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Digital Humanities – The Perspective of Africa workshop

Guest blog post by DEMBA Kandeh that chronicles and reflects on a five-day workshop: “Digital Humanities – the perspective of Africa”, recently organized at the Lorentz Centre in Leiden.

 
 

On 23 and 24 May the CLARIN ParlaFormat workshop was held in Amersfoort, the Netherlands. This workshop was organized by the CLARIN Interoperability Committee.

 
 

On 9 May, Inguna Skadiņa, the national coordinator of CLARIN Latvia organized a hands-on workshop on how to search in the Latvian Treebank

 
 

Blog post by Tanja Wissik who used a CLARIN Mobility Grant to visit the Jožef Stefan Institute and learn more about encoding parliamentary data in TEI.  

 
 

Read about the workshop "Twin Talks: Understanding Collaboration in DH" that took place during the 4th Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries Conference

 
 

In 2017, CLARIN carried out a pilot exploring the possibilities of integrating Europeana Collections’ material into its infrastructure and thus opening up new possibilities for the discovery and linguistic processing of textual cultural heritage content for a social sciences and humanities research audience.

 
 

The CLARIN Mobility Grant made it possible for Wilbert Heeringa to visit Sprakbanken, compare tools and exchange knowledge and ideas. The visit took place from 28 January to 1 February 2019. Read about it in his blog post

 
 

CLARIN-PL representatives Justyna Wieczorek and Jan Wieczorek visited UNISA and SADiLaR, South Africa. The main purpose of their visit was to conduct a workshop on the use of the WordNetLoom tool for the development of the African Wordnet.

 
 

Read the report about the second CLARIN DELAD workshop that took place in Utrecht on 28-30 January 2019.

 
 

Blog post by Réka Dodé (HUN-CLARIN) about the workshop on "Use of Corpora, Language Technology Tools and Data Driven Methods in Human Sciences" that took place in Debrecen, Hungria.