by Steffen Pielström
In the Digital Humanities, and particularly in Computational Literary Studies (CLS), there is an increasing awareness of the crucial role played by replication in evidence-based research. Relevant disciplinary developments include the increased importance of evaluation in text analysis and the increased interest in making research transparent through publicly accessible data and code (open source, open data).
To address this topic, Huyghens ING, Cornell University, DARIAH-DE and the Priority Programme Computational Literary Studies are organizing the virtual Workshop “Replication and Computational Literary Studies”
on February 23rd 2021
3PM - 7PM Central European Time or
9AM - 1PM East Coast Time.
- A typology of replication studies” by Christof Schöch, University of Trier, Germany
- Replication to the Rescue: Funding Strategies by Karina van Dalen-Oskam, Huyghens ING and University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Replication of quantitative and qualitative research - a case study by Fotis Jannidis, University of Würzburg, Germany
- Reliable methods for text analysis by Maria Antoniak and David Mimno, Cornell University, USA
You can register for the event for free using our registration link.