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Who is ADHO? In CoreDH, you can listen to and read interviews with representatives from ADHO’s Constituent Organizations: learn about our organizations, their major projects and challenges, as well as individual members’ research. This series was prepared by Erdal Ayan and Anna Sofia Lippolis (Communications Fellows) with Hannah L. Jacobs (Communications Officer).

Episode 1: Evelyn Gius, DHd

In this episode we hosted Evelyn Gius from Digital Humanities im deutschsprachigen raum (DHd) and talked about digital humanities growing international, current challenges and projects.

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Episode 3: Menno van Zaanen, DHASA

In this episode, we hosted Professor Menno van Zaanen. We talked about his work with the Digital Humanities Association of Southern Africa (DHASA), activities/projects they organize, and digital humanities in southern Africa.

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Episode 5: Nadezhda Povroznik, CenterNet

In this episode we hosted Dr. Nadezhda Povroznik from CenterNet. We talked about CenterNet, DH Community, research paths, digital cultural heritage, virtual museums and technologies used.

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Episode 2: Jennifer Isasi & Lorena Gauthereau, ACH

In this episode we hosted two experts from The Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) Dr. Jennifer Isasi and Dr. Lorena Gauthereau. We talked about ACH, digital archives, data curation and digital tools for research in DH.

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Episode 4: Jonathan Girón Palau, Red_HD

In this episode we hosted Jonathan Girón Palau from La Red de Humanidades Digitales (Red_HD) and talked about his role, motivation and work in DH as well as DH organization/community he is working for.

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Episode 6: Glen Layne-Worthey, ADHO

In this episode we hosted Glen Layne-Worthey, former Chair of the ADHO Executive Board (2021-2023). We talked about the origins, values and challenges of ADHO, different pathways into the DH community, leadership, diversity and hot topics such as AI ethics/copyright and machine learning methods (NLP and LLMs) and their use in digital library collections. Enjoy!

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This forum, held July 22, 2020, as part of the virtual Digital Humanities 2020 conference, brings together people with “insider knowledge” of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO), based on their participation on multiple committees and in leadership roles in both ADHO and a few sample ADHO’s Constituent Organizations.