1. Alex Bia (Universidad Miguel Hernández, Elche, Spain): XML-TEI document encoding, structuring, rendering and transformation (2 weeks)
  2. Carol Chiodo (Harvard University, USA) / Lauren Tilton (University of Richmond, USA): Hands on Humanities Data Workshop – Creation, Discovery and Analysis (2nd week)
  3. Katarzyna Anna Kapitan (Museum of National History, Hillerød, Denmark) / N. Kıvılcım Yavuz (University of Copenhagen, Denmark): Manuscripts in the Digital Age: XML-Based Catalogues and Editions (2 weeks)
  4. Christoph Meister / Jan Horstmann / Mareike Schumacher / Christian Bruck (University of Hamburg, Germany): Digital Annotation and Analysis of Literary Texts with CATMA 6.0 (2 weeks)
  5. Andreas Witt (University of Mannheim & Leibniz Institut für Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim, Germany): Compilation, Annotation and Analysis of Written Text Corpora. Introduction to Methods and Tools (1st week)
  6. Bernhard Fisseni (Leibniz-Institut für Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim, Germany): Searching Linguistic Patterns in Text Corpora for Digital Humanities Research (2nd week)
  7. Christoph Draxler (University of Munich, Germany): All About Data – Exploratory Data Modelling and Practical Database Access (2 weeks)
  8. Maciej Eder (Polish Academy of Sciences / Pedagogical University, Cracow, Poland) / Jeremi Ochab (Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland): Stylometry (2 weeks)
  9. David Joseph Wrisley (New York University Abu Dhabi, UAE) / Randa El Khatib (University of Victoria, Canada): Humanities Data and Mapping Environments (2 weeks)
  10. Fabian Offert (University of California, Santa Barbara, USA): Images of Image Machines. Theory and Practice of Interpretable Machine Learning for the Digitial Humanities (2 weeks)
  11. Janos Borst / Felix Helfer (University of Leipzig, Germany): An Introduction to Neural Networks for Natural Language Processing – Applications and Implementation (1st week)


23.07.2019 16:15 – 17:45 Michael Sperberg-McQueen (Black Mesa Technologies LLC, USA): Towards a critique of digital reason

24.07.2019 16:15 – 17:45 Inna Kizhner (Siberian Federal University, Russia): Modeling Data vs Modeling Processes: How Digital Humanities developed in Russia

26.07.2019 16:15 – 17:45 Ricardo M. Pimenta (Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology (IBICT), Brazil): Digital Humanities in Brazil: the path of a growing culture of information visibility

29.07.2019 16:15 – 17:45 Fotis Jannidis (University of Würzburg, Germany): ‚No results or wrong‘ – Methodological Challenges in Computational Literary Studies

01.08.2019 16:15 – 17:45 Evelyn Fogwe Chibaka (University of Buea, Cameroon): Digital Humanities, the African Perspective? Insight from Language Documentation

02.08.2019 16:15 – 17:45 Franciska de Jong (Utrecht University, The Netherlands): Language as social and cultural data

Project session

Wednesday 24.07.2019 14:15 – 15:45 Digital Humanities – A diverse field

  • Emma Elizabeth Goodwin (University of Oxford, Great Britain): „A social machine for transcribing the Song of the First Crusade“
  • Lars Langer (Leipzig University, Germany): „Quantifying Nature’s Contribution to Communication (NCC)“
  • Patience Haggin (Independent, United States of America): „Zeno’s Conscience: Three English Translations of Italo Svevo’s Coscienza di Zeno?“

Friday 26.07.2019 14:15 – 15:45 Unveiling and empowering

  • Martha Olcott (Michigan State University, United States of America): „Collapse and Rebirth: A Living Archive On The End Of The USSR And Afterward“
  • Renana Keydar (Martin Buber Society of Fellows, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel): „‚Fear is in your Eyes‘: Analyzing Threat Perception And Its Influence on Deadly Use of Force by Police Officers Against Civilians Using Hebrew NLP Tools“
  • Nastasia Herold (University of Leipzig, Germany): „Language Preservation and Documentation Through Collaborative Open-access Attempts: the Example of the Wikipedia Project of the Atikamekw Nation“

Monday 29.07.2019 14:15 – 15:45 Critical examination of methodologies

  • Thomas C. Messerli & J. Berenike Herrmann (University of Basel, Switzerland): „Text-analysis after the Machine Learning turn: Evaluation in online book reviews“
  • Grzegorz Paweł Bryda (Institute of Sociology, Jagiellonian University, Poland): „From Paradigm To The Research Method. The Domain Ontology As A Model Of Knowledge Representation About The Contemporary Field Of Qualitative Research“
  • Sayan Bhattacharyya (Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore): „Digital Curation For World-literature Pedagogy At The Global Crossing Point of Singapore“

Thursday 01.08.2019 14:15 – 15:45 Perspectives on literature

  • Jeremi Kazimierz Ochab (Institute of Physics and Mark Kac Complex Systems Research Center, Jagiellonian University Kraków, Poland) & Holger Essler (Institut für Klassische Philologie I, Universität Würzburg, German): „Stylometry of Literary Papyri“
  • Manuel Burghardt (University of Leipzig, Germany): „‚Shall I Compare Thee to a Million Books?‘ – Challenges for the Computational Detection of Shakespearean Intertextuality“
  • Giovanni Pietro Vitali (University College Cork, Ireland): „Prismatic Jane Eyre

Poster session

  • Madlaina Brugger (University of Zurich, Switzerland): „Guide To Digital Editing“
  • Guglielmo Gabbiadini (University of Bergamo, Italy): „Digital Editing of An 18th-Century Novel And Its Paratextual Galaxy – Description of a Future Spin-Off Project“
  • Valentina Sferragatta (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy): „The ERC project ‚Disasters, Communication and Politics project in Southwestern Europe. The Making of Emergency Response Policies in the Early Modern Age‘ and the linguistic analysis of the ‚flying sheets‘ printed in Italian on the occasion of natural disasters in the XVII cent.“
  • Konstantin Schulz (Humboldt University Berlin, Germany): „CALLIDUS“
  • Claudia Garcia-Minguillan (University of Salamanca, Spain): „The Many Faces of an Author’s Style: Heteronymia Testing Stylometry“
  • Yael Netzer & Eliezer Baumgerten (Ben Gurion University, Israel): „The Book as Data: Writing and re-Writing of Reference Books“
  • Franz Wendt (University of Leipzig, Germany): „Shrimp – Social Hypertext Reader And Interactive Mapping Platform“
  • Tatiana Litvinova (Voronezh State Pedagogical University, Russian Federation): „RusIdiolect as Base for Corpus Idiolectology“
  • KyeongHwa Lee (University of Leipzig, Germany): „Translation Process Research“
  • Maxim Lengo (Bar-Ilan University, Israel): „Using a Combined Method of Rhetorical Strategies and Lexicometric Analysis: A Case Study of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s Investigations“
  • Caroline Müller (University of Rostock, Germany): „Diccionario del Español Medieval electrónico: Database for Medieval Spanish“
  • Rosana Moscoso (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Ecuador): „Linguistic Evidence of the Interference of L1 in the Written Production of L2 by Deaf People Users of Ecuadorian Sign Language (ECSL)“
  • Jan Škvrňák (Masaryk University, Czech Republic) & Jeremi Ochab (Jagiellonian University, Poland): „How To Detect Coup d’État 800 Years Later“
  • Alejandro Bía (Universidad Miguel Hernández, Elche, Spain): „Digital Preservation Risk Analysis“