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There are only a few days left before the registration deadline 
of 13 June 2016 for the Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer 
School (4-8 July 2016). Some of our week-long workshops are now 
full, but a few still have room. I'd especially highlight two 
workshops that are new this year, one on "Analysing Humanities 
Data" (which uses the Wolfram Language for the analysis, 
processing and visualisation of humanities data), and the other 
on "Social Humanities: Citizens at Scale in the Digital World" 
(looking at social media, citizen science and social machines). 
Not sure which to take? Our ever-popular "An Introduction to 
Digital Humanities" workshop gives a thorough overview of the 
theory and practice of Digital Humanities. Want to learn the TEI? 
The Introduction to the Guidelines of the Text Encoding 
Initiative workshop can help there!

Register as soon a possible to guarantee a place! There are 
reduced fees for academics and students. Block booking discounts 
are also available. Any questions? Ask [log in to unmask] for 
more information.

-James

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Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School
             4 - 8 July 2016

Scholarship -- Application -- Community

http://digital.humanities.ox.ac.uk/dhoxss/2016/

Do you work in the Humanities or support people who do?

Are you interested in how the digital can help your research?

Come and learn from experts with participants from around the 
world, from every field and career stage, to develop your 
knowledge and acquire new skills.

Immerse yourself for a week in one of our 8 workshop strands, and 
widen your horizons through the keynote and additional sessions.

Workshops:

An Introduction to Digital Humanities
   "Expert insights into our digital landscape"

An Introduction to the Guidelines of the Text Encoding Initiative
   "Markup for Textual Research"

Analysing Humanities Data
   "An Introduction to Knowledge-Based Computing with the Wolfram 
Language"

Digital Musicology
   "Applied computational and informatics methods for enhancing 
musicology"

 From Text to Tech [FULL]
   "Corpus and Computational Linguistics for powerful text 
processing in the Humanities"

Humanities Data: A Hands-On Approach
   "Making the Most of Messy Data"

Linked Data for Digital Humanities [FULL]
   "Publishing, Querying, and Linking on the Semantic Web"

Social Humanities: Citizens at Scale in the Digital World
   "Social Media, Citizen Science, and Social Machines"

Keynotes:
- Opening Keynote: Identifying the point of it all: Towards a 
Model of "Digital Infrapuncture", Deb Verhoeven (Deakin University)
- Closing Keynote: Open Access and Digital Humanities -- Opening 
up to the World, Isabel Galina, (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de 
México)

Additional Lectures:
Supplement your chosen workshop with a choice of 3 from 9 
additional morning lectures sessions (Tue-Thurs) covering a 
variety of Digital Humanities topics. 
http://digital.humanities.ox.ac.uk/dhoxss/2016/lectures

Evening Events:
Join us for events every evening, include a research poster and 
drinks reception, the annual TORCH Digital Humanities lecture, 
walking tour and a dinner at Exeter College. 
http://digital.humanities.ox.ac.uk/dhoxss/2016/events

Registration:
Reduced fees are available for academics and students, as well as 
group bookings see the registration page at 
http://digital.humanities.ox.ac.uk/dhoxss/2016/registration for 
details.

For more information see: 
http://digital.humanities.ox.ac.uk/dhoxss/2016/

Directors of DHOxSS,
James Cummings
Pip Willcox


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Dr James Cummings, Academic IT Services, University of Oxford,
Registration Open: Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School, 
4-8 July 2016
http://digital.humanities.ox.ac.uk/dhoxss/2016