In May and June, there are many exciting events being planned when you can find out much more about the results of our work, both individually and collectively. They are listed below in chronological order. Keep an eye on our website for more details.

9 May
Public defense of Albert Meroño Peñuela’s PhD called, ‘Refining Statistical Data on the Web’. This is the very first of many PhDs still to come. Time: 15.45. Place: VU University Aula, De Boelelaan 1105, Amsterdam)

12-13 May
Final event for the Tunes & Tales project, featuring keynote lectures by Victoria Williamson (University of Sheffield), Philip Bohlman (University of Chicago) and Jamie Tehrani (Durham University) on various aspects of cultural transmission. Amsterdam. Registration open.

20 May
Final event for all of the Computational Humanities projects, and launch of the Digital Alliance for Social Sciences and Humanities in the Netherlands (DASSH.NL). In addition to presentations from all four projects, the afternoon will include keynote lectures from Ray Siemens (University of Victoria) and Franciska de Jong (Utrecht University). Amsterdam. Some spaces still available – registration via our website.

24-25 May
Final event for the Elite Networks Shift project, called ‘Digital Disruption in Asia: Methods & Issues’, a full programme of keynotes, panel sessions and hands-on workshops. Leiden.

8 June
Final event for the CEDAR project about census data harmonisation. Amsterdam.

And after that, if you still want more, you can head off to Luxembourg for the DH Benelux conference (9-10 June), and then the very big, very international DH conference in Krakow in July.