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June 2020

Lecture Series: Ari Bergman

June 4 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
online Belgium

The Collective Editing of the Talmud

The Babylonian Talmud, known simply as the Bavli, is the collaborative effort of generations of sages. It is also the foundational legal and ethical document of rabbinic Judaism. Rather than being authored by any individual authors, it instead represents the collective work of the Jewish scholarly community in Babylonia over five centuries. From its inception, in the beginning of the third century, until the end of the eighth century it was transmitted orally, and it continuously evolved and developed collectively throughout the period. This presentation will analyze the unique process of its formation and early transmission and how it came to represent the first oral wiki editing process.

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Antwerp DH Summer School 2020: Making a Digital Edition. Basic Skills and Technologies

June 29 - July 3
UAntwerp City Campus, Prinsstraat 13
Antwerp, 2000 Belgium
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€150 – €200

In the past few decades, digital editing and digitisation of archival documents have been rapidly gaining prominence. Aiming to cater for both of these branches of Digital Humanities, our summer school offers an in-depth, hands-on curriculum to familiarise students with basic and more advanced tools in the field. Apart from acquiring a set of technical skills (including Command Line, HTML, CSS, TEI-XML XPath, XSLT, and eXist-db), our programme includes the more general practical guidelines on how to make a digital edition.

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October 2020

Children’s Literature and Digital Humanities

October 22 - October 23
UAntwerp City Campus, Prinsstraat 13
Antwerp, 2000 Belgium
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In recent years, Digital Humanities has had a big impact on the field of literary studies as a whole, but its presence in children’s literature studies has been limited so far. This two-day conference seeks to unite scholars using digital tools for the analysis of children’s literature, culture and media to reflect on the state of the art, exchange methodological expertise, discuss avenues and issues for further research and build networks.

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