Courses

E-Humanities Seminar

Course Name
E-Humanities Seminar

Instructor
Prof. Gregory R. Crane

Class Meetings
Paulinum P-801
Wednesdays 15:15-16:45

Language
English

Target group
Inf.Master (1. Sem.),  Inf.BDH (3. Sem.), Inf.Master (3. Sem.)

Syllabus WS 2017/2018

  • Week 1 – October 11, 2017: Giuseppe Celano (University of Leipzig), Linguistic annotation
  • Week 2 – October 18, 2017: Matthew Thomas Miller (University of Maryland, College Park), Digital Persian
  • Week 3 – October 25, 2017: NO CLASS
  • Week 4 – November 1, 2017: Martin Potthast (University of Leipzig), Text reuse
  • Week 5 – November 8, 2017: Gerhard Heyer and Jochen Tiepmar (University of Leipzig), Canonical Text Services (CTS)             
  • Week 6 – November 15, 2017: Chiara Palladino and Masoumeh Seydi Gheranghiyeh (University of Leipzig), Geospatial information (slides)
  • Week 7 – November 22, 2017: NO CLASS (recess)
  • Week 8 – November 29, 2017: Marcel Mernitz (University of Leipzig), The Athenian Tribute Lists: from PDF to Geo-annotation
  • Week 9 – December 6, 2017: Matthew Munson and Jens Herzer (University of Leipzig), The Corpus Judaeo-Hellenisticum Novi Testamenti Project  
  • Week 10 – December 13, 2017: Maryam Foradi (University of Leipzig), Translation alignment at word level: challenges for application as a vocabulary learning tool
  • Week 11 – December 20, 2016: NO CLASS (recess)
  • Week 12 – January 3, 2017: Benjamin Kiessling (University of Leipzig), Machine learning, language modelling, writer identification, and other possible applications
  • Week 13 – January 10, 2018: Joris van Eijnatten (University of Utrecht), There’s something about the weather. Daily forecasts and the Dutch image of Europe
  • Week 14 – January 17, 2018: Thomas Köntges (University of Leipzig), Topic Modelling for historical texts
  • Week 15 – January 24, 2018: Francesco Mambrini (DAI, Berlin), Who? Where? What? Extracting and linking names and canonical citations from scholarly literature
  • Week 16 – January 31, 2018: Tariq Yousef (University of Leipzig), Textual alignment