Atlas of Digital Humanities and Social Sciences

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Atlas of Digital Humanities and Social Sciences:
atlascshd.org

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- Esteban Romero (erf@ugr.es)
- Élika Ortega (eortegag@uwo.ca)

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Atlas of Digital Humanities and Social Sciences

  1. 1. Atlas of Digital Humanities and Social Science ! www.atlascshd.org
  2. 2. Objective of the Atlas • The Atlas of Digital Humanities and Social Science is intended to give visibility to the community (including researchers, projects, centers, resources) working on Digital Humanities and Social Sciences in Spanish, Portuguese and other Latin languages.
  3. 3. Who is behind? • The database is the result of joining efforts made by GrinUGR (http://grinugr.org/) and MapaHD (http://mapahd.org/). • The Atlas is supported by the infrastructure of GrinUGR, a project funded by CEI-BioTic Granada (http://biotic.ugr.es/). • Maps visualisations are developed by SI2 Soluciones (http://si2.info/).
  4. 4. Esteban Romero-Frías (GrinUGR, University of Granada, Spain; erf@ugr.es; @polisea) & Élika Ortega (CulturePlex Lab, University of Western Ontario, Canada; eortegag@uwo.ca; @elikaortega) Who is behind?
  5. 5. Centernet Map Available at: http://digitalhumanities.org/centernet/ 
  6. 6. A problem of inclusiveness Dacos, M. (2013). “La stratégie du Sauna finlandais”. Blogo Numericus. Available at: http://blog.homo-numericus.net/ article11138.html 
  7. 7. MapaHD An alternative view on the DH community in Spanish and Portuguese. Available at: http://mapahd.org/el-mapa/
  8. 8. www.atlascshd.org
  9. 9. www.atlascshd.org
  10. 10. www.atlascshd.org
  11. 11. Connections between cases are shown in the map
  12. 12. Cases in the Atlas
  13. 13. Cases in the Atlas
  14. 14. Identification and collection of data • Self-identification with the idea of “Digital Humanities and Social Sciences”. • Collection based on: • Questionnaires sent to the most relevant networks, to personal contacts and through social media. • Twitter profiles.
  15. 15. Questionnaire
  16. 16. Twitter
  17. 17. Twitter
  18. 18. Twitter
  19. 19. Open Data Project
  20. 20. Esteban Romero-Frías (GrinUGR, University of Granada, Spain; erf@ugr.es; @polisea) & Élika Ortega (CulturePlex Lab, University of Western Ontario, Canada; eortegag@uwo.ca; @elikaortega) CONTACT

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