HUGOD Conference
Humanities Going Digital
Teaching, training & research experiences

2nd and 3rd February 2023

NOVA University Lisbon | Lisbon, Portugal
(onsite only)


Thursday, 2nd February 2023

09h00–09h30: Opening Session

Artificial Intelligence, algocracy and the problem of two cultures: challenges for a renewed role of the humanities
Paulo Nuno Vicente

10h15–10h30: Coffee Break

In view of reusable representation of cultural content: the case of a multilingual and multimodal corpus in the Greek context
Anna Vacalopoulou, Nikolaos Sidiropoulos, Christina Flouda, Athanasios Doupas, Voula Giouli, Panagiotis Karioris, Paraskevi Botini, Giorgos Giannopoulos, Nikos Bikakis, Gregory Stainhaouer

Mapping the archives: epistolary networks and the state papers of England
Caitlin Burge

The Programming Historian in Portuguese: a step forward towards digital literacy in the Social Sciences and Humanities
Daniel Alves, Joana Vieira Paulino

Morais dictionary: following best practices in a retrodigitised dictionary project
Ana Salgado, Laurent Romary, Rute Costa, Toma Tasovac, Anas Fahad Khan, Margarida Ramos, Bruno Almeida, Sara Carvalho, Mohamed
Khemakhem, Raquel Silva

Digital imaging, computational methods, and Pottery Studies
Vera Moitinho de Almeida

MOIRA: (Re)creating heritage through digital literature
Diogo Marques, Ana Gago

13h00–14h00: Lunch

Difficulties of digital education: Copyright in Europe
Melinda Szappanyos

14h45–16h25: Poster Session & Coffee Break

Digital Humanities: a revolution in the field of religious education?
Amrin Kothia

Transformation in “Teaching about Transformation” new perspectives in curriculum development
Andrea Schmidt

Linguistics from the Living Room” as a new way of education
Kıvanç Gördü, Martina Benešová

Case study introduction –security and peace in an uncertain world
Vörös Zoltán

Digital Humanities and book heritage
Daniel Melo

Digital Humanities at the service of remembrance: The creation of digital archive-based activities within the project. “Remembering the Past, Learning for the Future”
Maria João Ferro, Ana Raquel Fernandes, Andrea Szőnyi, Catarina Xavier, Cláudia Martins, Gabriella Komoly, Mónika Mezei, Zsófia Gombár

Teaching data analysis for DH in practice: TEITOK and the TEITOK API
Maarten Janssen, Silvie Cinková

Imaginaries going digital: a critical review on the concept analysing (with) digital technologies
Tibor Vocásek

Discovering Australian flora: JSTOR’s juncture as an interdisciplinary K-12 pedagogical tool
John Schaefer

20h00: Conference Dinner

Download the full program here.