Digital Humanities Ringvorlesung/Lecture Series 2021-2022


The Digital Humanities Guest Lecture Series in 2021-2022 starts on the 5th of October, as follows:

  • 5 Oct 2021: "Introducing Digital Humanities @ Uni Wien" Tara Andrews
  • 12 Oct 2021: "Reassembling the Republic of Letters in the Digital Age" Thomas Wallnig
  • 19 Oct 2021: "Mnemonic Revolutions: Visualizing Cultural Heritage and (Art) History" Florian Windhager
  • 9 Nov 2021: "The relevance of multimodality theory for the future of the digital humanities" John Bateman [ACDH-CH Lecture 7.3, on Zoom]
  • 16 Nov 2021: "Mapping Medieval Cemeteries - Acquisition, modeling, visualization and online publication of spatio-temporal data using the example of medieval grave finds" Stefan Eichert [Remote-only, on Zoom]
  • 23 Nov 2021: "Transforming archives, semanticizing script: Creating a digital edition of Peter Handke’s notebooks" Vanessa Hannesschläger [Remote-only, on Zoom]
  • 30 Nov 2021: "Digitale Transformationen, Digital Humanities und Digitaler Humanismus: Transformation an der Wienbibliothek im Rathaus" Katharina Prager and Christiane Fritze [Remote-only, on Zoom]
  • 7 Dec 2021: "A Plea for Digital Art History" Anna Frasca-Rath [Remote-only, on Zoom]
  • 14 Dec 2021: "A Museum of Everything? The promise and pitfalls of big data in cultural heritage collections" Rebecca Kahn [Remote-only, on Zoom: join here!]
  • 11 Jan 2022: "Digital and Environmental Humanities. Climate Change, historical ecology and ecocriticism in silico and in nature" Johannes Preiser-Kapeller
  • 18 Jan 2022: "Digital Philology and Paleography on the Silk Road" Hannes A. Fellner