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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 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

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Text+ User Story Enhancing the Corpus of German Literature from ca. 1750–1920: Re-publishing canonical and forgotten (Women) Writers online and in Print Andreas Hungeling DFG subject areas: 105 Literary Studies Text+ data domain: Collections Motivation As former scientist (geophysics, polar explorer) with more than 25 years of work experience in the German petroleum industry, I came across … Read more

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Text+ User Story Scholarly Editing Stefanie Acquavella-Rauch (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz), Thorsten Ries (Universität Regensburg) AgE-DH commission for digital scholarly editing of German texts (AgE-DH of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft für germanistische Edition, AgE) DFG subject areas: 104 Linguistics, 105 Literary Studies Text+ data domain: Editions Motivation As scholarly editors and digital humanities scholars who work on hybrid … Read more

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Text+ User Story Inscriptions in Germany from the Middle Ages to Early Modern Times (Die Deutschen Inschriften) Arbeitsstelle Inschriften, Nordrhein-Westfälische Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Künste (University of Bonn) DFG subject areas: 102 History, 103 Fine Arts, Music, Theatre and Media Studies, 104 Linguistics, 105 Literary Studies, 106 Social and Cultural Anthropology, Non-European Cultures, Jewish Studies and Religious Studies, … Read more

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Text+ User Story Literaturwissenschaftliche Editionen am Beispiel “Lyrik des deutschen Mittelalters”/ Literary editions using the example of “Poetry of the German Middle Ages” Manuel Braun (Gesellschaft für Hochschulgermanistik im Deutschen Germanistenverband/ Universität Stuttgart) DFG subject area: 105 Literary Studies Text+ data domain: Editions Motivation Literary studies are increasingly turning to conceiving of large edition projects as … Read more

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Text+ User Story Standards and harmonized components of technical/structural infrastructures for long-term archiving and publishing of complex and heterogenous data packages Patrick Helling (Universität Köln), Kerstin Jung (Universität Stuttgart), Steffen Pielström (Universität Würzburg) DFG subject area: 105 Literary Studies Text+ data domain: Collections Motivation  Computational Literary Studies, i.e. research on literary texts (DFG-Fachsystematik: 105 Literaturwissenschaft) supported by methods from computational linguistics … Read more

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Text+ User Story Organizing collaboration among multiple projects in computational literary studies Patrick Helling (Universität Köln), Kerstin Jung (Universität Stuttgart), Steffen Pielström (Universität Würzburg) DFG subject area: 105 Literary Studies Text+ data domain: Collections Motivation  Computational literary studies, i.e. research on literary texts (DFG-Fachsystematik: 105 Literaturwissenschaft) supported by methods from computational linguistics and computer science, are an emerging field within the digital humanities. Since 2020, … Read more