Marco Büchler and Alexandra Nusser (INFAI) together with Francesca Cadeddu (Fscire) are coordinating an event on Religious Studies in the digital age, which will be hosted by Villa Vigoni and take place February 27 to March 4, 2023.
The rise of the digital age poses three challenges to scholars in Religious Studies: 1) How to deal with data that are and will be available digitally or physically at the same time; 2) How to make efficient use of digitally available material; 3) How to do research exploiting the new digital options.
The seminar is an opportunity to think about models to make data repositories and their collections available to a larger community and contribute to and profit from Big Humanities Data as a new paradigm, while also discussing opportunities and risks of Artificial Intelligence and Data Mining for the field.
Download here the program.
Go here to read more on the event. Registration is not possible, it is a closed event.
Villa Vigoni is an association jointly supported by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI) and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). Among its tasks is the promotion of German-Italian cooperation, especially in a European dimension.
With a programme of more than 80 initiatives per year, implemented alongside leading partners in the fields of research, culture and politics, Villa Vigoni is a platform that offers optimal conditions for the development and sharing of ideas, visions and projects.