International Conference, 12-14 February 2018 at the Swedish Institute in Athens, Greece
The conference is funded by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond and organized by Humlab, Umeå University, in collaboration with the Centre for Critical Cultural Heritage Studies, Gothenburg University.
Contact: Anna Foka, Humlab
Humlab was inaugurated in 2001 and has after renovation work been adapted to the present needs and demand of infrastructure, meeting and study environments. At a small but well-attended ceremony, the newly remodeled premises were re-inaugurated by vice-chancellor Hans Adolfsson and Humlab director Stefan Gelfgren.
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Editor: Per Melander
We are happy to welcome you to the (re)inaugaration on Friday 19 January! Meet the Humlab Staff and listen to short presentations of our research projects.
13.15 - 13-45 Rector Hans Adolfsson and Humlab's leader Stefan Gelfgren open the lab.
13.45 - 15.15 Mingel and presentations of Humlab's five focus areas.
It's now about time to summarize this year. It has been a quite intense year, but still really rewarding. Stability and progress, from my point of view, have characterized 2017. And we are looking forward to an interesting year ahead.
To the tech-breakfasts, every second Thursday between 08.00-10.00 at Humlab at campus, scholars and students are invited to bring their own projects and ideas , and get hands-on support from Humlab staff with expertise in digital methods. Thursdays: Jan 18, Feb 1, Feb 15, March 1, March 15, April 12, April 26, May 24.
Humlab is a meeting place for humanities, culture and information technology at Umeå University. We devote ourselves to teaching, short courses, research and various types of development projects in both digital humanities and digital culture and innovation. We collaborate with students, teachers and researchers at the university, business, artists and many more.
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