W ramach cyklu konferencji i warsztatów Humanistyka Cyfrowa : projekty, ludzie, teoria
DELab UW zaprasza na odczyt:
Dr Sophie David (CNRS/Huma -Num , Paryz)
Why do we need Digital Humanities?
w poniedziałek 15 grudnia 2014 roku
godz. 17.00 – 18h30, kampus UW, dawne Centrum Informatyki, sala 106,
Sophie David : ” In the first part of my presentation, I will talk about my professional experience, where I will demonstrate that two aspects, both meeting people and also chance have been at least as important as training and scientific interest when one wants to find meaning in a career. In the second part, I will try to pinpoint the main dates and decisions which have structured French policies about digital infrastructures for Social and Human Sciences. Although the landscape is complex, major achievements have also been made. And in the third part, I will present the very beginning of a piece of my research, which focusses on the notion of research objects and tries to document what is new when Humanities go digital. I will use some linguistic properties of the “object” type in order to build an observatory where different projects from different disciplines (Linguistics, Archaeology, History, etc.) can be compared. I will show what properties are especially affected with digital use.”
Sophie David has been a tenured CNRS researcher (in linguistics) since 1997. Her research focusses on lexical semantics and Natural Language Processing. From 2003 to 2008, she was the deputy director of MoDyCo, and she worked at the Centre Marc Bloch (Berlin) as a project coordinator (2008-2010). In January 2011, she joined the TGE Adonis, now Huma-Num, where she is the head of the international department. She is involved in different European projects and particularly in DARIAH (www.dariah.eu; www.dariah.fr), for which she has worked on various (legal, financial, organisational and scientific) aspects regarding the establishment of DARIAH ERIC. She is the National Coordinator for France and has several responsibilities at the DARIAH level.