(Online-Konferenz) Conference on Computational Humanities Research (CHR2021)
Nov 17 – Nov 19 ganztägig

Internationale Online-Konferenz


We are very honoured and pleased the following speakers have accepted to give keynotes at CHR2021:
– Jacob Eisenstein (Georgia Institute of Technology)
– Iza Romanowska (Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies)
– Sara Tonelli (Digital Humanities Research Unit FBK)
In the arts and humanities, the use of computational, statistical, and mathematical approaches has  considerably increased in recent years. This research is characterized by the use of formal methods and the construction of explicit, computational models. This includes quantitative, statistical approaches, but also more generally computational methods for processing and analyzing data, as well as theoretical reflections on these approaches. In this context, the CHR conference seek to support a growing community of researchers with an interest in computational approaches to the humanities, and to offer an international and interdisciplinary venue to present and publish computational work that does not lose sight of traditional modes of inquiry in the arts and humanities.
Important dates:
(Time zone: Anywhere on Earth)
– Submission deadline: July 2, 2021
– Notification to authors: September 3, 2021
– Camera-ready: September 17, 2021
– Conference: November 17 – November 19, 2021
Program committee:
– Tara Andrews, University of Vienna
– Manuel Burghardt, Computational Humanities, University of Leipzig
– Giovanni Colavizza, University of Amsterdam
– Maud Ehrmann, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
– Folgert Karsdorp, Meertens Institute
– Mike Kestermont, CLiPS
– Enrique Manjavacas, Universiteit Antwerpen
– Barbara McGillivray, Alan Turing Institute/University of Cambridge
– George Mikros, University of Athens
– Adina Nerghes, Wageningen University & Research,
– Kristoffer Nielbo, University of Aarhus
– Michael Piotrowski, University of Lausanne
– Joris van Zundert, Huygens ING – KNAW
– Melvin Wevers, University of Amsterdam