1. Alex Bia (Universidad Miguel Hernández, Elche, Spain): XML-TEI encoding, structuring and rendering (2 weeks)
  2. Axel Herold / Susanne Haaf (Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Germany): Compilation, Annotation and Analysis of Written Text Corpora. Introduction to Methods and Tools (1 week)
  3. Peter Fankhauser (Institut für Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim, Germany) / Elke Teich / Hannah Kermes (Saarland University, Germany): Comparing Corpora (1 week)
  4. Johanna Green (University of Glasgow, Scotland) / Kathryn Simpson (Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland): Digital Editions and Editorial Theory: Historical Texts and Documents (2 weeks)
  5. Erhard Hinrichs (University of Tübingen) / Bryan Jurish /Alexander Geyken / Lothar Lemnitzer ( Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Germany): Searching Linguistic Patterns in Large Text Corpora for Digital Humanities Research (1 week)
  6. Christoph Kuras / Gregor Wiedemann (University of Leipzig, Germany): Lexicometric text analysis using CLARIN-D Webservices and R (1 week)
  7. Maciej Eder (Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny, Kraków, Poland): Stylometry (2 weeks)
  8. Laszlo Hunyadi / Istvan Szekrényes (Debreceni Egyetem / University of Debrecen, Hungary): Spoken Language and Multimodal Corpora (2 weeks)
  9. Andreas Witt (Institut für Deutsche Sprache Mannheim & Heidelberg University): Digital Lexica, Terminological Databases and Encyclopaedias: Contents, Structures and Formats (2 weeks)
  10. Valentina Fois (LA SCATOLA, London, Great Britain): Exploring art and technology within contemporary network culture. A close look at net art, digital art curation and its impact on the culture heritage sector (2 weeks)
  11. David Wrisley (American University of Beirut, Lebanon) / Maxim Romanov (University of Leipzig, Germany): From Text to Map. Modeling Historical Humanities Data in Mapping Environments (2 weeks)
  12. Lynne Siemens (University of Victoria, Canada): Introduction to Project Management (2 weeks)
  13. Paweł Kamocki (Institut für Deutsche Sprache Mannheim, Germany) / Thorsten Trippel (University of Tübingen, Germany): Data management for the humanities: from data warehousing to legal and ethical implication (2 weeks)
  14. Jennifer Edmonds (Trinity College, Dublin): Digital Research Infrastructures in the Humanities: How to Use, Build and Maintain Them (1 week)


Long lectures (90 minutes)

19.07.2016 16:15 – 17:45 Susan Brown (University of Guelph, Canada): „The Collaborative Digital Humanities Spectrum“

20.07.2016 16:15 – 17:45 Geoffrey Rockwell (University of Alberta, Canada): „Replication as a Way of Knowing in the Digital Humanities“

22.07.2016 16:15 – 17:45 Laszlo Hunyadi (University of Debrecen, Hungary): „The (limited) power of social behaviour“

25.07.2016 16:15 – 17:45 Ray Siemens (University of Victoria, Canada): „Connecting Research and Community: An Approach to Networked Open Social Scholarship“

27.07.201616:15 – 17:45 Lorna Hughes (University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK): „From Digitisation to Co-Production: Embedding Community Engagement into Digital Humanities Projects“

29.07.2016 16:15 – 17:45 Alicia Fornés (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), Spain): „Historical Document Image Analysis and Recognition“

Short Lecture (60 minutes)

28.07.2016 14:45 -15:45 Sebastian Drude (CLARIN ERIC, Utrecht, The Netherlands): „Endangered Languages and Digital Humanities – between support and tension“

Project presentation

20.07.2016 14:15 – 15:45 Access to documents and information

  • Konstantin Freybe (Musikinstrumentemuseum, Universität Leipzeig, Germany):
    READ | Recognition and Enrichment of Archival Data
  • Dinara Gagarina (Perm State University, Russian Federation):
    System of (History-Oriented Information) Systems
  • Randa El Khatib (University of Victoria, Canada):
    Prototyping Modes of Interactive Mapping

22.07.2016 14:15 – 15:45 Approaching literature in new ways

  • Judith Brottrager (University of Vienna, Austria):
    Tracking the Tracks: Topography and Narratology in Sebald’s Austerlitz
  • Aleksandra Małecka (Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland):
    2×6 – a collaborative project in generative literature and translation
  • Piotr Marecki (Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland):
    The Creative Computing Lab

25.07.2016 14:15 – 15:45 Archives and collections – resources for research

  • Yael Netzer (Ben Gurion University, Tel Aviv, Israel):
    Autobiography as a digital archive: from the case of Ehud Netzer to a general scheme
  • Giovanni Pietro Vitali (Université de Lorraine, Nancy, France):
    Last letters from the last World Wars
  • Jirka Lewandowski (WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Germany):
    The Manifesto Corpus

28.07.2016 14:15 – 15:45 Digital Humanities and the underrepresented

  • Carol Chiodo (Yale University, USA):
    Orchestrating Voices
  • Sebastian Drude (CLARIN ERIC, Utrecht, The Netherlands):
    Endangered Languages and Digital Humanities – between support and tension

Poster session

  • Piotr Marecki (Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland):
    Scene Poetry
  • Jens Pohlmann (Stanford University, USA):
    Heiner Müller’s Presence in the German Public Sphere
  • Babatunde Olusola OPEIBI (University of Lagos, Nigeria):
    Towards the Construction of a Corpus of New Media Discourse: Exploring Methods and Tools in Digital Humanities
  • Alejandro Bía (Universidad Miguel Hernández, Elche, Spain):
    Using mindmaps to visualize and model XML-TEI documents