[open-humanities] Hi there.. I just joined this list..

Jonathan Gray jonathan.gray at okfn.org
Mon Nov 14 13:02:57 GMT 2011


Welcome Michele! Great to have you on the list. :-)

For a while I've been thinking I'd really like to do a small
seminar/workshop on semantic web technologies and intellectual
history. In particular dealing with things like conceptual change, how
ontologies vary over time, anachronism, annotating corpora over time,
etc.

Would love to chat to you more about your work at some point.

J.

On Fri, Nov 11, 2011 at 11:32 AM, Michele Pasin <michele.pasin at gmail.com> wrote:
> .. but I'm really liking it so I thought I'd better say a couple of words to
> introduce myself.
> My name is Michele Pasin, I currently work at London's Kings College,
> Department of Digital Humanities as a research associate (by the way if
> you're in the area and want to pay a visit - do get in touch!).
> In the past I've been working mostly with structured data and semantic
> technologies in areas such as philosophy, history and textual studies,
> but I'm interested in cultural informatics at large; also, I'm keen to
> explore the employment of other computing methods (eg visualization,
> interaction design, social web) in the humanities.
> I look forward to to my bit towards an open-knowledge-world for the
> humanities!
> Michele
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