En translation unavailable for Séminaire SHS 3G - Nonna Mayer et Sylvain Parasie (en direct).
En translation unavailable for Séminaire SHS 3G - Richard Rogers et Guilhem Fouetillou.

Migrations & Numérique seminar about the project : KINETIC ÉLITES: The Mediatization of Social Belonging and Close Relationships among Mobile Class Fractions (The Swedish Research Council, 2012-2015)

The project will be presented by Prof. André Jansson (coord., Media and Communication Studies, Karlstad University, Sweden), Prof Miyase Christens (Media and Communication Studies, Stockholm University), Karin Fast (Dr) and Jenny Jansdotter (PhD).

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 04/02/2015
En translation unavailable for Réfugiés connectés - Hackathon.

Introduction to Hyphe: A New Webcrawler for Analyzing Controversies

The International Institute and the UCLA Program on International Migration in collaboration with Telecom ParisTech and the Programme Migrations & Numeriques, Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Parisare proud to present these workshops directed by Dana Diminescu, Paris-Télécom/Tech and Mathieu Jacomy, MédiaLab, Sciences Po, Paris

Monday, January 26 3-5 and Wednesday, January 28, 3-5

Laboratory for Digital Cultural Heritage, first floor, YRL

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 26/01/2015
En translation unavailable for Hold-up Réfugiés connectés : Solutions numériques pour les réfugiés.
En translation unavailable for Séminaire SHS 3G - Dominique Boullier et Loïc Blondiaux.

DH Seminar with Emma Moreton, Coventry University

In April 2013, with funding from the AHRC, a research network was established to look at ways of improving interconnectivity between existing digital collections of migrant correspondence. Central to this project was the development of a system of correspondence markup to represent the linguistic, structural, discoursal, contextual and physical properties of letters, thus offering different layers of meaning and ‘ways-in’ to the texts.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 15/12/2014

Please see the third call (dead line 16 May 2016)

The FMSH is pleased to publish the second call of its grant program in digital humanities. Thanks to a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, FMSH will co-finance transatlantic collaborative projects in the field of the digital humanities.

DATE DE MISE A JOUR : 12/12/2014
En translation unavailable for SHS 3G - Sciences Humaines et Sociales Troisième Génération.