DHSITE2017 Instructor: Benjamin Deruelle (UQAM)

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Domaines d’expertises

Méthodes et méthodologies informatiques et mathématiques pour l’histoire

Histoire sociale, culturelle et politique de la guerre (XVIe-XVIIe siècle)
Histoire de la noblesse et de ses relations au pouvoir en France (XVIe-XVIIe siècle)
Représentations, discours et argumentation

Publications significatives

  • De papier, de fer et de sang : chevaliers et chevalerie à l’épreuve du XVIe siècle (ca. 1460 – ca. 1620), Paris, Publications de la Sorbonne, collection de l’Institut d’étude de la guerre et la paix, 2015.
  • « Enjeux politiques et sociaux de la culture chevaleresque au XVIe siècle : les prologues de chansons de geste imprimées », Revue Historique, 2010, n°655, p. 551-576.

Communications

  • Stéphane Lamassé et Benjamin Deruelle, « Comment s’écrit l’histoire sur internet ? l’Exemple de la notice Jeanne d’Arc de Wikipédia, École d’été Méthodes digitales pour sciences sociales: écrire, compter, dessiner, analyser, interpréter, organisée par Éric Guichard Lyon (ENS-ENSIB)
  • Benjamin Deruelle, Stéphane Lamassé, « Un dépouillement lexical entre analyse factorielle et cartes de kohonen : le vocabulaire mathématique des arithmétiques en langue vulgaire du bas moyen âge », Modèles et apprentissages en Sciences Humaines et Sociales (MASHS), Université d’Aix-Marseille, 23-24 juin 2011.
  • Dallo, Alain, Deruelle Benjamin, Ducourtieux, Christine, « Teaching Digital Humanities To Historians », THATCamp The Humanities and Technology camp, Florence

Le cours enseigné à SHNTech2017: Analyse statistique en ligne : la prise en main d’une interface d’analyse statistique en SHN

DHSITE2017 Instructor: Sarah Simpkin (University of Ottawa)

sarah-photo-tallSarah Simpkin is currently serving as Interim Digital Scholarship Librarian at the University of Ottawa, where she is working on advancing digital humanities initiatives across campus. In her former role as GIS and Geography Librarian, Sarah managed the library’s geospatial data and map collections, coordinated map digitization projects and taught GIS workshops to students of all disciplines. Sarah holds an Hon. BSc. in Physical Geography from the University of Toronto and a Masters of Library and Information Science degree from the University of Western Ontario.

Course taught at DHSITE2017: Introduction to Mapping and Spatial Methods for the Humanities

DHSITE2017 Instructor: Sarah Thorne (Carleton University

Sarah ThorneSarah Thorne is a doctoral candidate at Carleton’s Institute for Comparative Studies in Literature, Art and Culture. She teaches Game Studies as a contract instructor in the School for Journalism and Communication. Sarah is also the lab manager of the Hyperlab, a digital humanities research centre that explores the possibilities of storytelling with new media. Her research, which is generously funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, investigates the relationship between player agency and narrative in games.

DHSITE2017 Instructor: Shawn Graham (Carleton University)

shawn grahamShawn Graham is an Associate Professor in the History Department at Carleton University. His digital archaeological work involves the use of small-scale agent based models and games to explore Roman social space, generative grammars to amuse and delight, minimal computing for teaching & public outreach with museums, and data mining to see what can be squeezed from archaeological data sets. He blogs at electricarchaeology.ca and is all over twitter as @electricarchaeo. He is currently building a virtual machine with integrated text book for teaching digital archaeology.

Instructor: Hasi Eldib

hasiAfter graduating from the Television Broadcasting program at Algonquin College in 2007, Hasi has spent the last decade working full-time in the Video Production Industry including: two years of work on the high seas onboard cruise ships, a year on the East Coast of Australia, and a three-year stint as ENG Camera Operator & Video Editor for CTV News Ottawa . Hasi has been working at Carleton University for over four years, and was recently promoted and hired on full-time as the Technical Producer/Media Commons Coordinator. Hasi still devotes a large amount of his spare time to passion projects which span a wide range of freelance assignments and independent documentary film projects, which have been featured both nationally and internationally.

Course taught at DHSITE2017: Introduction to Video Editing in the 21st Century and Beyond