Kategorie: The Digital Humanities Interface

Digital Humanities (DH) is an innovative field of research that connects humanities, social sciences and computer sciences, and utilizes qualitative and quantitative methods. The central aim of the TRAFO series “The Digital Humanities Interface” is to give voice to people who are involved in the highly interdisciplinary and transdiciplinary field of DH from both the humanities and the informatics side of the field, thus bridging the divide between those who conceptualize and those who program. This series sheds light on those working at this interface, and we ask what these new techniques and forms of cooperation mean for transregional research. The series is edited by Ninja Steinbach-Hüther (Leibniz-Institute for Regional Geography (IFL) and SFB 1199, Leipzig University) and Thomas Efer (Leipzig University and Sächsische Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig (SAW)).

If you are interested in contributing to this series, please contact Ninja Steinbach-Hüther or Thomas Efer.

Retracing Professional Mobility: Historical Network Analysis through CERD

By Thorben Pelzer. The idea of the Chinese Engineers Relational Database (CERD) is to provide a pool of digitized and cross-referenced data that researchers can then analyze to answer their own specific research questions. These questions concern the ways in which engineers operated under, but also shaped, formats and visions of space.

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