Overview timetable

Thursday 20th September
Start End Strand A Strand B Strand C
9:00 12:40 Registration
9:30 9:40 Welcome
9:40 10:40 Keynote 1: Janelle Jenstad, University of Victoria
10:40 11:00 Tea & Coffee
11:00 12:40 Spatial Humanities and Literary Studies Text mining and NLP in the Spatial Humanities Towns, villages and the countryside in the Spatial Humanities
12:40 1:30 Lunch
1:30 3:10 Geospatial approaches to historical and literary writing Digital Infrastructures for the Spatial Humanities Spatial Humanities and the Urban: Applied studies 1
3:10 3:30 Tea & Coffee
3:30 5:10 Mapping the Humanities and Arts Approaches to analysing texts in a geospatial environment Spatial Humanities and the Urban: Applied studies 2
Conference Dinner
Friday 21st September
Start End Strand A Strand B Strand C
9:00 11:00 Registration
9:00 10:40 Deep Mapping in the Spatial Humanities Spatial Humanities and the Urban: New Technologies Spatial Humanities and the Lake District
10:40 11:00 Tea & Coffee
11:00 12:40 Virtual Interiors and Deep Maps of Amsterdam of the Dutch Golden Age Gazetteers and Linked Open Data in the Spatial Humanities Communicating spatial humanities approaches to student and other audiences
12:40 1:30 Lunch
1:30 3:10 The impossible art of mapping: creating maps based on multi-layered texts as exercises in pragmatic modelling Researching Space and Time in the Netherlands. Possibilities and Perspectives of the Dutch HISGIS Platform Sacred places, sacred sources
3:10 3:30 Tea & Coffee
3:00 4:00 Keynote 2: David Bodenhamer, IUPUI
4:00 4:15 Closing remarks

Please note that these times are provisional and subject to change