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Organized by DVS at the Biblioteca Hertziana in Rome.
Due to its hybrid nature, the field of Digital Humanities presents conceptual challenges in the application of innovative research tools. How can we bring Art History into the post-digital age? How can we leverage computational knowledge production in the study of cultural heritage? In this Ph.D. Seminar, participants will give short presentations about their projects (10 mins approx). The first project focuses on the measurement of visual features by means of abstraction and analysis of form. The second project proposes to study spatial relationships in historical texts, images, and maps with Machine Learning methods. The third looks into detecting and analyzing hand gestures in the context of Early Modern Art. A discussion will follow on how to critically address the discursive construction of contemporary Digital Art History research projects.
If you are interested in joining us for a discussion ( in physical presence) on digital humanities and give feedback to the presentations by our fellows, write an email to : dario(dot)neguerueladelcastillo(at)uzh.ch