Every day after the close of the workshops a lecture directed not only at the participants of the Summer School, but also at other academics, students and the interested public will be given.
These lectures will revolve around the general theme "How do Humanists in general and Digital Humanists in particular actually work? Do the Virtual Research Infrastructures which are being financed and developed at the moment actually take into account the needs and data of the Humanities? Which directions have to be taken if Virtual Research Infrastructures are to serve the Digital Humanities?":
Nicoletta Calzolari (Pisa): "The FLaReNet Strategic Language Resource Agenda – Recommendations and Future Prospects"
Julianne Nyhan (London): "Digital Humanities and Research Infrastructures: origins, interconnections and humanities perspectives"
Dot Porter (Bloomington): "Medievalists' use of digital resources and the implications for digital resource developers"
Ray Siemens (Victoria): "Implementing the Devonshire MS (BL Add Ms 17492) as Social Edition"
Francesca Tomasi (Bologna): "An integrated architecture for scholarly digital editing"
Adriaan van der Weel (Leiden): "The digitisation of our typographic mind"
Fabio Vitali (Bologna): "Making stand-off markup and semantic web technologies converge"
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- Scientific Committee
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