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Small Grant Symposium 2019-2020 awardees

Friday 5 February 2021
Kaltura Live Rooms - please register your interest, and to receive KLR login details

LUCDH Small Grant Symposium 2019-2020 awardees

Small Grant awardees from 2019-2020 will present their results via Kaltura Live Room. You can read more about these exciting projects at : Small Grant Research Projects.

Schedule for 5 Feb beginning at 13:00:

  • Sjef Barbiers - Introduction to the Symposium
  • Thijs Porck - Mapping Connections and Interactions in Medieval Literature: Analyzing and Visualizing Social Networks in the Old English Poem Beowulf
  • Laura Bertens - Modeling the Art Historical Canon
  • Sam-Sin Fresco - Reuniting Manchu Texts on Maps - Designing the Proof of Concept
  • Marina Gavryushkina - A 3D Record of the Past: Developing a Volumetric 3D GIS Methodology for Documenting Archaeological Excavations in Three Dimensions
  • Maria Hadjigavriel - Connecting the Pieces: Employing 3D Modelling to Reconstruct Archaeological Artefacts and Contexts
  • Andreea Geambasu - Participant Database for Infant and Child Research
  • Richard T. Griscom - Mobilizing metadata: Open Data Kit for Linguistic Fieldwork
  • short break
  • K.G. Guttman - Integration of Digital Imaging Technology in Thesis Performance and Exhibition
  • Marion Pluskota - Spaces of Awareness and Criminality in the Past 
  • Tazuko van Berkel - Editing Protagoras
  • Carmen van den Bergh - L-SEVIR : Literary Segments to Visualize Italian Realism
  • Timothy Vergeer - Touchy-Feely: Text-Mining as an Expansion of Qualitative Emotion Analysis
  • Xander Vertegaal - An Online Cross-linguistic Database of Sound Changes
  • Sary Zananiri - Mapping the Mandate: Frank Scholten in the 'Holy Lands'

Please register your interest, and to receive login details to join online via Kaltura: lucdh@hum.leidenuniv.nl 


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