CLARIN at DH2019: Thursday 11 July 2019

Submitted by Linda Stokman on 10 July 2019
      DH2019 is the global conference for the Digital Humanities. This year, it takes place in Utrecht, one of the oldest cities in the Netherlands from 9 to 12 July. In collaboration with CESSDA, DARIAH, PARTHENOS and SSHOC, CLARIN is running a booth where you can find out more about what these five European initiatives do to support the Digital Humanities.



Every day you can talk to a different expert at the booth. On Thursday the following experts will be present: 

  • Christoph Draxler : Automatic Speech Recognition for Oral History (during the first coffee break of 10:30-11:00)
  • Liliana Melgar : CLARIAH Media Suite (during the first coffee break of 10:30-11:00)
  • Laure Barbot : SSHOC Marketplace (during the second coffee break of 15:30-16:00)



CLARIN-related papers

09:00 - 10:30  

LP-12: Tools Interfaces and Infrastructures


The Oldest Song Score in the Newest Notation: The Hurrian Hymn to Nikkal as Linked Data



Albert Meroño Peñuela, Marnix van Berchum, Bram van den Hout



11:00-12:30   -17: History and Historiographies   Still Waters Run Deep. Including Minority Voices in the Oral History Archive Through Digital Practice   Norah Karrouche   Pandora Foye

CLARIN-related posters

15:30 - 17:00   Poster session   A CLARIAH Environment for Linguistic Research   Daan Broeder, QiQing Ding, Bas Leenknegt   Plein 6
15:30 - 17:00   Poster session   Conceptual Vocabularies and Changing Meanings of “Foreign” in Dutch Foreign News (1815-1914)   Ruben Ros   Plein 6
15:30 - 17:00   Poster session   Ethics and Legality in the Digital Arts and Humanities  


Walter Scholger1, Vanessa Hannesschläger2, Koraljka Kuzman Slogar3

  Plein 6
15:30 - 17:00   Poster session   APOLLONIS: The Greek Infrastructure for Digital Arts, Humanities and Language Research and Innovation  


Panos Constantopoulos

  Plein 6
15:30 - 17:00   Poster session   Towards a national collaborative network: Spatial Humanities Netherlands   Rombert Stapel, Richard Zijdeman, Arie van Steensel, Wouter Beek, Edward Mac Gillavry, Bert Spaan, Thomas Vermaut, Hans Mol   Plein 6

CLARIN-related panels

11:00 - 12:30  

P-16: Digital Humanities Theory and Methodology


Curating and Archiving Linked Data Datasets from the Humanities - From Data of the Present to Data of the Future



Andrea Scharnhorst, Marieke Van Erp, Ronald Siebes, Christophe Gueret, Tom Crick, Vyacheslav Tykhonov, Gerard Coen, Richard Smiraglia, Peter Doorn, Henk Van den Berg, Jerry De Vries, Albert Merono, Ashkan Ashkpour, Reinier De Valk


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