WORLDS APART? FUTURES OF GLOBAL HISTORY
Zaktualizowano: 24 maj
History is a field that is constantly evolving and adapting to new perspectives and methodologies. If you are passionate about global history, we invite you to attend the "Worlds Apart? Futures of Global History" conference, which will take place on May 25 and 26, 2023, at the renowned Weltmuseum Wien. The aim of this event is to engage with critiques of global history and explore ways towards a more inclusive and decentralized practice.
As part of the conference, our MAPE team will participate in Panel 2: Methods and Sources of Global History, presenting the transformative power of Big Data and Natural Language Processing (NLP) methods in historical research.
Our MAPE team is pleased to contribute to the conference by highlighting the critical role of Big Data and NLP methods in enriching global history research. In our panel, we will demonstrate how the integration of these innovative approaches opens up new opportunities for historians to analyze patterns, connections, and correlations on a global scale. By leveraging the vast amounts of information available through Big Data and employing NLP techniques, we can gain a more nuanced understanding of historical events and interactions.
The "Worlds Apart? Futures of Global History" conference provides a unique opportunity to reflect on the current state of global history and contribute to its future development. Participation in this conference will allow you to interact with renowned scholars, researchers, and practitioners in the field of global history. By participating in the stimulating discussion sessions, you will gain valuable insights into the potential of interdisciplinary methods to expand the horizons of historical research.
Do not miss your chance to attend this conference.
Join us on May 25-26, 2023 at the Weltmuseum in Vienna, Austria.
For more information and to register for the conference, please visit the official website:
International Conference, Vienna,
25/26 May 2023
WMW Forum (ground floor)
Heldenplatz, 1010 Vienna, Austria