Digital humanities lunch

Continuing the medieval tradition of eating while listening to a learned person reading and interpreting learned texts, we are inviting all those interested in the humanitates digitales to join us for lunch on Fridays at IJP PAN for the following talks. The atmosphere will be informal, please bring your lunch or join us in ordering nudles from a nearby pasta bar.

where and when:

on Fridays, at 1 pm, in the conference room at IJP PAN, al. Mickiewicza 31 in Kraków; or online here:

The meetings are funded by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, from the financial resources for promoting education.


Meetings in 2019/2020:

15.10.2019 Artjoms Šela (University of Tartu): Meaning of a poetic meter and historical randomness: how topic modeling could help us to generalize the relations between a verse form and semantics

25.10.2019 Anastasia Panova i Waleria Morozova (Higher School of Economics in Moscow): A collection of spoken non-standard Russian corpora

29.11.2019 Michał B. Paradowski (University of Warsaw): Dlaczego wysoka centralność w sieci rówieśniczej nie (zawsze) przekłada się na postępy w nauce? Potencjał i paradoksy w analizie sieci społecznych uczniów języka obcego

14.01.2020 William Kretzschmar (University of Georgia / Uniwersytet Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu): Complex Systems for Lexicography and Text Analysis

24.01.2020 Helena Grochola-Szczepanek, Michał Woźniak, Rafał L. Górski (Instytut Języka Polskiego PAN): Spisz Dialect Corpus – possibilities of a new research tool

14.02.2020 Izabela Gatkowska (Jagiellonian University): Diagnosing dysarthria – how linguistics can support medicine

06.03.2020 Mihailo Škorić (University of Belgrade): How to train your tagger

12.06.2020 Albert Leśniak and Małgorzata Czachor (IJP PAN): How small a corpus can be? The efficiency of TF-IDF keyword extraction in relation to the corpus size 

01-03.04.2020 Mike Kestemont (University of Antwerp: Advances in Digital Music Iconography (postponed to autumn)

Information about upcoming meetings will be here soon!

Pracownia Metodologiczna IJP PAN

Rafał Górski, Maciej Eder, Joanna Byszuk, Michał Woźniak, Albert Leśniak, Wojciech Łukasik, Artjoms Šela
in cooperation with Towarzystwo Miłośników Języka Polskiego