DiXiT Supervisory Board Meeting


The DiXiT Supervisory Board will take place in Cambridge (Trinity College) on Sunday, 27 April (10am – 1 pm).

The External Experts Advisory Board (EEAB) consists out of four members:

Arianna Ciula, Research Facilitator in the Department of Humanities at the University of Roehampton (London), consultant for and previously science officer (Humanities) at the European Science Foundation (Strasbourg), member of the TEI board of directors and secretary of the European Association of Digital Humanities.

Gregory Crane, Professor in Computer Science and chair in the Dept. of Classics at Tufts University and currently holding a Humboldt professorship at Leipzig University

Hans-Walter Gabler, Prof. em. for English Studies and Editorial Science at the Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich

Espen Smith Ore, Head Engineer at the Institute for Linguistics and Nordic Studies, Oslo

– Camp 1 (supervision, deliverables, financing)
– Camp 2 in Graz
– further events (e.g. DH conference in Lausanne)
– Consortium Agreement
– Finances, especially:
— Consortium Finance Plan
— Accounting procedure (receipts, bills etc.)
— Eligible costs & redistribution from Category 3 (Training)
– Deliverables
– Secondments
– Announcement of ER fellowships
– Reports (… Mid-Term)
– other

The meeting is scheduled in the framework of the Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age 2014.



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