Organisation of the semester

This colloquium will be in Zoom this semster. If you do not have the Zoom link, please write to Slavina Stoyanova.

There are two different formats:

  1. Presentations in Zoom at Wednesday 18:00 with discussion directly after.
  2. Pre-recorded presentations which will be made available at least two days before the Zoom session. Discussion in the Zoom session. Please prepare questions on beforehand and add them to the Etherpad in Ilias with your name, so that you can be called during the Zoom session to ask it.


Studienleistung for Medieninformatik and Informationsverarbeitung MA students:

  • Either: Write a summary of at least five of the presentations, discussing the relevance for the HS and/or Übung you take in this module. The summary should be at least 1000 words and submitted by February 19.
  • Or: Write a blogpost for one of the presentations that will be published here: Which presentation to be blogged about has to be agreed with Prof. Eide on beforehand, please contact me as soon as possible. All presentations are now selected for blogposts. Please send your draft blog post to Øyvind Eide no later than two weeks after the presentation.


  • 4. November. Dr. Elton Barker (Open University): A digital "journeying around": annotating, mapping and linking Pausanias's Description of Greece. Pre-recorded presentation: Part 1. Part 2.
  • 11. November. Kein Kolloquium.
  • 18. November. Prof. Dr. Kai-Christian Bruhn (Hochschule Mainz - University of Applied Sciences): Forschungsdatenmanagement in der Archäologie. Selected for blog. Folien.
  • 25. November. Dr. Patricia Murrieta-Flores (Lancaster University): Digging into Early Colonial Mexico: A large-scale computational analysis of 16th century historical sources. Selected for blog. Link to pre-recorded presentation.
  • 2. Dezember. Dr. Andrew Reinhard (American Numismatic Society/New York University): Digital Built Environments and the New Immaterial Culture. Selected for blog. Folien.
  • 9. Dezember. Jasmin Bieber (Universität Konstanz): Tracing and Translating Journeys Beyond Europe in British Female Travel Writing. Selected for blog. Link to pre-recorded presentation.
  • 16. Dezember. Jonas Bruschke M.Sc. / Dipl.-Ing Cindy Kröber (Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg / Technische Universität Dresden): Bilder erleben und erforschen – das Online-Forschungswerkzeug des Projektes HistStadt4D. Selected for blog.
  • 13. Januar. Mélanie Roche (Bibliothèque nationale de France). Size matters: converting 18 million records into linked data at the National Library of France. Selected for blog.
  • 20. Januar. Prof. Dr. Stefan Feuser (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel): Der MOOC "Discovering Greek & Roman Cities". Chancen und Probleme digitaler Lehre. Selected for blog. Link to pre-recorded presentation.
  • 27. Januar. Dr. Nils Reiter (Universität zu Köln / Universität Stuttgart): Gedichte aus dem Computer — Theo Lutz und die ›Stochastischen Texte‹.
  • 3. Februar. Dr. Christian Prager/Katja Diederichs/Maximilian Behnert-Brodhun (Universität Bonn & Göttingen): Regenwald und virtuelle Welten: Eine digitale Infrastruktur zur Erstellung einer Textdatenbank und eines Wörterbuchs des Klassischen Maya. Selected for blog.
  • 10. Februar. Nina Marie Evensen (Universitetet i Oslo): Ibsen as legacy data: A showcase from the Performing Arts. Cancelled.