Mia Ridge & Kaspar Beelen: Living with Machines. Scaling up historical practice with digital machines

The Living with Machines project (2018-23) was a data science and digital history project between the British Library and The Alan Turing Institute with partner universities. Funded by the UKRI and AHRC in 2018, the project brought historians, data scientists, geographers, computational linguists, library professionals and curators together to examine the human impact of industrial revolution with sources such as digitised newspapers, census records and maps. Living with Machines was a data-driven history project, and a historically-informed data science project. It was also the biggest digital humanities project in the UK to date, and created outputs from books to code and datasets to an exhibition.  

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Keynote: Danielle van den Heuvel – The Power of the Anecdotal (Data for History Lecture at the Golden Agents Conference)

On the 9th and 10th of November 2022 the Huygens Institute in collaboration with the City Archives of Amsterdam and the Data for History consortium will organize a conference to present the results of the Golden Agents project and a workshop to discuss shared challenges in extracting data from archival sources, and subsequently processing and modeling data for use in digital humanities and social sciences. A hybrid keynote on Wednesday, 9 November 2022, 3-4 pm, on the topic of “The Power of the Anecdotal” by Dr. Danielle van den Heuvel (Associate Professor at the University of Amsterdam and p.i. of the Freedom of the Streets project) in the context of the Data for History Lectures series concludes the conference.

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Leon van Wissen/Veruska Zamborlini/Charles van den Heuvel: Toward an ontology for archival resources. Modelling persons, objects and places in the Golden Agents research infrastructure

The project Golden Agents: Creative Industries and the Making of the Dutch Golden Age analyses interactions between the various branches of cultural industries, and the production and consumption of cultural goods in Amsterdam during the Dutch Golden Age. For the latter, it opens up the contents of Amsterdam City Archives’ extensive collections of notarial deeds, baptism, marriage, and burial registries, which provide insight into the households of Amsterdamers during the seventeenth and eighteenth century. „Leon van Wissen/Veruska Zamborlini/Charles van den Heuvel: Toward an ontology for archival resources. Modelling persons, objects and places in the Golden Agents research infrastructure“ weiterlesen

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