Since spring 2012, The Language Archive hosts e-Humanities in Action.
The goal of this lecture series is to discuss research on/applications of computational linguistic methods, automatic Natural Language Processing (NLP) and automatic audio/video processing (computer vision) in the humanities. The subjects of the talks can range from techniques, via tools, to the exploitation of small corpora and multimedia data. Overarching, the goal is to provide perspectives useful for future research in the area.
We are open to discuss speakers’ proposals.