Digital Humanities in the Slavic Field was formed to support the teaching, scholarship, curation, and preservation of digitally-rendered work in Slavic (as well as East European and Eurasian) Studies. We focus on those disciplines in the humanities that have recently begun to include digitally-based practices, but also aim to connect humanists with their social scientist colleagues who have a longer history with these methodologies and approaches.
Learn about the theories, methods and practice of digital humanities (DH) in the Slavic and East European fields at the 2019 Slavic DH Summer Workshop, taking place at Princeton University (Princeton, NJ) on September 3-6, 2019.
The thematic focus of the 2019 Workshop is “Digital Humanities and Visual Resources: The Material and Digital Lives o…[Read more]
Dostoevskii’s narrators play a key role in creating a sense of ambiguity and uncertainty in his texts that has been associated stylistically with the presence of ‘as if’ phrases. This article uses concordances to identify and examine patterns of usage of ‘as if’ that indicate a shift to an unreal condition and introduce the imaginative dimension…[Read more]
This is an archive of the second half of the Twitter feed @RodionTweets, which tweeted Dostoevsky’s novel Crime and Punishment from its protagonist’s perspective from 2016-2018. @RodionTweets is part of the SSHRC-funded project “Crime and Punishment at 150” by Katherine Bowers and Kate Holland. The text has been adapted from Oliver Ready’s…[Read more]
This is an archive of the first half of the Twitter feed @RodionTweets, which tweeted Dostoevsky’s novel Crime and Punishment from its protagonist’s perspective from 2016-2018. @RodionTweets is part of the SSHRC-funded project “Crime and Punishment at 150” by Katherine Bowers and Kate Holland. The text has been adapted from Oliver Ready’s…[Read more]
The paper studies long-term changes in the length of Russian poetry (1750–1921) to reveal the relation of poem length (counted in lines) to a poetic form and its evolution. The research has shown a dramatic decrease in the mean and median poetry lengths during the 19th century. This decrease was followed by the decline in length diversity, which r…[Read more]
Philip Gleissner started the topic DH_BUDAPEST_2018, Eötvös Loránd University, 27–31 May 2018 in the discussion Slavic DH on ASEEES Commons 1 year, 5 months ago
*Abstract submission is now open!*
*Poster/workshop proposal submission is now open!*
The Centre for Digital Humanities at the Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE.DH) — in collaboration with DARIAH, CLARIN and Michael Culture Association — calls for abstracts for its conference held on 27–31 May 2018.
Researchers of the soci…[Read more]
Soviet Journals Reconnected uses bibliographical data from the Soviet index of periodical contributions (Letopis’ zhurnal’nykh statei) to trace how
communities of shared aesthetic and ideological inclination took shape. The data has been cleaned and normalized. It is organized in a relational database that allows for targeted queries in light of…[Read more]
The Digital Émigré is a web-based resource for exploring the periodical literature of the 20th century Russian emigration. As an online repository of Russian journals and magazines it makes accessible a curated textual corpus in an archive accompanied by a database featuring article-level bibliographical information of these journals. Allowing f…[Read more]
Philip Gleissner started the topic DH2018, Mexico City. Deadline for Paper, Poster, & Panel Proposals: 11/27/2017 in the discussion Slavic DH on ASEEES Commons 1 year, 7 months ago
Don’t miss the deadline for DH2018, 26-29 June 2018 in Mexico City. Who is planning Slavic DH panels?
Check out all details here: https://dh2018.adho.org/en/cfp_english/
“The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) invites submission of proposals for its annual conference on any aspect of digital humanities. The theme of the 2018 c…[Read more]
Dear Slavic DH community,
A call for papers was recently posted for a volume on Global Debates in the Digital Humanities. The editors are seeking significant articles that have “not received due attention for linguistic, cultural, or political reasons.”
As an organization dedicated to supporting Digital Humanities work in the Slavic Field, we s…[Read more]