Trzydniowe seminarium pod tytułem PODSTAWY HUMANISTYKI CYFROWEJ DLA PRZEKŁADOZNWCÓW:
This workshop provides an introduction to the possibilities afforded by applying computational methods to scholarship in the humanities. Students will gain familiarity with several different methods and explore opportunities to apply them to their own research questions in translation studies.
Carol Chiodo, Ph.D. is the Librarian for Collections and Digital Scholarship at Harvard University Library. A former book editor and translator, she is she now stewards the Western European collections at Harvard and develops transformative ways for researchers to engage with our collections. Carol earned her Ph.D. in Italian at Yale and was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship at The Franke Family Digital Humanities Laboratory at Yale University Library and the Institute of Sacred Music. Her research focuses on the application of computational methods to support the study of cultural heritage. She is committed to programs and services that sustain interdisciplinary, collaborative, and open access scholarship. Her work on cultural heritage collections as data has been supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities. A lifelong learner, Carol is also a passionate instructor, having taught courses in language, literature and computational methods at Yale, Princeton, Harvard, Université Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, University of Leipzig, Babeș-Bolyai University, and NYU Abu Dhabi.