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Digital humanities and web archives A special issue of International Journal of Digital Humanities Data from the World Wide Web was first preserved in 1996 for future humanities research with the start of web archiving at the Internet Archive, the National Library of Australia and the Royal Library of Sweden. These early web archives were


Digital Philology Winter School 2020

This week we had a Digital Philology winter school where participants could learn how to use markup languages like XML and Markdown. They also gained some practice in OCR and HTR softwares. On the last day, they had the opportunity to present their own projects connected to Digital Humanities. Thank you all for your participation!



The brochure presenting the Centre’s activities (research projects, collaborations, workshops etc.) is now available online. OPEN Yearbook_2017-2018


Living or dead? What is the corpus of digital literary studies?

Katherine Bode‘s lecture on 24th September (5 pm) related to the training of the COST Action Distant reading project.


Abstract submission deadline extension

Due to the increased interest, the proposal submission deadline for the DH_Budapest_2019 conference is extended to May 31st! Please submit your abstract via EasyChair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=dh-budapest-2019 If you have any questions, please contact us via dhbudapest2019@gmail.com.


Announcing George K. Mikros as our keynote speaker!

George is currently Professor of Computational and Quantitative Linguistics and Chair of the Department of Italian Language and Literature in the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and Director of the Computational Stylistics Lab. He also holds an adjunct faculty position at the Department of Applied Linguistics, in the Master of Arts Online Program of


Announcing Karina van Dalen-Oskam as our keynote speaker!

Karina has been working at Huygens ING since June 2005 where she is head of the department of Literary Studies. Her research focuses on computational literary studies and she is engaged in the development of methods and techniques for the stylistic analysis of modern Dutch (and English) novels. She is also professor of Computational Literary


Announcing Christof Schöch as our first keynote speaker!

Christof is a Professor of Digital Humanities at the University of Trier, Germany, and Co-Director of the Trier Center for Digital Humanities. Also, mentor of the early-career research group Computational Literary Genre Stylistics (CLiGS) at the University of Würzburg, chair of the COST Action Distant Reading for European Literary History, and president of the Digital

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Data visualisation and text mining workshop

The Centre for Digital Humanities organizes a workshop on data visualisation, as well as on text mining, which will take place on May 10 and May 17 respectively. Read more…