WWP Seminars on Scholarly Text Encoding

WWP seminars and workshops offer an exceptional introduction to scholarly text encoding and digital humanities technologies. They're designed to serve faculty, librarians, and students in the humanities who are interested in using text encoding as a scholarly tool, and offer participants a chance to examine the significance of text encoding as a scholarly practice, through a combination of discussion and practical experimentation. We cover a rotating set of topics in basic and intermediate TEI encoding, TEI customization, basic XSLT, issues in text encoding theory, and other topics in digital humanities.

Space is limited so please register early. The registration deadline is the last day to register, but workshops may fill up before the deadline. You'll receive information about what to bring a few weeks before the event.

Interested in a topic you don't see on the schedule? Let us know! Your input will help us plan what to offer. We also welcome suggestions for new seminar topics. A full list of workshop topics is here.

For information on how to sponsor an event at your institution, please contact us at wwp@neu.edu.

Upcoming events

In 2019–2022 the WWP will be holding advanced institutes on word embedding models and TEI, with generous funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities. This program includes four institutes, three of which have already taken place. For more details and to participate, please visit the institutes page here.

Word Vectors for the Thoughtful Humanist: Intensive, teaching-focused
Northeastern University, May 16–20 2022
Registration: free. This event will be held virtually via Zoom. More information about application here; application deadline: January 31, 2022.

Past events

In the listing of past events you can find links to slides, handouts, and other resources used at each of these events. For a list of current materials, please visit our resources page.