DH Summer School 2017

COURSE VIDEOS

Monday

Afternoon:

  • Presentation and welcome. Elena González-Blanco García. Facultad de Filología, UNED. Gimena del Río Riande. CONICET, Argentina.
  • “R a computer language for textual analysis” Antonio Robles, Departamento de Sistemas de Comunicación y Control. ETSI Informática, UNED. José Manuel Fradejas Facultad de Filosofía y Letras Universidad de Valladolid
  • “How to create a Clarin metadata schema for the LINDAT repository. EVILINHD as a case study of Tadirah vocabulary inclusion ” Agustín Caminero. Departamento de Sistemas de Comunicación y Control. ETSI Informática, UNED. María Luisa Díez. LINHD, UNED.
Tuesday

Morning:

  • Plenary talk. A Personal History of DH: Companions, Connections, and Poetry Susan Schreibman, Maynooth University, Dublin
  • “Ontologies and the Digital Humanities: An Overview” , Fahad Khan Pisa, Istituto Zampolli, CNR
  • “A data model for poetry in the context of linked data” Mariana Curado Malta. Instituto Superior de Contabilidade e Administração do Porto y POSTDATA Project en LINHD, Helena Bermúdez Sabel. LINHD, UNED.

Afternoon:

  • Manipulation of written text chains: Regular Expressions – Pablo Ruiz Fabo. LINHD, UNED.
  • Automatisation of poetry analysis. Enjambment Detection Clara I. Martínez Cantón, UNED
  • “The Spanish Clarin-K-Center seen as a user-oriented infrastructure: virtual research environment, multilingual word processor tools and semantic catalogs”Mikel Iruskieta. University of the Basque Country
Wednesday

Morning:

  • “Linked open data for the creation of language resource catalogs. The case of the ReTeLe network in the Spanish-speaking world” Jorge Gracia. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid – Departamento de Inteligencia Artificial.
  • “The Finland infrastructure for Linked Open Data” Eetu Mäkelä. Researcher, D.Sc. Aalto University, University of Helsinki, University of Oxford

Link to the course virtual platform

Program

Cofinanced by:         

 

Methodoloy:

Face-to-Face and Online

Dates:

From 3rd to 5th July

Course price:

108 €

We have discounts for the members of HDH, AAHD, RedHD Associations and UNED

Information

Summer School “Semantic Technologies and Linguistic tools for Digital Humanities”
Madrid, from 3rd to 5th of July 2017
Available Online!

Follow the course in person or online

In this summer course we are going to teach scholars how to use technology tools and in particular, semantic technologies to develop their projects and research.

Location: Salón de Actos, Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociología UNED, Madrid, Spain

Enrolment: HERE

OBJECTIVES

-Trains scholars mostly with humanistic backgrounds into digital technologies, in particular, in semantic tools.

-Engage the research community to use CLARIN tools and infrastructures.

-Share the experience with participants from other countries leading Clarin initiatives, such as Italy and Finland, but also Argentina.

PARTICIPANTS‘ PROFILE

Researchers in philology and digital humanities, as well as people from other areas interested in the study of poetry. It is not essential to have previous experience in this area, although it is recommended to have some understanding of digital humanities and associated working methodologies.

METHODOLOGY

The course will be mainly practical and delivered in a workshop form, although some more theoretical sessions are included.

DURATION

16 HOURS

PROFILE OF PROPOSING TEAM

-Elena González-Blanco, director of LINHD, the leader of the yearly DH@Madrid Summer School and a constituent member of the Spanish Clarin-K-Centre

-Gimena del Rio, researcher from Conicet Argentina, expert in DH in Latin American Spanish Speaking Countries

-Clara Martínez, associated professor of Literary Theory at UNED, expert in Digital Humanities

-Nurial Bel, Asociate Professor of Translation Technologies and director of the IULA CLARIN Competence Centre; expert in NLP and semantic web.

-Mikel Iruskieta, Associate Professor of Didactics of Language and a researcher of the IXA NLP group, both at UPV/EHU, part of the Clarin-K too.

The common schedule information at the bottom of the page is translated at Page 2 below!

Program

Monday, July 3rd.

Afternoon:

  • Presentation and welcome. Elena González-Blanco García. Facultad de Filología, UNED. Gimena del Río Riande. CONICET, Argentina.
  • “R a computer language for textual analysis” Antonio Robles, Departamento de Sistemas de Comunicación y Control. ETSI Informática, UNED. José Manuel Fradejas Facultad de Filosofía y Letras Universidad de Valladolid
  • “How to create a Clarin metadata schema for the LINDAT repository. EVILINHD as a case study of Tadirah vocabulary inclusion ” Agustín Caminero. Departamento de Sistemas de Comunicación y Control. ETSI Informática, UNED. María Luisa Díez. LINHD, UNED.

Tuesday, July 4th.

Morning:

  • Plenary talk. A Personal History of DH: Companions, Connections, and Poetry Susan Schreibman, Maynooth University, Dublin
  • “Ontologies and the Digital Humanities: An Overview” , Fahad Khan Pisa, Istituto Zampolli, CNR
  • “A data model for poetry in the context of linked data” Mariana Curado Malta. Instituto Superior de Contabilidade e Administração do Porto y POSTDATA Project en LINHD, Helena Bermúdez Sabel. LINHD, UNED.

Afternoon:

  • Manipulation of written text chains: Regular Expressions – Pablo Ruiz Fabo. LINHD, UNED.
  • Automatisation of poetry analysis. Enjambment Detection Clara I. Martínez Cantón, UNED
  • “The Spanish Clarin-K-Center seen as a user-oriented infrastructure: virtual research environment, multilingual word processor tools and semantic catalogs”Mikel Iruskieta. University of the Basque Country

Wednesday, July 5th.

Morning:

  • “Linked open data for the creation of language resource catalogs. The case of the ReTeLe network in the Spanish-speaking world” Jorge Gracia. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid – Departamento de Inteligencia Artificial.
  • “The Finland infrastructure for Linked Open Data” Eetu Mäkelä. Researcher, D.Sc. Aalto University, University of Helsinki, University of Oxford.
Speakers
  • Elena González Blanco (Directora LINHD UNED),
  • Gimena del Rio Riande (Conicet), Eva Méndez (University Carlos III, Madrid)
  • Antonio Robles, Departamento de Sistemas de Comunicación y Control. ETSI Informática, UNED.
  • José Manuel Fradejas Facultad de Filosofía y Letras Universidad de Valladolid
  • Agustín Caminero. Departamento de Sistemas de Comunicación y Control. ETSI Informática, UNED
  • María Luisa Díez. LINHD, UNED.
  •  Susan Schreibman, Maynooth University, Dublin
  •  Fahad Khan Pisa, Istituto Zampolli, CNR
  •  Mariana Curado Malta. Instituto Superior de Contabilidade e Administração do Porto y POSTDATA Project en LINHD,
  • Helena Bermúdez Sabel. LINHD, UNED.
  • Pablo Ruiz Fabo. LINHD, UNED.
  • Clara I. Martínez Cantón, UNED
  • Mikel Iruskieta. University of the Basque Country
  •  Jorge Gracia. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid – Departamento de Inteligencia Artificial.
  • Eetu Mäkelä. Researcher, D.Sc. Aalto University, University of Helsinki, University of Oxford.
Accommodation

We recommend to the participants to the @DH Summer School course accommodations in one of the hotels presented below, situated in central locations of the capital and with good transport connections to The National Distance Education University. Accommodation is subject to availability at the time of booking.

HOTEL TRYP MENFIS (Centro)
Calle Gran Vía, 74, 28013 Madrid
Tel: +34 915470900 – Fax +34 915475199
E-mail: tryp.menfis@melia.com
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HOTEL TRYP AMBASSADOR (Centro)
Cuesta de Santo Domingo, 5, 28013 Madrid
Tel: +34 915416700 – Fax +34 915991040
E-mail: tryp.ambassador@melia.com
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HOTEL NH ALBERTO AGUILERA (***) (Argüelles/Moncloa)
Alberto Aguilera, 18, 28015 Madrid
Tel. +34 914460900 – Reservas:  902 091 857
E-mail: nhalbertoaguilera@nh-hotels.com
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HOTEL NH ARGÜELLES (***) (Argüelles/Moncloa)
Vallehermoso, 65, 28015 Madrid
Tel. +34 915939777 – Reservas:  902 091 857
E-mail: nharguelles@nh-hotels.com
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HOTEL EXE MONCLOA  (****) (Moncloa)
C/Arcipreste de Hita, 10, 28015 Madrid
Tel. +34 917459299
reservas@hotelexmoncloa.com
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Enrolment

More information about the registration process to UNED summer courses for distance learning, using UNED’s virtual education system delivered through the aLF platform. Specific digital materials are going to be made available, some developed by the faculty team as well as other quality academic materials available in digital form, audio and visual content, chat and forums as main tools of communication between students and the faculty team.

Enrolment: http://extension.uned.es/actividad/idactividad/14225 

CONTACT

COURSE DIRECTOR:

Elena González-Blanco García

egonzalezblanco@flog.uned.es

Dpto. de Literatura Española y Teoría de la Literatura, Despacho 722
Facultad de Filología, UNED
Paseo Senda del Rey 7
28040 MADRID
tel. 91 3986873

Preferred hours for face to face tutorials and telephone inquiries: Tuesday 9:30-19:00 and Thursday 9:30-14:00, appointment requests can be send by e-mail at egonzalezblanco@flog.uned.es

JOINT COURSE DIRECTOR

Gimena del Río Riande

Position: Researcher

University / Faculty / Department / Centre / Institution: Seminar on Editing and Textual Criticism
(Secrit-IIBICRIT, CONICET)

gdelrio.riande@gmail.com

Facultad de Filología, UNED
Paseo Senda del Rey 7
28040 MADRID

COURSE COORDINATOR:

Clara Isabel Martínez Cantón

Position: Assistant Professor

University / Faculty / Department / Centre / Institution: Department of Spanish Literature and Literary Theory

Facultad de Filología, UNED
Paseo Senda del Rey 7
28040 MADRID

Direction

The Faculty of Political Science and Sociology (UNED) is located at Obispo Trejo St. (Ciudad Universitaria)

Location Map

From Moncloa

Moncloa is one of the most important transport hubs in Madrid, connected to the northwest area of the region by several intercity bus lines and to the rest of the city by the underground network.

Underground (METRO).The closest underground stop to UNED is Moncloa station, on Line 6 (CIRCULAR line, grey colour).

Map of Metro

From Moncloa there are different ways to get to The Conference Room (Salon de Actos) of the Faculty of Political Science and Sociology (UNED, Obispo Trejo St.):

By bus (15 -20 minutes, approx.). In any case, this option includes at least a 500-metre walk.

Bus A: Head for Somosaguas, (2 stops: get off at “Puente de los Franceses”)

Bus 161: Head for Estación de Aravaca (2 stops: get off at “Puente de los Franceses”)

Bus 46: Head for Príncipe Pío (2 stops: get off at “Puente de los Franceses”)

Walking (23 minutes, approx.)

Paseo Ruperto Chapí

Calle Senda del Rey and right on Calle Obispo Trejo

To Moncloa

There are several ways to travel from different places within the city to Moncloa station:

By train

Madrid is connected to the rest of Spain by a large train network (CERCANÍAS RENFE). The main train stations in the city are Chamartín (north), Nuevos Ministerios, Sol (city center) and Atocha (south). All of them are also connected to the Underground network (METRO).

Train Lines Map (RENFE CERCANÍAS Madrid).

From Chamartín: Underground Line 1 (Cuatro Caminos), transfer to Line 6 (Moncloa)

From Nuevos Ministerios: Underground Line 6 (Moncloa)

From Sol: Underground Line 3 (Moncloa)

Bus 46 (From Alcalá st. / Gran Vía st. to the bus stop “Puente de los Franceses”)

From Atocha (express lines): Line 1 (Sol), transfer to Line 3 (Moncloa)

For more information click Here.

Other ways to get there

By car. Parking is free in the area, but not very easy to find…

From Moncloa:

Take Arco de la Victoria Ave. (head for Ciudad Universitaria). Turn left at the roundabout on Cardenal Cisneros Square. Continue through Juan de Herrera Ave. At the street’s end, take the Martín Fierro Ave. to the left. From the Séneca Ave. turn right into the second street (right-turn is not allowed on the first street), turn right but do not cross the bridge. At the traffic light, turn right into Senda del Rey St and then right on Obispo Trejo St.

From Príncipe Pío:

At the end of Valladolid Ave., take the right lane. Senda del Rey St. should be opposite you, on the right side of the road. The access to get there is a 45º angle street that crosses Séneca Ave.

By M-30 from the north:

Coming from the North, exit on Valladolid Ave. This road runs parallel to Senda del Rey St. Once you leave behind the traffic light, the building of the School of Economic Sciences is on the left-hand side. To get there, take a 180º turn at the traffic light located behind the subway. After that, turn right leaving the main lane in order to cross to the Valladolid Ave. Finally, turn left.

By M-30 from the south:

Exit Valladolid Ave. Go perpendicularly to Senda del Rey St. to cross Valladolid Ave. and turn left on the second street (the first street is Valladolid Ave).

By plane. The Adolfo Suárez-Barajas Airport is 20 km away from the city and is connected to the capital by underground, train, bus and taxi:

Underground: Line 8 (Nuevos Ministerios-Aeropuerto)

Train: Line C1 (Príncipe Pío-Atocha-Recoletos-Aeropuerto T4)

Bus: Line 200 (Avenida de América Transport Hub, Avenida de América St. –Crossing to Agastia st.-, Canillejas –near the underground entrance-, Airport: T2 and T1-arrivals-).

Taxi

For more information about the airport see Adolfo Suárez-Barajas Airport.

Travel information within the city

Public transport. The Public Transport Authority of Madrid (Consorcio de Transportes de Madrid) offers a wide range of fares suitable to the different needs of the traveller. Traveling both inside the city and through the region is possible using different fares: one-way ticket, ten-trip pass, airport-city tickets or touristic pass (available only for a certain number of days). For more information click here.

Taxi. For those preferring this option, there is ample taxi service in Madrid. For general information: fares, methods of payment and supplements, click here.

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