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Colloquium: Digital Humanities

CERES Palais, room "Turfan" (0.13)

The methods workshop of the CERES research colloquium this semester has the topic “digital humanities”.
9:30–11:15h Text discussion:
1) Ashley Reed: Digital humanities and the study and teaching of North American religions, in: Religion Compass 10 (2016), 307–316.
2) Ted Underwood: A Genealogy of Distant Reading, in: Digital Humanities Quarterly, 11/2 (2017).
11:15–11:30h – Break –
11:30–12:30h Introduction to Python Programming I (Frederik Elwert, CERES)
12:30–13:30h – Lunch –
13:30–15:00h Introduction to Python Programming II (Frederik Elwert, CERES)
15:00–15:15h – Break –
15:15–16:45h Introduction to Python Programming III (Frederik Elwert, CERES)
16:45–17:00h – Break –
Final discussion (show-cases)
The course material for the Python introduction is available from GitHub.

Affiliated Persons

Photograph of Prof. Dr. Kianoosh Rezania

Prof. Dr. Kianoosh Rezania


Universitätsstr. 90a
44789  Bochum
Office 1.10
+49 234 32-21979
Photograph of Prof. Dr. Frederik Elwert

Prof. Dr. Frederik Elwert


Universitätsstr. 90a
44789  Bochum
Office 2.06
+49 234 32-23024