Wednesday, 13. Juli 2022, 16:00 CET
- Eleni Bozia (University of Florida): Reading between the lines and touching the exhibits: How to re–experience classics and archaeology
- Franziska Ritter (Technische Universität Berlin): Im/material Theatre Spaces – the virtual reconstruction of Großes Schauspielhaus Berlin
Wednesday, June 29, 2022, 16:00-18:00 CET
- Peter Broadwell (Stanford Libraries): Deep Learning–Based Pose Estimation for Distant and Close Viewing of Performance Corpora
- David Rittershaus (University of Applied Sciences Mainz): Computing Dance Movement: From Manual Annotation to Machine Learning
An online panel series May-July 2022, organized by Ulf Otto (LMU Munich) and Nora Probst (Univ. of Paderborn)
Computational Methods for Theatre Studies?
From May 2022 until July 2022 a series of panels, organized by Ulf Otto (LMU Munich) and Nora Probst (University of Paderborn), starts to complement the existing Digital Humanities research in Theatre Studies on data models, repertoire data and agent networks with questions about the potentials and politics of computational methods for theater research.
Researchers and students of all levels and from all backgrounds are welcome to participate.
Time: Wednesday, 16:00 CET
Start: May 11, 2022
End: July 13, 2022
via Zoom (respective links for registration see programme)