stu­di­olo. Co­oper­at­ive re­search en­vir­on­ments in the Di­git­al Hu­man­it­ies

The final conference of the interdisciplinary research project "studiolo communis" took place on 22 and 23 July 2013.

(Poster and flyer for the conference)

In the arts and cultural studies, research and communication processes are undergoing fundamental change. While research in these fields has so far been characterized by time-consuming and cost-intensive archive and library trips, the increasing extensive digitization of source material promises global availability "from the desk".

Furthermore, new approaches and applications in information technologies have been developed in recent years, which, summarised under the keywords eHumanities or Digital Humanities, also aim to facilitate or improve the increasingly digital scientific indexing and evaluation of found material in the humanities. With the development of virtual research environments, new possibilities for cooperation between researchers, for the collection and structuring of sources or the annotation and linking of materials are to be created.

The lectures planned for the conference will deal with different approaches, problems and questions in the development of these research environments from an interdisciplinary point of view and will also take a look at future developments and research perspectives in the Digital Humanities.

The lectures will be published in book form.


Monday, 22 July 2013


Arrival and registration



13.30 – 14.30

Prof. Dr. Reinhard Förtsch (German Archaeological Institute, Berlin)

Die DAI-Cloud und IANUS. Evolutionsstufen einer kooperativen Forschungsumgebung

14.30 – 15.00

Coffee break

15.00 – 16.00

Doris Annette Hartmann, Andreas Oberhoff (Paderborn University)

studiolo communis – Digitale Unterstützung des Forschungsdiskurses in der Kunst- und Architekturgeschichte

16.00 – 17.00

PD Dr. Martin Warnke (Leuphana University Lüneburg)

Das subversive Bild

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

9.00 – 10.00

Michael Franke (Max Planck Digital Library, Munich)

Erfolgsfaktoren für virtuelle Forschungsumgebungen

10.00 – 11.00

Prof. Dr. Joachim Veit (University of Music, Detmold)

Zum gegenwärtigen Stand und den Perspektiven digitaler Musikeditionen

11.00 – 11.30

Coffee break

11.30 – 12.15

Prof. Dr. Eva-Maria Seng, Prof. Dr. Reinhard Keil (Paderborn University)

Hand- und Kopfarbeit - Unterstützung des Forschungsdiskurses in den Kulturwissenschaften

12.15 – 13.00

Final discussion



Doris Hartmann
UNESCO Competence Centre
Mersinweg 3 (building W)

33098 Paderborn

Room W1.211
Phone 05251 60 – 5505 / 5464