Computational approaches in the study of pre-modern religion
19 October 2021
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
- 15 in-house participants + streamed online via the link below.
Would you like to learn more about digital humanities techniques focused on premodern sources? Participate in our workshop with several members of the Dissident Network Project and guests. The event is part of 100th anniversary of teaching at the Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University and received a financial contribution from the Faculty. It is streamed on Zoom for the public.
Zoom link: https://cesnet.zoom.us/j/92310681555?pwd=S0lHb0E3a0czYk5xbVFqc1FUcytSQT09
David Zbíral: "Presenting the Dissident Networks Project (DISSINET)"
Robert L. Shaw: "Modelling Systems of Sentencing in Early Inquisition Trials: Examples from the Trial Register of Peter Sella (1241–2)"
Reima Välimäki: "Computational authorship attribution on medieval anti-polemical treatises"
Vojtěch Kaše, Nina Nikki, Tomáš Glomb: "Righteousness in Early Christian Literature: Distant Reading and Textual Networks"
Anestis Karasaridis: "Antonine Plague in Rome: Modeling Examples and Preliminary Results"