DHSI: Online Summer School for Literary Studies and Digital Humanities
From the Organizers' announcement email:
Are you passionate about literature and do you have your own research project, a corpus or a dataset, and you want to experiment with the newest possibilities offered within Digital humanities research?
If you don't know where to begin, we will help you visualize your data, communicate your results and make use of easy tools to take your research to a higher level.
Join the Online Summer School for Literary Studies & Digital Humanities 2022 (20th -23rd of June) organized by Universiteit Leiden, KU Leuven, UR «Transitions» ULiège, LUCAS Centre for Arts in Society and LUCDH. The focus will be on recent academic research in Literary Studies at the intersection with Digital Humanities and lectures and interactive workshops will be given by experts in the field. The details of the program can be found here.
For the Universiteit Leiden, KU Leuven and the Université de Liège a few places are available for free, priority will be given to the first applicants; please send an email to verify whether there are still some places available. To register, send an email to LIT.DH@hum.leidenuniv.nl.
We will host four key-note lectures, open to everyone: Mike Kestemont (UAntwerp), Ted Underwood (University of Illinois), DeNel Rehberg Sedo (Mount State Vincent University), and Dirk Van Miert (Universiteit Utrecht).
The summer school is primarily intended for early-career researchers in Literature Studies (ResMa, pre- and postdocs).