An online discussion on the particularities and challenges of digital archives and collections holding resources on the turbulent 1940s.
The 2nd round of applications for MSc in Digital Methods for the Humanities is now open! Deadline for applications is 07/09.
The application deadline for the MSc in Digital Methods for the Humanities at AUEB is 17.06.2020.
As we are all going through some unprecedented and peculiar times, with COVID-19 spreading globally and disrupting the ways in which we work, collaborate, interact, conduct research and are being productive, Research and Innovation Center “Athena”, as co-ordinator of APOLLONIS, the Greek Infrastructure for Digital Arts, Humanities and Language Research and Innovation, is organizing a Twitter Conference under the title “DH in the Time of Virus”.
Our colleague Agiatis Benardou will be participating on 11 October 2019 at the two-day event “Memory, testimony and the digital approach to History: the Archive ‘Memories of the Occupation in Greece'” with a talk on digital research initiatives in Greece and Europe and the evolution of the science of History.
The 1st Summer School on Digital Humanities in Greece, organized by Digital Curation Unit and APOLLONIS Infrastructure was successfully completed. The Summer School took place in Athens from 15 to 19 July 2019 at Athens University of Economics and Business.
The second round deadline for MSc “Digital Methods in Humanities” applications is 10/09.
Panos Konstantopoulos, Professor of Informatics at Athens University of Economics and Business, and Director of DCU, talks to LiFO free press
Call for papers: Special Issue of the Journal of Community Archaeology and Heritage “Talking archaeology: qualitative interviewing and focus group research in archaeology-related communities.” Edited by Costis Dallas (University of Toronto & Athena Research Centre) and Ingrida Kelpšienė (Vilnius University). Deadline for submission of manuscripts: 15 October 2019.
Professor Sarah Kenderdine (EPFL) will deliver the keynote speech titled “Archives in motion: digital collections and experimental museology” at the opening of our 1st Summer School in Digital Humanities.