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Tomorrow we will kick off the first day of the DARIAH Annual Event, which we are hosting at ELTE. We are proud to partner with DARIAH and support their mission. We look forward to welcoming you all over the next four days! In the meantime, browse the conference’s technical programme, free for all! More information here.

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Keynote Speakers: Mathieu Jacomy

Dear All, we would like to get you excited for the conference by sharing details about some of the the inspirational guest speakers beforehand. We are delighted to announce that we will also have Mathieu Jacomy as one of the international keynote speakers in the conference lineup in November. Mathieu Jacomy is Doctor of Techno

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prae.hu collaboration

Dear All, We are pleased to announce that prae.hu is going to be the official media partner of the DH_BUDAPEST_2022 conference. In the time leading up to the conference several articles are going to be published there popularizing digital humanities.

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Keynote speakers: Dr. Roland Molontay

Before revealing the full program of the DH_Budapest_2022 conference to the audience, we would like to get you excited by sharing some names of the inspirational guest speakers. We are delighted to announce that in November we will have Dr. Roland Molontay as one of the keynote speakers in the conference lineup. Roland Molontay is

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Deadline extended

The deadline for submissions for the DH_BUDAPEST & DARIAH DAYS conference has been extended to 15 July. So far, abstracts have been received from 3 continents and more than 10 countries. This year, the main focus of the conference is networks and networking, but we also welcome abstracts broadly related to the topic.  Abstracts of

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Revisiting Authorship Attribution

Call for papers  Revisiting Authorship Attribution A SPECIAL ISSUE OF INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DIGITAL HUMANITIES Stylometric authorship attribution research aims to reveal the connection of a text of unknown authorship to a specific author using a set of quantifiable text features as indicators of the author’s style. It is one of the oldest applications of