digital humanities, digital collections, digital archiving
Andrej Gogora is a researcher at Institute of Ethnology and Social Anthropology and Head of the Scientific Collections Department and of the Information and Documentation Department. He completed his doctoral studies in the field of systematic philosophy at the Institute of Philosophy SAS. He worked as assistant professor at the Centre of Digital Humanities, Faculty of Arts of the Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra and as external collaborator of the Slovak National Corpus of Ľudovít Štúr Institute of Linguistics SAS. He is engaged in basic research on the methodological foundations of digital humanities. In the field of applied research, he is involved in building digital text and image resources in humanities, in particular, digital collections of ethnological research reports. During the winter term of 2015/2016, he led a semester course “Digital humanities and philosophical research” at the University of Passau, Department of Digital Humanities. He is the coordinator on behalf of the IESA SAS as a cooperating partner of the European research infrastructure DARIAH-EU.