DH2023 (pre-)Conference Workshops


All workshops are free of charge as part of the conference program. Please note that only registered participants of the DH2023 conference are eligibly to participate in the workshops.
Registration for the individual workshops will be opened in early May through Conftool. Please be ware that workshops may have their own indvidual calls and selection provcesses.


Workshops will be held on-site at the University of Graz main campus. We will publish exact room numbers and directions closer to the conference.
There will also be a help- and registration desk set up at the main campus.
There will be coffee breaks at 10:30 am and 3:00 pm. Lunch is not provided by the organizers, but we will of course point you towards close-by places.


Monday July 10
Full Day
TwinTalks 4: Understanding and Facilitating Remote Collaboration in DH
DH4MA – (Digital Humanities for Marginal Areas). Tangible and Intangible heritage digitalization to promote marginal areas and rural development
An introduction to Transkribus: how to use Handwritten Text Recognition in research and teaching
DHTech SIG Workshop: How can you trust your code?
­Digital Pathways Through Newspaper Advertisements: Workflows from Printed Page to Digital Analysis with the Avisblatt-R-Package
Frameworks for User-Focused Digital Humanities Projects: Half-day workshop proposal
LEAF: Developing Streamlined Digital Scholarly Workflows with the Linked Editing Academic Framework
Who are the Users in Multilingual DH Research?: A Community Exploration
Multilingual taxonomy initiative – TaDiRAH as community of practice
SIG-DLS Workshop: 7 years on
Labs for Labs: a participatory workshop on digital lab practices in the humanities and social sciences
Amplifying unheard voices in Digital Humanities: an OpenMethods edit-a-thon
The Programming Historian: Developing a Digital Humanities Tutorial
SPARQL for (Digital) Humanists – Querying Wikidata and the MiMoTextBase
Tuesday July 11
Full Day
Semantic Web and Linked Open Data in Historical Sciences
A Model for Modeling Problems – Game Design as an Exercise in Formal Abstraction
OCR4all – Open-Source OCR and HTR Across the Centuries
AV in DH SIG Workshop
­Put Them In to Get Them Out: the ParlaMint Corpora for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences Research
Workshop CATMA featuring GitMA and Vis-A-Vis
Tutorial – Collaborative approaches to discourse: Music scholarship using performance recordings and Linked Data annotations
Creating a DH workflow in the SSH Open Marketplace
AudiAnnotate Workshop and the “Radio Venceremos, the Rebel’s Radio Station” Project: Using IIIF with AudioVisual Collections to Build Editions, Exhibits, and Playlists
­Digital Humanities Applications of spaCy’s Span Categorizer
Drafting Standards for Stylometry
Creating, storing, and sharing your own web archives with open source Webrecorder tools
From Sketching to Coding: Visualization as a Thinking Process
­Workshop HTR-United: metadata, quality control and sharing process for HTR training data