1. Alex Bia (University 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 (2 weeks)
  3. Jan Horstmann (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany) / Marie Flüh (University of Hamburg, Germany) / Mareike Schumacher (University of Hamburg, Germany): Digital Annotation and Analysis of Literary Texts with CATMA 6 (2 weeks)
  4. Bernhard Fisseni (University Duisburg-Essen, Germany) / Andreas Witt (University of Mannheim, Germany): Corpus Linguistics for Digital Humanities. Introduction to Methods and Tools (2 weeks)
  5. Maciej Eder (Polish Academy of Sciences / Pedagogical University, Cracow, Poland) / Jeremi Ochab (Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland): Stylometry (2 weeks)
  6. Simone Rebora (University of Basel, Switzerland) / Giovanni Pietro Vitali (University College Cork, Ireland): Distant Reading in R. Analyse the text & visualize the Data (2 weeks)
  7. David Joseph Wrisley (New York University Abu Dhabi, UAE) / Randa El Khatib (University of Victoria, Canada): Humanities Data and Mapping Environments (2 weeks)
  8. Katarzyna Anna Kapitan (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) / N. Kıvılcım Yavuz (Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas, USA): Manuscripts in the Digital Age: XML-Based Catalogues and Editions (2 weeks)
  9. Yael Netzer (Ben Gurion University, Israel): Digital Archives: Reading and Manipulating Large-Scale Catalogues, Curating and Creating Small-Scale Archives (2 weeks)
  10. Barbara Bordalejo (University of Saskatchewan, Canada) / Peter Robinson (University of Saskatchewan, Canada): Making an edition of a text in many versions (2 weeks)
  11. Kristin Bührig (University of Hamburg, Germany) / Juliane Schopf (University of Hamburg, Germany): Transdisciplinary research cycles – from technical possibilities to posing questions in the humanities (1 week / 1st week)


02.08.2021 19:30-20:30 Nuria Rodríguez Ortega (University of Málaga, Spain): „Reordering Priorities in the Poscovid Age: Human-Centered Technologies and Digital Humanities“

04.08.2021 19:30-20:30 Gerhard Heyer (Leipzig University, Germany): „Changing Contexts – Changing Meaning: A Sketch of Semantic Seismography

06.08.2021 19:30-20:30 Cristina Marras (CNR-ILIESI, Rome, Italy): „Between language and philosophy: Metaphors as conceptual design in DH modelling

09.08.2021 19:30-20:30 Glen Worthey (HathiTrust Research Center, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA): „Elective Affinities: The Library in Digital Humanities, and Digital Humanities in the Library

11.08.2021 19:30-20:30 Chao Tayiana Maina (African Digital Heritage, Kenya): „Cultivating empathy within digital heritage collections – Reflections on digital interventions

13.08.2021 19:30-20:30 Ray Siemens, Randa El Khatib, Luis Meneses, Graham Jensen, Caroline Winter (University of Victoria, Canada): „Open, Social Scholarship as a Foundation for Digital Humanities

Project session

Tuesday 03.08.2021 – 17:30-19:00 „Libraries, Archives and the Digital Humanities“

  • Horstmann, Jan / Müller, Christiane: “Digital Laboratory and Virtual Research Space”
  • Ayan, Erdal / Nuhbalaoglu, Derya / Açar, Serhat / Yazgan Uslu, Nesibe / Tokdemir Demirel, Elif: “Digital Humanities (in) Turkey & A Re-digitization Project:Serially Published Short Stories in Turkish Daily, Cumhuriyet”
  • Pataricza, Dóra: “From class registers to memorial walls – Sources used for the reconstruction of deportation lists”

Thursday 05.08.2021 – 17:30-19:00 „Style and topics in literature and a critical view on objectivity“

  • Haggin, Patience Elizabeth: “Finding Ortese’s Voice for Ferrante Fans: A Stylometric Study of ‘Neapolitan Chronicles’”
  • Vivó Capdevila, Emilio Pedro:”Idealism, Racism, and Colonialism: Hispanidad in the Francoist Literature on Equatorial Guinea and the Philippines”
  • Farinola, Augustine: “Postphenomenology, Textual Hermeneutics, and the Question of Objectivity”

Tuesday 10.08.2021 – 17:30-19:00 „Audiovisional, multilingual, and multimodal data“

  • Wamprechtshammer, Anna / Arestau, Elena / Isard, Amy: ”Generic and discipline-specific approach to the quality of audiovisual, annotated language data in the BMBF Project QUEST”
  • Ngue Um, Emmanuel: “Interfacing low-scale multilingualism in Africa”
  • Utescher, Ronja: “Exploring Referential Relations in Naturally Occurring Multimodal Texts about Historical Buildings”

Thursday 12.08.2021 – 17:30-19:00 „Towards a fuller understanding of medieval texts, text transmission, and intellectual practices“

  • Milazzo, Marta: “Honominy and double names in medieval French romance (12th – 15th centuries)”  
  • Cappelli, Chiara: “Critical edition of Roman de Philomena
  • Moors, Sofie: “Description of my project CONSTRAINED, A Comparative Study of the Influence of Formal Aspects of a Text on the Material Transmission of Middle Dutch Literature”
  • Baneu, Maria Alexandra: “A presentation of the ERC Starting Grant NOTA”

Poster session 

  • Ayan, Erdal: “Exploring Institutional Networks of Artists in Kaunas and Survival Kit Biennials”
  • Denis, Iris: “Inauthentic Authority: the Transmission and Reception of Pseudo-Epigraphic Patristic Sermons in Early Medieval Homiliaria Compiled 500-800”
  • Ditmajer, Nina: “Scholarly Digital Edition of the Foglar’s hymn book”
  • Kramarić, Martina: “Retro-digitization and Interpretation of Croatian Grammar Books before Illyrism”
  • Lorenz, Tom-Niklas: “Liturgical Fragments of Medieval Iceland (1056–1402)”
  • Paulino, Joana Vieira: “Digital Humanities Lab – Institute of Contemporary History from NOVA FCSH, Portugal”