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Digital Humanities in Early Music Research I

A series of conferences and workshops focusing on the use of digital humanities in early music research. The series is open to the public free of charge. Reservation is required: please contact the coordinator Jana Franková (frankova(at)mua.cas.cz).

Each session will take place on Thursday 4–7 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m.–6 p.m. at Akademické konferenční centrum, Husova 4a, Praha 1.

Detailed program will be announced soon.

Session I – Early music databases, encoding, analysing and OMR 
5–6 March 2020 
Debra Lacoste (Principal Researcher and Project Manager of Cantus Database and Cantus Index; University of Waterloo, Canada) 
Jennifer Bain (Principal Investigator for Digital Analysis of Chant Transmission and Contextualizing the Music of Hildegard of Bingen; Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada) 
Ichiro Fujinaga (Principal Investigatorfor SIMSSA - Single Interface for Music Score Searching and Analysis and Cantus Ultimus; McGill University, Montréal, Canada) 

Session II – Databases and digital editions of early music 
21–22 May 2020 
Elsa De Luca (Coordinator of the Portuguese Early Music Database, member of the Board of the Music Encoding Initiative (2019–21); University of Lisbon, Portugal) 
Konstantin Voigt (Universitätsassistent, post-doc researcher in Latin songs of the 12th century, collaborator on Corpus Monodicum; University of Vienna, Austria) 

Session III – Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) and musicology - editing early modern texts 
1–2 October 2020 
Christophe Guillotel-Nothmann (Principal Investigator for the Thesaurus Musicarum Germanicarum; French National Centre for Scientific Research, IReMus, Paris, France) 
Alexandre Guilbaud (Co-founder of ENCCRE - Édition Numérique Collaborative et CRitique de l’Encyclopédie; Sorbonne-Université, Paris, France) 

 program for print