Program published! DH2019 pre-conference workshop “Copyright and humanities research: A global perspective”

We are happy to announce the program for the DH2019 pre-conference workshop “Copyright and humanities research: A global perspective”.

The workshop will take place on July 8, 2019 at Tivoli Vredenburg in Utrecht, The Netherlands. It is a joint effort of the DARIAH working group ELDAH (Ethics and Legality in Digital Arts and Humanities) and the CLARIN CLIC (CLARIN Legal and Ethical Issues Committee).

9.00 Opening [chairs: Vanessa Hannesschläger & Walter Scholger]

  • Welcome by the organizers, introduction to scope of the workshop

9:30 Presentation session I [chair: Vanessa Hannesschläger]

  • Erik Ketzan: Should DH Consult an Oracle for the “Copyright Case of the Decade”?
  • (Pawel Kamocki), Andreas Witt: EU Exceptions for Text and Data Mining for Research Purposes : from a Dry Spell to a Crisis of Abundance?

11.00 Break

11.30 Presentation session II [chair: Vanessa Hannesschläger]

  • Kim Nayyer: Advancing digital scholarship activities with Canadian and global comparative copyright law
  • Simone Rebora, Moniek Kuijpers, Piroska Lendvai: Privacy and Property Issues in the Computational Study of Social Reading

13.00 Lunch break

14.00 Presentation session III [chair: Walter Scholger]

  • Nirmala Menon: Copyright and Impact Factors in the Humanities – Decolonizing Knowledge Systems and Assessments
  • Paul Millar: Copyright and Post-disaster Archiving
  • Kiyonori Nagasaki: Recent situation of copyright law and other licensing issues for DH in Japan

15:30 Break

16:00 Panel/Plenary Discussion: “Digital Humanities: Research with digital resources in post-anarchical times“ [chair: Walter Scholger]
Panelists: Erik Ketzan, Kim Nayyer, Andreas Witt
Wrap-up and Take-aways

17.30 End


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