Joensuu Program

Register HERE to the event.

Please, respond the Digital History Suomi survey here:

NOTE: The attendants should bring their own laptops to the event, and download the needed data sets and programs before the event (for further details, please see the links below).

Thursday February 1st, 2018

Venue: M110, Metria building

12:15-12:25   Introduction – Kimmo Katajala

12:25-12:55   Introduction to Digital History as Method & Field – Mila Oiva

12:55-15:10  The humanities in 2020 & Topic Modeling – hands on workshop – Jo Guldi

15:10-15:40   Break

15:40-15:55   Ad fontes – Kimmo Katajala

15:55-16:10   Geospatial tools in Vyborg historical town atlas – Antti Härkönen

16:10-16:40   Digital Methods in Language Research – Tero Aalto

16:45-17:45   Speed-dating cocktail-party


Friday February 2nd, 2018

Venue: M102, Metria building

9:00-9:15       Remote sensing research on landscape change – Eliisa Lotsari, Timo Kumpula

9:15-9:30       Landscape change based on aerial photography – Marko Kärkkäinen, Max Strandén, Hanne Komulainen

9:30-11:00     Network analysis with Gephi – Johan Jarlbrink

11:00-11:15   Coffee break


Doing digital history 1.5 using Swedish and Finnish Digitized Newspaper Archives

Mats Fridlund

Venue: M102

From Archival documents to Dots in the Map

Mila Oiva

Venue: M110


Co-Organizer Antti Härkönen