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Text+ User Story Adding phonetic transcripts to under-resourced languages in the DoReCo project Ludger Paschen, Frank Seifart, Susanne Fuchs (Leibniz-Zentrum Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, ZAS), François Delafontaine, Matthew Stave (Laboratoire Dynamique Du Langage, Université de Lyon) Christoph Draxler (Bayerisches Archiv für Sprachsignale, Ludwig Maximilians Universität München) DFG subject area: 104 Linguistics, 106 Social and Cultural Anthropology, Non-European … Read more

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Text+ User Story Flensburg Corpus of Low German Literature / Dialect Literature Corpus Robert Langhanke (Europa-Universität Flensburg) DFG subject areas: 104 Linguistics, 105 Literary Studies Text+ data domain: Collections Motivation For quite some time now I have been dealing with the manifold information content of older and newer dialect literature. In addition to the literary and … Read more

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Text+ User Story Digital Klaus Groth Complete Edition Robert Langhanke (Europa-Universität Flensburg, Klaus Groth Society) DFG subject areas: 104 Linguistics, 105 Literary Studies Text+ data domain: Editions Motivation Since 1949, the Klaus Groth Society has been striving to promote the Low German and High German works of the poet Klaus Groth (1819–1899), who went down … Read more

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Text+ User Story Endangered Linguistic Diversity Frank Seifart (Leibniz ZAS) DFG subject area: 104 Linguistics Text+ data domain: Collections Motivation General and Comparative Linguistics, Typology, Non-European Languages (subject area “104–01) have unsurprisingly a high demand for natural language recordings from as many different languages as possible to undertake comparative studies of morphological, syntactic, or prosodic systems, see e.g. http://​doreco​.info/. … Read more

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Text+ User Story A digital bilingual edition of the scientific notes of a German scientist on his research in Ethiopia – Georg Wilhelm Schimper: In Abyssinia. Observations on Tigre, (edited by Andreas Gestrich and Dorothea McEwan in collaboration with Stefan Hanß) Christina von Hodenberg, Markus Mößlang (Deutsches Historisches Institut London) DFG subject area: 104 Linguistics Text+ … Read more

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Text+ User Story Annotated corpus of Low German contemporary texts Michael Elmentaler (University of Kiel) DFG subject area: 104 Linguistics Text+ data domain: Collections Motivation Various surveys from recent years show where and how many people still speak “Platt” (Low German). However, little is known about the linguistic characteristics of modern Low German. This is due to … Read more

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Text+ User Story Corpus of Low German plays of the 15th to 18th century Michael Elmentaler (University of Kiel) DFG subject area: 104 Linguistics Text+ data domain: Collections Motivation Since the entire development of language before the invention of the phonograph (1877) is only indirectly accessible to us via written language testimonies or meta-linguistic language testimonies, the … Read more

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Text+ User Story Attitudes towards regional language forms in the city: Low German in Hamburg (NiH) Ingrid Schröder (Universität Hamburg) DFG subject area: 104 Linguistics Text+ data domain: Collections Motivation Since the 1990s there has been a trend towards the analysis of qualitative research data on language attitudes and language biographies. Previous studies on the status … Read more

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Text+ User Story Good and better speeches Thorsten Trippel (Universität Tübingen) DFG subject areas: 104 Linguistics, 105 Literary Studies, 111 Social Sciences Text+ data domain: Comprehensive Motivation Speeches are part of many social and societal processes and functions. However, a practical question is, which speech is “good” or how a speech can be “improved”. Apart from external … Read more

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Text+ User Story Data Archiving Support Claus Zinn (Universität Tübingen) DFG subject areas: Interdisciplinary Text+ data domain: Collections Motivation I am a linguist of many decades of experience and have accumulated rich collections of research data. Also, I am aware of the need for a proper management of research data. Consequently, I have tried to put some order into … Read more