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The PARTHENOS eHumanities and eHeritage Webinar Series

The PARTHENOS eHumanities and eHeritage Webinar Series provides a lens through which a more nuanced understanding of the role of Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage research infrastructures in research can be obtained. Participants of the PARTHENOS Webinar Series delved into a number of topics, technologies, and methods that are connected with an “infrastructural way” of engaging with data and conducting humanities research.

Topics included: theoretical and practical reflections on digital and analogue research infrastructures; opportunities and challenges of eHumanities and eResearch; finding, working and contributing to Research Infrastructure collections; standards; FAIR principles; ontologies; tools and Virtual Research Environments (VREs), and; new publication and dissemination types.

Starting from the researchers’ perspective, the individual webinars focuesd on the role of Research Infrastructures in the individual phases of the research life cycle, and engaging with Research Infrastructures in general.

For more information about the webinars visit the Parthenos training page.




Create Impact with your e-Humanities and e-Heritage Research  |  8 February 2018

Dr. Juliane Stiller (Humboldt-University Berlin) and Klaus Thoden, M.A. (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science)


How to work together successfully with e-Humanities and e-Heritage Research Infrastructures  | 13 February 2018

Dr. Marie Puren (Inria, Paris, France) and Klaus Illmayer (ACDH-OEAW, Austria)


e-Humanities and e-Heritage Research Infrastructures: Beyond tools  |  22 February 2018

Steven Krauwer (Senior Advisor CLARIN, Utrecht, NL) and Stefan Schmunk (State and University Library Göttingen, Germany)


Make it Happen – Carrying out Research and Analysing Data  |  5 April 2018

George Bruseker (FORTH, Greece), Carlo Meghini (CNR, Italy)


Boost your eHumanities and eHeritage research with Research Infrastructures  |  24 April 2018

Darja Fišer (University of Ljubljana) & Ulrike Wuttke (University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Germany)