International Spatial Humanities Sprint Camp

24-26 oct. 2019
Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin - Dublin (Irlande)

http://ishcamp.sciencesconf.org

International Spatial Humanities Sprint Camp (iSHCamp2019) will take place on 24-26th October 2019, at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. The event is aimed at Early Career Researchers, or anyone interested in learning Digital Spatial Humanities tools and techniques that they can apply to their own research. This intensive 3-day event will feature workshops led by experts in the field, and group work in which participants will work with previously undigitised maps from the world-famous Glucksman Map Library in Trinity College Dublin to develop an open online exhibition. To focus the group-work, three themes will be investigated over the 3 days: > Developing Trinity - how Trinity campus has been shaped by the environment, and how the environment has been shaped by Trinity campus. > Performing Trinity - Trinity campus in film and literature, looking at how and where Trinity campus appears in films, TV programmes, and literature. > Centennial Trinity - Trinity campus's part in historical events over the 20th and 21st Centuries. Only 25 spaces are available to participate in this workshop, and costs have been kept low in order to ensure this is accessible to Early Career Researchers - EU45 registration fee And because we couldn't have you come to Dublin without also having the craic, on Fri 25th October there will be a workshop Social Event (self-paid). Tickets for the social event are EU25 each and can be purchased at the same time as registration.
Discipline scientifique : Sciences de l'environnement - Environnement et Société - Sciences de l'Homme et Société - Archéologie et Préhistoire - Architecture, aménagement de l'espace - Art et histoire de l'art - Etudes classiques - Etudes de l'environnement - Géographie - Histoire, Philosophie et Sociologie des sciences - Sciences de l'Homme et Société

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