Save the date: Graph Technologies in the Humanities: 2021 Virtual Symposium on February 9, 2021

Dear all,

this announcement might be of interest to some people on this list:

Graph Technologies in the Humanities

2021 Virtual Symposium on February 9, 2021

We are delighted to announce that the 2021 edition of the annual “Graph Technologies in the Humanities” will be held online as a virtual symposium on February 9, 2021.

Registration will open in January; we invite you to save the date now!

We are excited to have three talks by invited speakers:

Prof. Dr. Ruth Ahnert, Dr. Philip Beeley, Dr. Esther van Raamsdonk, Dr. Yann Ryan
Networking Archives: Early modern letters and the promise of connected collections

Prof. Dr. Manfred Thaller
Can historical information be represented outside of a graph / hypergraph / network?

Denny Vrandečić
From Knowledge Graphs to Abstract Wikipedia

Papers and presentations will be made available to read or watch in advance. We will come together for the synchronous part of the online event, where the time will be used for summary presentation by the speakers and extended discussion.

Season’s greetings to all,
Franziska Diehr (on behalf of the program committee)

Program Committee
Prof. Dr. Tara Andrews
Franziska Diehr
Dr. Thomas Efer
Dr. Andreas Kuczera
Drs. Joris van Zundert

Published by Aline Deicke
December 22, 2020

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