1. Alex Bia (Universidad Miguel Hernández, Elche, Spain): XML-TEI encoding, structuring and rendering
  2. Axel Herold (Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Germany) / Erhard Hinrichs (University of Tübingen, Germany) / Thorsten Trippel (University of Tübingen, Germany) : Methods and Tools for the Corpus Annotation of Historical and Contemporary Written Textsthis workshop is fully booked. No more applications can be accepted.
  3. Peter Fankhauser (Institut für Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim, Germany) / Hannah Kermes (Saarland University, Germany) / Elke Teich (Saarland University, Germany): Comparing Corporathis workshop is fully booked. No more applications can be accepted.
  4. Laszlo Hunyadi (Debreceni Egyetem / University of Debrecen, Hungary) / Timm Lehmberg (University of Hamburg, Germany) / Hanna Hedeland (University of Hamburg, Germany) / Uwe Reichel (Institute of Phonetics and Speech Processing, University of Munich, Germany) / : Spoken Language and Multimodal Corporathis workshop had to be reduced to one week (2nd week).
  5. Matt Munson / Thibault Clérice (Humboldt Chair, University of Leipzig, Germany): Python
  6. Stefan Gries (University of California, Santa Barbara, USA): Basic Statistics and Visualization with Rthis workshop is fully booked. No more applications can be accepted.
  7. Maciej Eder (Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny, Kraków, Poland) / Jeremi Ochab (Uniwersytet Jagiellonski w Krakowie, Poland): Stylometry
  8. Monica Berti / Simona Stoyanova / Giuseppe Celano (Humboldt Chair, University of Leipzig, Germany) / Jochen Tiepmar (Institute for Computer Science, University of Leipzig, Germany): Open Greek and Latinthis workshop had to be cancelled
  9. Johanna Green (University of Glasgow, Scotland) / Kathryn Simpson (Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland): Digital Editions and Editorial Theory: Historical Texts and Documents
  10. Matthias Lang / Dieta Svoboda (University of Tübingen, Germany): Spatial Analysis in the Humanities
  11. Rafael C. Alvarado (University of Virginia, USA): Building Thematic Research Collections with Drupal
  12. Lynne Siemens (University of Victoria, Canada) / Jason Boyd (Ryerson University, Canada): Project Planning and Management


28.07.2015 16:15 – 17:45 Susan Schreibman (National University of Ireland Maynooth): „Scholarly Editing at the Middle Distance“

29.07.2015 16:15 – 17:45 Nicoletta Calzolari (ILC-CNR, Pisa, Italy): „An Excursus through Policy Issues – At the Crossroads of Data, Knowledge and Infrastructure

31.07.2015 16:15 – 17:45 Paul Longley Arthur (University of Western Sydney): „Analysing National Identity Using Digital Methods“

03.08.2015 16:15 – 17:45 Michael Nashed (Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria (Egypt): „Digitizing Arabic Materials in Alexandria – From ancient to digital age“

05.08.201516:15 – 17:45 David Joseph Wrisley (American University of Beirut): „Maps and Networks in Medieval Studies“

07.08.2015 16:15 – 17:45 Julianne Nyhan (University College London): „New paths through the histories of Digital Humanities: uncovering hidden contributions to Busa’s Index Thomisticus“

Project presentation

29.07.2015 14:15-15:45 CLARIN-D Projects – Bibliotheca Albertina

30.07.2015 17:45-19:15 – Environments for collaborative research – Villa Ida

  • Matthew Hiebert (University of Victoria, Canada): Iter Community
  • Rafael C. Alvarado (University of Virginia, USA): Why Drupal?

31.07.2015 14:15-15:45 Corpus based research – Bibliotheca Albertina

  • Melanie Andresen (University of Hamburg, Germany): German Academic Language and its Variation
  • Edyta Kinga Jurkiewicz-Rohrbacher (University of Helsinki, Finland): Verbal aspect in Polish and its equivalents in Finnish in the light of parallel corpora
  • Julia Lavid (Universidad Complutense Madrid, Spain): Towards a richly annotated and register-controlled bilingual (English-Spanish) textual database for contrastive linguistic and translation research

03.08.2015 14:15-15:45 TEI and publishing – Bibliotheca Albertina

  • Michael Nashed (Library of Alexandria, Egypt): La déscription de l’Égypte
  • José Calvo Tello (University of Würzburg, Germany): The Experience of a Spanish Electronic Publishing Project: Clásicos Hispánicos
  • Alejandro Bia / Ramón Ñeco (Universidad Miguel Hernández, Elche, Spain): Markdown to markup: use of markdown notation to simplify the creation of TEI documents

04.08.2015 14:14-15:45 Digital Editions and corpus based research – Bibliotheca Albertina

  • Isabella Magni (Indiana University, USA): Petrarchive. An edition of Petrarch’s songbook Rerum vulgarium fragmenta
  • Sara Norja (University of Turku, Finland): Between Science and Magic: A Digital Edition of Middle English Alchemical Texts Attributed to Roger Bacon
  • Sirkku Ruokkeinen (University of Turku, Finland): Evaluation of the book in the Renaissance: Tagging the sixteenth-century paratext

05.08.2015 14:14-15:45 – Mapping and Similarities – Bibliotheca Albertina

  • Ewa Róża Janion (University of Warsaw, Poland): Greek Folk Songs in Europe – comparative study
  • Armin Hoenen (University of Frankfurt, Germany): Authorship vs. Translation who wins the feature race? An unfinished attempt to identify the source language of the Georgian Gospels
  • Stefan Jänicke (University of Leipzig, Germany): Interactive Visual Profiling of Musicians

06.08.2015 14:15-15:45 Interplay and Networks – Bibliotheca Albertina

  • Mark Moll (Indiana University, USA): Balts and Burschenschaften in flux in the 1890s at Tartu University
  • Ryan Cordell (Northeastern University, USA): Nineteenth-century systems of circulation, reprinting, and remediation
  • Andreas Spitz / Jannick Strötgen / Thomas Bögel / Michael Gertz (Heidelberg University, Germany): A Book in a Minute: Identifying Times, Events, and Context Across Large Document Collections

Poster session

  • David Baum (University of Leipzig, Germany): Text Visualization
  • Peggy Bockwinkel (University of Stuttgart, Germany): Deixis in literary texts
  • Fatima Faya Cerqueiro (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain): From academic to everyday language: knowledge transfer in the field of eating disorders
  • Ross Geoffrey Forman (University of Warwick, Great Britain): Teaching and Researching the Boxer Rebellion: Empire, History, and Literary Studies
  • Daniel Manuel Knuchel (University of Zurich, Swizzerland): Communication and (lack of) knowledge about HIV/AIDS. A linguistic discourse analysis about conceptualisations of HIV/AIDS
  • Ana Lúcia Migowski (Justus Liebig Universität Gießen / GCSC, Germany): The update of Historical Events in Digital Communications: the Brazilian Civil-Military Coup Cultural and Communicative Memories
  • Martin Reckziegel (University of Leipzig, Germany): Web Based User Interface and Visualization for Canonical Text Services
  • Andreas Spitz (Heidelberg University, Germany): Cinematic Delicacies that do not Expire: Long-term Impact of Films Based on Network Centrality