Narativi i mreže: digitalni pristupi prema rekonstrukciji veza iz prošlosti

20. travnja 2016.

Zadovoljstvo nam je pozivati vas na predavanje dr. sc. Johannesa Preiser-Kapellera (Institute for Medieval Research, Division of Byzantine Research, Austrian Academy of Sciences) na temu Narativi i mreže: digitalni pristupi prema rekonstrukciji veza iz prošlosti / Narratives and Networks: digital approaches towards the reconstruction of past connectivity, koje će se održati u Nacionalnoj i sveučilišnoj knjižnici (seminarska dvorana, polukat) u Zagrebu u srijedu, 27. travnja 2016. s početkom u 12:00 sati. Predavanje je otvoreno za javnost, planirano vrijeme trajanja je 90 minuta, a održat će se na engleskom jeziku.

Gostovanje je realizirano u okviru projekta Instituta za povijest umjetnosti ARTNET – Moderne i suvremene umjetničke mreže, umjetničke grupe i udruženja. Organizacijski i komunikacijski modeli suradničkih umjetničkih praksi 20. i 21. stoljeća, koji se provodi uz podršku Hrvatske zaklade za znanost (voditeljica dr. sc. Ljiljana Kolešnik).

Predavanje za cilj ima predstaviti nove metode i tehnologije koje zastupa međunarodna akademska, znanstveno-istraživačka zajednica usmjerena na aktivnosti paneuropskog konzorcija DARIAH – Digitalna istraživačka infrastruktura za umjetnost i humanističke znanosti.

Za više informacija kontaktirajte dr. sc. Ljiljanu Kolešnik (ljkoles@ipu.hr). 

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Network model of routes in the Roman Empire (modified on the basis of http://orbis.stanford.edu/); nodes sized according to their betweenness centrality, coloured according to their attribution to regional clusters (J. Preiser‐Kapeller, OEAW, 2016)
3D‐network model of the conflict within the nobility of the Byzantine Empire in 1321 CE between followers of the Emperors Andronikos II and Andronikos III (J. Preiser‐Kapeller, OEAW, 2016)
Visualisation of a network of the distribution of various types of ceramics among archaeological sites in the western Indian Ocean, 1st‐6th cent. AD (J. Preiser‐Kapeller, OEAW, 2016)
Geographical visualisation of a network model of the distribution of various types of ceramics among archaeological sites in the western Indian Ocean, 1st‐6th cent. AD (J. Preiser‐Kapeller, OEAW, 2016)
The Ego‐network of Franz Conrad von Hötzendorf (1852‐1925), Head of the General Staff of the Austrian‐Hungarian army at the beginning of World War I (red: family members; green: politics; blue: military; yellow: politics and military; purple: private). Based on data from Wolfram Dornik (Des Kaisers Falke. Wirken und Nach‐Wirken von Franz Conrad von Hötzendorf. Innsbruck 2013, 279 p.; http://www.bik.ac.at/team/biografien/50‐wolframdornik.html), network graph created in cooperation with Wolfram Dornik by Johannes Preiser‐Kapeller, 2013.
Network model of members of the Byzantine elite for the period 1282 to 1402 AD; individuals arranged after their first year of occurrence in the sources, from the late 13th cent. (left, orange) to the early 15th cent. (right, blue) (J. Preiser‐Kapeller, OEAW, 2015)
Network of localities connected through the mobility of members of the Byzantine elite in the period 1282 to 1402 AD (J. Preiser‐Kapeller, OEAW, 2015)
Network model of associations between English words from the Edinburgh Associative Thesaurus; ego‐network of the word “mosaic”, nodes sized according to their betweenness‐centrality (data: http://vlado.fmf.uni‐lj.si/pub/networks/data/dic/eat/Eat.htm; graph: J. Preiser‐Kapeller, OEAW, 2015)