IANLS Vacation School: Digital Humanities and Neo-Latin Studies
The Vacation School on Digital Humanities and Neo-Latin Studies, organized under the auspices of the International Association for Neo-Latin Studies (IANLS) and generously sponsored by the Volkswagen Foundation, offers an opportunity to discuss research questions at the intersection between Neo-Latin Studies and Digital Humanities and explore the potential of interdisciplinary collaboration. The School will take place in person in Bonn from 1 through 5 March 2022.
Marco Passarotti will hold a class with Johann Ramminger on lemmatization and Part-of-Speech tagging and a tutorial on the LiLa Knowledge Base.
The Call for Participation will remain open until November 26th; travel bursaries are available to all successful applicants.
For more information: https://dnls.hypotheses.org/