LINGUIST List 29.4838
Wed Dec 05 2018
Summer Schools: 2nd Heidelberg Computational Humanities Summer School ''Mixed Methods in the Making''/Germany
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Ines Rehbein <rehbein
2nd Heidelberg Computational Humanities Summer School ''Mixed Methods in the Making''/Germany E-mail this message to a friend
Host Institution: Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
Coordinating Institution: Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
Dates: 15-Jul-2019 - 19-Jul-2019
Location: Heidelberg, Germany
Focus: The summer school offers one week of closely integrated lectures, workshops and panels which emphasize mixed methods and the multimodality of computational humanities.
Minimum Education Level: MA
Special Qualifications: The applicants should be enroled in a PhD program at time of registration and should work on a PhD project situated anywhere on the spectrum of Computational Humanities.
We are pleased to announce the 2nd Heidelberg Computational Humanities Summer School "Mixed Methods in the Making".
The Summer School offers integrated lectures and workshops in the following four key areas:
- Methodologies of Computational Humanities: Mixed Methods in the Making
- Computational Humanities in the Social Sphere
- Computational Humanities in the Cultural Sphere
- Computational Literary Analysis
This five-day event will offer PhD candidates cutting-edge research presentations and hands-on workshops on mixed-method approaches in Computational Humanities. A poster session gives young researchers the opportunity to present their own work and receive feedback from peers and experts in the field.
For more information on the programme, please visit: https://hch19.cl.uni-heidelberg.de/program/program.mhtml
We are happy to announce that the Summer School is free to attend and that we will be able to provide accommodation (4 nights) for admitted doctoral candidates.
The deadline for applications is January 7, 2019. Applications should be written in English and submitted via the web form (see https://hch19.cl.uni-heidelberg.de/cfp/applications.mhtml
). All applications will be reviewed by a board of experts. A notification of acceptance will be sent by 21 January 2019.
The Summer School is organised by Prof. Dr. Beatrix Busse (Chair of English Linguistics) and Prof. Dr. Anette Frank (Chair of Computational Linguistics).
Please visit our website for more information on the programme and on the application process: http://hch19.cl.uni
In case of questions, please contact hch_local
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Tuition: 0 USD
Registration: 03-Dec-2018 to 07-Jan-2019
Contact Person: Ines Rehbein
Apply on the web: https://hch19.cl.uni-heidelberg.de/cfp/applications.mhtml
The application (font: Arial, margin 1.5, pdf file) should contain: - proof of enrollment in a PhD program at time of registration - short CV (max. 1.5 pages) - statement of interest with an outline of your doctoral research project - your motivation for participating in the Summer School and indication of your previous experience with computational methods (2 pages) - abstract of a project to be presented in the poster session (including the project’s purpose, key research questions, data and methods). The abstract will be included in the online book of abstracts. - one supporting academic reference outlining academic merits and suitability for the Summer School (max. 1.5 pages) Applications should be written in English. The deadline for submission is 7 January 2019. All abstracts will be reviewed by a board of experts, and a notification of acceptance will be sent by 21 January 2019. Please submit your application via our online application form. The form allows you to upload your letter of motivation, CV, abstract, proof of enrollment and academic reference as one pdf file (other file formats will not be accepted).
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