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Full paper accepted for presentation at DH2023 held in Graz, Austria, in July 2023

 J. Dähne, M. Pöckelmann, and  J. Ritter. Word Clouds with Spatial Stable Word Positions across Multiple Text Witnesses. Digital Humanities 2023 (DH2023), Graz, Austria, July 10-14 2023.

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Article on LERA accepted for publication in DSH

Our paper “LERA – An interactive platform for synoptical representations of multiple text witnesses” authored by M. Pöckelmann, A. Medek, J. Ritter, and P. Molitor has appeared in Digital Scholarship in the Humanities. Oxford University Press, June 2022. Online: https://doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqac021

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DFG funds project on Keter Shem Tov until 2025

Over the next three years, the project will address the problem of how to present the redaction processes of kabbalistic manuscripts in a clear and understandable way: The development of the textual traditions concerning the treatise Keter Shem Tov (The Crown of … Continue reading

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Full paper accepted for presentation at DH2022 held in Tokyo in July 2022

T. K. H. Luu, M. Pöckelmann, J. Ritter, and P. Molitor. Applying LERA for collating witnesses of The Tale of Kiêu, a Vietnamese poem written in Nôm script. Digital Humanities 2022 (DH2022), Tokyo, Japan, July 25-29,2022.

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Our Article “Putting collation of text witnesses on a formal basis” was recently published in DSH

J. Dähne, M. Pöckelmann, J. Ritter, and P. Molitor. “Putting collation of text witnesses on a formal basis”. In: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities. Oxford University Press 2021. Accepted for publication on May 21, 2021. DOI: 10.1093/llc/fqab058

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BMBF approves new project on excerpts (2021-2024)

The joint BMBF-funded project by the University of Halle-Wittenberg and the TU Darmstadt represents the first Digital Humanities project that focuses on the hybrid formation of the excerpt. The project highlights a reading and writing technique which has not been … Continue reading

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Special Issue on Digital Methods for Intertextuality Studies

A Special Issue on “Digital Methods for Intertextuality Studies” edited by Prof. Dr. Paul Molitor an Dr. Jörg Ritter, both with the Institute for Computer Science at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, appeared in it – Information Technology published by de … Continue reading

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Paper accepted at DH’2019

The annual international conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations is the top conference for the digital humanities. The group of Prof. Dr. Molitor and Dr. Ritter is contributing a full paper to the 2019 conference which takes place at … Continue reading

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DFG approves new project

Ziel des durch die DFG von 2019 bis 2022 geförderten Projekts “Synoptische Edition des kabbalistischen Traktats Keter Shem Tov” ist eine kolumnensynoptische Edition der wichtigsten hebräischen Manuskripte mit englischer Übersetzung, traditionsgeschichtlichem Stellenkommentar und rezeptionsgeschichtlichen Einzelanalysen. Neben der kolumnensynoptischen Printedition soll eine … Continue reading

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‘Mittelelbisches’ online dictionary

Die Online-Ausgabe der Bände 1 (A-G) und 2 (H-O) des Mittelelbischen Wörterbuchs ist online: https://mew.uzi.uni-halle.de Herausgeber von Band 1 ist der Landesheimatbund Sachsen-Anhalt e.V. in Verbindung mit der Arbeitsstelle Mittelelbisches Wörterbuch an der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg. Herausgeber von Band 2 sind die … Continue reading

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