Wednesday, May 06, 2009

"Philosophy in the Digital Age," Maison Francaise d'Oxford, May 6, 2009.

Morning Session: Philosophical Content 10.00-10.40: Paolo D’Iorio (CNRS-MFO), "Nietzsche’s Works and Manuscripts on the Web" 10.40-11.20: Alois Pichler (Wittgenstein Archive, Bergen), "5000 pages of the Wittgenstein Nachlass online" 11.20-12.00: Cristina Marras / Antonio Lamarra (CNR-ILIESI, Rome), "Daphnet: Classic and Modern Philosophy on the Web" 12.00-12.40: Valentina Gasbarra (RAInet, Rome), "Sophiavision: video interviews with contemporary philosophers" 12.45am-2.00pm: Lunch (registration required) Afternoon Session: Semantic Technologies for the Humanities 2.00-2.20: Christine Madsen (OII, Oxford), "Europeana Interoperability for Philosophical Content" 2.20pm-3.10: Michele Barbera (Net7, Pisa), "Talia: a Semantic Web powered Digital Library for the Humanities" 3.10-4.00: Christian Morbidoni (Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona), "Philospace: a Semantic Web Digital Notebook" Convener: Paolo D’Iorio (CNRS-MFO); Registration required by email ( before 5pm, May 6.

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