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Curating Data Cultures Workshop

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Location: Junction (JX2.02) and FAB building (FAB3.26 and FAB4.52)

This afternoon workshop will explore the transformative potential of curating open data cultures across the humanities and social sciences and the practicalities involved in this.

Two leading scholars in digital humanities will give opening presentations in which they draw on their own work to explore wider issues raised by open qualitative inquiry in contemporary culture and society:

- Karin van Es (Media and Culture Studies, University of Utrecht), project lead Humanities in the Utrecht Data School
- Barbara McGillivray (Computational Linguistics, KCL), Editor in Chief Journal of Open Humanities Data

The second half of the workshop will take the form of interactive data sessions where experts and newcomers to open data in the humanities and social sciences will evaluate the practical benefits and challenges of making qualitative data and research open. This will be done through a structured exploration of data sets submitted in response to the Call for Data Sets recently issued by the Curating Data Cultures team.

The event is funded by University of Warwick's Enhancing Research Cultures Fund and is Co-hosted by the Curating data cultures project and the Centre for Digital Inquiry.

Location: Junction and FAB buildings.

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