Teaching

Training courses in digital humanities at the EPHE for 2015-2016:

 

☞ Under the program PSL  “e.philology” with the EHESS, the ENC, the ENS and the EPHE:

  • E.philology research seminars “electronic edition and their scientific exploitation.
    • serie of 24 lectures, open to all (program in the process).
    • where:
        • » 18 lectures, Mondays between 17:00 and 19:00 at the ENC;
        • » 6 lectures, Wenesdays between 13:00 and 15:00 at Immeuble Le France, Paris 75013 —
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        • - Dates: December, the 9th (room 3), January the 6th (room 2), March the 9th (room 3), April the 6th (room 2), May the 4th (room 2).
        • - Topic: not yet provided.
        • - Public: open to all, however participants are asked to write to Pierre Mounier to announce their venue (pierre.mounier(at)ehess.fr)
    • co-organized by:  (EHESS), Jean-Baptiste CAMPS(ENC),Daniel STÖKL BEN EZRA (EPHE, section SHP),Paolo D’IORIO

 

☞  Under the program “digital humanities” of the EPHE:

  • Introduction to Python for researchers in humanities:
    • Duration: 24h.
    • Teaching: Marc Bui (EPHE, section biology).
  • Relational database design and development:
    • Duration: 30h.
    • Teaching: Michel Grech (Infotique).
  • Introduction to programming language R for vizualising data:
    • Duration: unknown.
    • Teaching: Daniel Stockholm (EPHE, section biology).
  • Introduction to automated data analysis:
    • Duration: unknown.
    • Teaching: François JOUEN (EPHE, section biology).
  • Medieval paleography and electronic edition:
    • Duration: 26h, every second and fourth Thursday from PM 10 to 12:00.
    • Dates: October the 22nd, November the 5th and 26, December the 10th, January the 14th and 28, February the 11th, March the 10th and 24th, April the 7th, May the 19th, June the 2nd (en rouge, to be confirmed”).
    • Where: room 212, Immeuble le France, Paris 75013.
    • Teaching: Dominique STUTZMANN (IRHT, teaching assistant of the chair of Marc SMITH from section humanities and philology).
  • Introduction to geographical data processing:
    • Duration: unknown.
    • Where: unknown.
    • Teaching: Antoine COLLIN and Dorothée JAMES (EPHE, section biology).
  • Layout of LateX for researchers in humanities:
    • Duration: 12h.
    • Teaching: Marc BUI (EPHE, section biology).
  • Webpublishing (php, html, javascriptà;
    • Duration: 30h.
    • Teaching: Rodolphe Kay.

  

For additional informations, please contact Vanessa Juloux (vanessa.juloux(at)ephe.sorbonne.fr).