoord

Key note: Are Numbers a Slippery Slope for Literary Scholars?

Chair: Angus Mol

15.30-16.30 Praticipants Presentation of the participants

Evening session

Time Presenter Title
17.00-18.00

Mike Kestemont

Folgert Karsdorp

Keynote: Forgotten Books

Chair: Margherita Fantoli

Morning session

Time Presenter Title
9.00-10.30 Jelena Prokic

Workshop: Topic Modelling and Keyword Extraction

11.00-12.30 Margherita Fantoli Workshop: HyperbasWeb and Discourse Analysis
12.30-13.30   Break

Afternoon session

Time Presenter Title
13.30-15.00 Tom Willaert Workshop: Exploring Narrative Evolution on Telegram (2017-2022): Quantative Methods from Corpus-Based Discourse Analysis
15.00-173.00 Antonio Pascucci Workshop: Computational Stylometry and Stylistic Features Extraction

Evening session

Time Presenter Title
17.00-18.00 Dirk Van Miert

Keynote: The Resilience of the Republic of Letters

Chair: Gianluca Valenti

Morning session

Time Presenter Title
9.00-10.00 Fred Truyen Lecture: Creation and Development of Humanities-Oriented MOOCs
10.30-12.30 Giovanni Pietro Vitali Workshop: Digital Mapping for Humanists, an Introduction
12.30-13.30   Break

Afternoon session

Time Presenter Title
13.30-15.00 Simone Rebora Workshop: Sentiment Analysis for the Study of Digital Social Reading
15.30-16.30 Participants Presentation of the participants

Evening session

Time Presenter Title
17.00-18.00 DeNel Rehberg Sedo

Keynote: Online Literary Communities

Chair: Carmen Van den Bergh

Morning session

Time Presenter Title
9.00-10.00 Krista Murchison Lecture: An Introduction to Creating Sustainable and Dynamic Scholarly Editions with TEI Markup
10.30-12.30 Giovanni Pietro Vitali Workshops: First Steps in Network Analysis
12.30-13.30   Break

Afternoon session

Time Presenter Title
13.30-15.30 Peter Verhaar Lecture: A Computational Analysis of Poetry
15.30-17.00 Organisers Closing remarks

Comfirmed lecturers and experts

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