Digital Humanities today: infrastructures and tools, corpuses and case studies

Centre Marc Bloch organized a two-day workshop on Digital Humanities on Apr 23-24, 2013 providing an overview of the various areas of the so-called ‘digital humanities’, presenting a selection of tools and infrastructures readily available to social and human science scholars, as well as several case studies from a wide range of disciplines where digital tools and methods have been successfully used.

See the final program flyer here.

Below are the slides of the various presentations.

Anne Baillot, “Concevoir une édition numérique autour d’une question de recherche” [PREZI]

David Chavalarias, “La cartographie des dynamiques culturelles: reconstruction phylogénétique des communautés scientifiques”. [PDF]

Jean-Philippe Cointet,
“Analyse de corpus relationnels – illustration à partir de forums politiques du web”. [PDF]
“La plateforme Cortext d’analyse de corpus textuels: le cas de la biologie de synthèse”. [PDF]

Sophie David, “Les services du TGE Adonis”. [PDF]

Dana Diminescu, “L’atlas e-diaspora des diasporas virtuelles”. [restricted access]

Nicolas Douay, “Urbanisme et cyber-citoyens chinois, la contestation 2.0 s’organise”. [PDF]
Related papers: “Planning 2.0, from Protest to Participation”, Regions, Quaterly Magazine of the Regional Studies Association, 390:6-10 [LINK] and “Urbanisme et cyber contestation en Chine – Les internautes, nouveaux acteurs de l’urbanisme?”, Douay 2012 [LINK]

Alexander Geyken, “Deutsches Textarchiv: digitization, curation and linguistic normalization”. [PDF]

Pierre Mounier, “La communication scientifique en ligne: blogs et revues”. [PPT]

Aleksandra Pawliczek, “Online-Recherche in historischen Archivbeständen”. [PDF]

Laurent Romary, “Tour d’horizon sur l’open access”. [PDF]