1. Alex Bia (Universidad Miguel Hernández, Elche, Spain): XML-TEI encoding, structuring and rendering
  2. Andreas Witt (Institut für Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim, Germany): Query in Text Corpora
  3. Peter Fankhauser (Institut für Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim, Germany) / Hannah Kermes (Universität des Saarlandes, Germany) / Elke Teich (Universität des Saarlandes, Germany): Comparing Corpora
  4. Susanne Haaf (Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften) / Christian Thomas (Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften): Historical Text Corpora for the Humanities and Social Sciences. Digitization, Annotation, Quality Assurance and Analysis
  5. Monica Berti / Simona Stoyanova / Giuseppe Celano (Humboldt Chair, University of Leipzig, Germany): Open Greek and Latin
  6. Folgert Karsdorp (Meertens Institute Amsterdam, the Netherlands) / Matt Munson (University of Leipzig, Germany): Advanced Topics in Humanities Programming with Python
  7. Jan Rybicki (Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Kraków, Poland) / Maciej Eder (Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny, Kraków, Poland): Stylometry: Computer-Assisted Analysis of Literary Texts
  8. Johanna Green (University of Glasgow, Scotland): Editing in the Digital Age: Historical Texts and Documents
  9. Matthias Lang / Dieta Svoboda (University of Tübingen, Germany): Space – Time – Object: Digital methods in archaeology
  10. Christoph Draxler (LMU München, Germany) / Timm Lehmberg (Universität Hamburg, Germany): Spoken Language
  11. Laszlo Hunyadi (Debreceni Egyetem / University of Debrecen, Hungary): Multimodal Corpora: How to build and how to understand them
  12. Lynne Siemens (University of Victoria, Canada) / Jennifer Guiliano (University of Maryland, College Park, USA): Large Project Planning and Management (reduced to one week)


Tuesday 22.07.2014 16:15-17:45

Anne Baillot (Humboldt University Berlin, Germany): „Fast Forward or the metamorphoses of literary studies turning digital“

Wednesday 23.07.2014 16:15-17:45

Lisa Dieckmann (University of Cologne, Germany): „Digital Art History – Issues, Challenges, Perspectives“

Friday 25.07.2014 16:15-17:45

Charlotte Schubert (University of Leipzig, Germany): „Quotation and fragment in the age of digitization. Experiences and perspectives in research“

Monday 28.07.2014 14:15-15:45 „Community Lecture“

Ray Siemens (Zampolli Prize winner, University of Victoria, Canada): „Humanities Communities of Practice and the Methodological Commons“

Monday 28.07.2014 16:15-17:45

Kepa Sarasola (The University of the Basque Country, Basque Country): „Can help NLP less resouced languages to promote their use?“

Tuesday 29.07.2014 16:15-17:45

Martin Bogdan (University of Leipzig, Germany) / Carina Walter (University of Tübingen, Germany): „Adaptive Learning Environments using Cross-Subject Classification“

Friday 01.08.2014 16:15-17:45

Dafydd Gibbon (University of Bielefeld, Germany): „Empowering African Languages: Humanities and Technologies“

Project presentation

Wednesday 23.07.2014 14:15-15:45 „Variants“

Stefan Jänicke (University of Leipzig, Germany): „Visualizing the Dissimilarity of Text Editions“

Catherine Psilakis (Université de Lille 3, France): „Tradition in the making: the reception of Solon in the fifth and fourth centuries“

Alejandro Bia Platas / Ramón Pedro Ñeco García (Universidad Miguel Hernández, Spain): „Use of Freeplane mindmaps to build-up a PLE for DH teaching and learning“

Friday 25.07.2014 14:15-15:45 „Annotations“

Heike Zinsmeister (University of Hamburg, Germany): „Annotation as trade-off between generalizations and specializations“

Jan Goldenstein / Philipp Poschmann (University of Jena, Germany): „JenParA, radial-semantic-networks and organizational research“

Katsiaryna Stalpouskaya (University of Munich, Germany): „INFOCOR“

Saturday 26.07.2014 14:15-15:45 „Documentation“

Henning Schreiber (University of Hamburg, Germany): „Aspects of NLP in language documentation: the case of the DoBeS Kyanga/Shanga project (Niger-Congo, Eastern-Mande)“

Austin Nicolas Bennett (UCLA, USA): „Big Data Digital Humanities: Red Hen and More“

Alyaxey Yaskevich (Belarusian state University, Belarus): „Belarusian Place Names e-Dictionary and Standardization project“

Wednesday 30.07.2014 14:15-15:45 „Interfaces“

Jochen Tiepmar (University of Leipzig, Germany): „Canonical Text Services“

Mark Michael Hall (Edge Hill University, UK): „Explore the Stacks“

Kerstin Rumpeltes (University of the Saarland, Germany): „Nominalizations in English and German and their translations in the registers popular-scientific texts, political essays and letters to shareholders“

Thursday 31.07.2014 14:15-15:45 „Testing theoretical assumptions“

Randa Mohammad El Khatib (American University of Beirut, Lebanon): „Geocriticism with Digital Tools: Linking Places and Words in 19th Century London“

Jeremi Kazimierz Ochab (Jagiellonian University, Poland): „Stylometric Networks and Fake Authorships“

Clemens Kuche (University of Leipzig, Germany): „Digital education in schools – a necessary step towards
information society or expensive fiddle-faddle?