Department of Language and Information Sciences (SLI) at the University of Lausanne is organizing a Workshop on Computational Methods in the Humanities to take place June 4-5, 2018. From the call:
The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers involved with computational approaches in the humanities with the objective of stimulating the research and exchange around innovative, methodologically explicit approaches, to encourage discussion among researchers and developers from different communities, and to help bridging the divide that still exists between the different disciplines involved in this field…
The topics of the workshop encompass formal and computational aspects related to the development and use of computational methods in the humanities (in particular the disciplines represented in the Faculty of Arts of UNIL – such as literature, linguistics, history, history of art, cinema studies, game studies).
The deadline for submitting abstracts is April 16, 2018.
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