#DHH16 Helsinki Digital Humanities Hackathon

Tue, 24.05.2016
#DHH16 — Helsinki Digital Humanities Hackathon 2016 — was jointly organised by HIIT, University of Helsinki, and Aalto University on 16–20 May 2016. The hackathon brought together students and researchers of humanities, social sciences and computer science for one week of intensive collaboration.
The groups studied emigration discourse in Finnish newspapers in 1870–1910, Finnish public tv broadcasting in 1957–1990, the development of the Pasila neighbourhood in Helsinki in 1972–1989, and text recycling in English books in 1473–1700. The results of the hackathon are now available online!

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