NOMIS | Acceptance 2019

    Photography, the Ottoman State and the making of Armenian Emigrants. Portraits of Unbelonging is a double-sided history of migration. Like each individual photograph, the project faces two directions: the Ottoman past and an American future. It is a history of mass migration on an intimate scale.
    The DaSCH provides the long-term infrastructure as well the virtual research environment for this project.
    Head of project: Zeynep Devrim Gürsel, anthropologist and Associate Professor in the department of Anthropology at Rutgers University. 2018-2019 NOMIS-Fellow at eikones.
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    Source: TC. Cumhurbaşkanlığı Devlet Arşivleri Başkanlığı Osmanlı Arşivi (Ottoman State Archives, Istanbul) photograph by Zeynep Devrim Gürsel.

SNSF Digital Lives | Acceptance 2018

    (SNSF Digital Lives Project)
    Eine explorative Studie zu Open Access als soziotechnisches System der Professur für Wissenschaftsforschung, ETH GESS Zürich.
    Status: Starting
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SNSF Digital Lives | Acceptance 2018

    (SNSF Digital Lives Project)
    Digitales Leben in einer sich transformierenden Landwirtschaft. In diesem Projekt werden Tierhaltung und Ackerbau auf Bauernhöfen unter den Bedingungen der Digitalisierung erforscht. Fachbereich Kulturwissenschaft und Europäische Ethnologie der Universität Basel.
    Status: Starting
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SNSF Digital Lives | Acceptance 2018

    (SNSF Digital Lives Project)
    A text similarity‐based approach to measure reader absorption. Digital Humanities Lab, Universität Basel.
    Status: Starting
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    (SNSF Digital Lives Project)
    WordWeb / IDEM: Eine neue Art der Darstellung der Intertextualität im Drama der frühen Neuzeit. Entwicklung einer flexible Datenbankstruktur mit hoch entwickelten Visualisierungsmöglichkeiten für komplexe Intertextualitäten und Referenzen (vgl. Vorläuferprojekt Hamlet-Datenbank, SNSF-Projekt www.hyperhamlet-unibas.ch).
    Status: Starting
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SNSF Digital Lives | Acceptance 2018
SNSF Digital Lives | Acceptance 2018

    (SNSF Digital Lives Project)
    Analysen von Bewertungspraktiken nach dem Machine Learning‐Turn. University of Applied Sciences, Zürich.
    Status: Starting
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SNSF | Acceptance 2018

    Project about the text of the roman-jewish historian Flavius Josephus. The DaSCH provides the long-term infrastructure as well the virtual research environment. Institut für Klassische Philologie, Universität Bern.
    Status: starting, new funding coming up
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The Gottfried Keller Foundation | Acceptance 2018

    Die Datenbank-Edition ist Teil der Datenbanksoftware, welche zur Erfassung und Verwaltung der Editionsdaten entwickelt und später zu Präsentationszwecken weiter ausgebaut wurde. Da die Handhabung der Datenbank-Edition nicht mehr heutigen Bedürfnissen entspricht, wird das Datenbank-Programm gegenwärtig umgearbeitet und zusammen mit der Handschriften-Edition in eine neue Benutzeroberfläche integriert.
    Status: In progress
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Acceptance 2018

    Integration of scientifically relevant archival material, which is already available in digital form, into the DaSCH infrastructure (especially IIIF).
    Status: In progress
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Federal Office of Culture and Foundations | Acceptance 2018

    This photographic collection encompasses an exhaustive documentation of ancient Swiss folklore and old crafts and artistry together with complete metadata.
    License: To be determined
    Access: http://archiv.sgv-sstp.ch
    SGV

Dictionary of Music in Switzerland | Acceptance 2018

    Das MLS ist ein Informationssystem für alle, die sich für Musik in und aus der Schweiz interessieren. Es ist online frei zugänglich und informiert dank der Mehrsprachigkeit die Leserschaft In- und Ausland. Es dient den Musizierenden, der Forschung und Lehre an den Hochschulen, aber auch dem Schulunterricht an den höheren Schulen, den Archiven, Bibliotheken, Medienschaffenden, Musikschulen, dem Kulturmanagement, Musikvereinen sowie dem Publikum von Konzert, Oper und Festival.
    Status: In progress
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Acceptance 2018

    Institut d'histoire et anthropologie des religions (IHAR) de l'Université de Lausanne. Platec
    Status: Starting
    cotechair

Acceptance 2018

    Centre de recherches sur les lettres romandes de l'Université de Lausanne.Platec
    Status: Starting
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Federal Office of Culture and Foundations | Acceptance 2017

    The "Kunsthalle Basel" has an exhaustive photographic documentation if exhibitions since the 1920ies. The Photographs not only show the works, but give also impressions of the exhibitions settings etc.
    Please use the fulltext search to find images concerning specific artists (e.g. enter "Beuys" into the text field)
    Access: http://data.dasch.swiss/kunsthallebasel/digital
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Acceptance 2017

    Section d'histoire de l'Université de Lausanne. Platec
    Status: In progress
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Acceptance 2017

    L'atelier de théorie littéraire de Fabula vise à constituer une encyclopédie de questions générales de littérature, sous la forme d'une constellation mobile de problèmes. Une liste de notions générales organise l'encyclopédie, qui se distribue ensuite en une série d'entrées indexées et mises en communication par hyperliens. Ces entrées accueillent toutes sortes de textes (articles, gloses, citations, exemplifications, redéfinitions, questions, etc.) Platec
    Status: In progress
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SNSF | Acceptance 2017

    Collaboration wiht NIE-INE

    The Anton Webern Gesamtausgabe is a critical-historical edition which aims to make Webern’s entire oeuvre accessible to musical scholarship and practice in a scholarly form. The edition includes not only all the works Webern himself had forwarded to be printed but also their unpublished variants. It also includes compositions that were never made public in his lifetime, works from his youth and student years, as well as fragments, sketches, arrangements and revisions of his and other scores.
    Access: Transfer to NIE-INE responsibility.
    License: Restricted, contact AWG for information.
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Acceptance 2017

    Collaboration with NIE-INE

    The portal contains all of the author's poems with the preliminary textual stages from the artist's estate. Through manuscript reproductions, diplomatic transcriptions and synoptic representations you can follow the text history of each poem in detail.
    Access: http://raeber.nie-ine.ch/start
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SNSF Professorships | Acceptance 2016

    This research project focuses on the unacknowledged phenomenon of (enlightened) amateurs’ representations in semi-private or private contexts, particularly aristocratic. It addresses the functions (social, moral, educational) of theatre in the society and seeks to define the peculiarities of the « théâtre de société » by capturing its distinctive features through the recording and mapping of its manifestations in historical sources (see http://p3.snf.ch/project-157392). Platec
    Status: In progress
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SNSF | Acceptance 2016

    The project targets two main controversies in the radio debates in Switzerland and in France from 2006 to 2016 : religion and gender. By identifying the actors and the main topics at stake in two daily broadcasts throughout this period, historiographic and ethnographic studies will be undertaken in order to pinpoint national peculiarities within political debates and converging trends within european political context (see http://p3.snf.ch/project-165652). PLatec
    Status: In progress
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SNSF | Acceptance 2016

    The project Bernoulli-Euler Online (BEOL) integrates the two edition projects Basler Edition der Bernoulli-Briefwechsel (BEBB) and Leonhardi Euleri Opera Omnia (LEOO) into one digital platform available on the web. In addition, Jacob Bernoulli's scientific notebook Meditationes – a
    document of outstanding significance for the history of mathematics at its turning point around 1700 — will be published, offering a multilayer access to the user (facsimile, transcription, critical text, translations, indices, and commentaries). BEOL is implemented within Knora/SALSAH,
    a generic virtual research environment (VRE) for the humanities.
    Status: In progress, Beta-Version available (based on DaSCH/Knora)
    Access: http://beol.dasch.swiss (Beta-Version, open access)
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    This project aims at understanding the making of gender’s representation in 1940s french film production. The analysis of textual sources generated by the production of films will allow to study the status of the stars and their corresponding characters and to replace the creation process within its socio-historical background. Platec
    Access: The digitized archives of Claude Autant-Laura (scripts, legal documents, letters, etc. forming the archival material of Claude Autant-Lara held by the Swiss Film Archive) are not available publicly due to copyright restriction (see http://p3.snf.ch/project-166366).
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Acceptance 2016

    The Origins of the Science System and the Making of Professional Structures in European States, 1700-1870. Faculté des sciences sociales et politiques de l'Université de Lausanne. Platec
    Status: in progress
    promotingknowledge

PhD | Acceptance 2015

    Die Flüchtlingslager des Territorialdienstes 1939-1957. PhD Project Basel Graduate School of History.
    Status: In progress
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SNSF | Acceptance 2015

    Life Histories of Theban Tombs (LHTT) focuses on a cluster of rock-cut tombs built during the 2nd millennium BC at the hillside of Sheikh ‘Abd el-Qurna in Western Thebes. The project draws on an integrative archaeological perspective that combines archaeological research with scientific, material, and historical analysis. Its main objectives are to investigate the natural and anthropogenic evolution of the hillside and to explore the history of the tombs, objects, and people connected with it, from the early 2nd millennium BC to the 20th century. LHTT prioritizes research procedures that give relevance to detail and variation, and uses technical and electronic equipment that supports quantifiable, precise data collection often on a micro-analytic level (Research). Digital data processing and an interactive database system, which will eventually be transmitted into an open source for students of archaeology and related fields, are also an important part of the research strategy.
    Status: In progress
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SNSF | Acceptance 2015

    Collaboration wiht NIE-INE

    The project “Reconstruire Delille” has three goals: to make Delille accessible by publishing the first critical edition of his work; to renew the approach of his aesthetics; and to rebuild the cultural dynamics that characterized the reception of his poetry from its beginnings to the end of the 19th century. This latter study is nourished by a database that inventories the echoes of Delille in European culture, an edition of L’Homme des champs based on the reception of that text, and an international conference on the impact of the poet outside France.
    Access:https://www.nie-ine.ch/editionen-delille-en
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SNSF | Acceptance 2015

    The tombs found in the Valley of the Kings (which belong to the UNESCO World Heritage) have only in part been documented and published. In addition, large areas of the valley have remained unexplored – a fact that is of concern, due to the impact of natural and human influences currently present. In the face of these factors, our objective has become to secure the valuable information these tombs have to offer and to make it available to future researchers and to the public at large. The University of Basel Kings’ Valley Project has especially dedicated itself to the preservation and documentation of these endangered historical tomb structures and has initiated a site management programme to ensure the protection of the tombs and their surroundings. Data will be migrated to the DaSCH.
    Status: In progress
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SNSF Interdisciplinary projects | Acceptance 2015

    Focusing on the study of children’s representation of god, this project gathers more than 6500 digitized drawings from various countries (Switzerland, Japan, Russia, United-States, Brazil) along with individual questionnaires and drawings annotation to collect data regarding children’s psychology and culture. (see http://p3.snf.ch/Project-156383). Platec
    License: to be determined, will be partially public
    Access: https://ddd.unil.ch
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Own funds | Acceptance 2014

    Online access to the ethnological data of Bruno Manser (photo and video interface).
    Status: In preparation
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Foundations | Acceptance 2013
Acceptance 2013

    The Documentation Library of St. Moritz has a collection of about 12'000 historic photographs documenting the history of St. Moritz . Due to copyright restriction, the photographs are available only with a watermark.
    License: CC BY-NC-ND
    Access: http://data.dasch.swiss/dokubib
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PhD | Acceptance 2012

    This is a PhD project hosted by the DaSCH. The photographs and Metadata are not available publicly. Please contact the DaSCH in order to access this data.
    License: still in retention period (contact DaSCH for information)
    Access: -
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European Union Framework Programme 6 (FP6) | Acceptance 2011

    The DYLAN project sought to identify the conditions under which Europe's linguistic diversity can be an asset for the development of knowledge and economy. The database gathers the administrative archives of the project, funded under Framework Programme 6 (FP6) of the European Union and involving 20 research institutions in 12 European Countries and ran for five years (2006-2011). It also hosts the research data (audio files, videos, transcriptions of multilingual interactions’ observation) of the University of Lausanne as a partner in this project.
    License: to be determined, will by partially public
    Access: http://www.dylan-project.org/Dylan_en/home/home.php
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PhD | Acceptance 2011

    Dissertationsprojekt von Bettina Braun unter der Leitung von Prof. Karl Wagner, Deutsches Seminar, Universität Zürich.
    Status: In progress

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SNSF ProDoc | Acceptance 2010

    Lumières.Lausanne provides researchers and a broader public with sources (mostly unpublished) on the French-speaking part of Switzerland during the Enlightenment. Along with primary sources, secondary literature and biographical notices on key-figures of the cultural and political life in the 18th century, the project also make available the latest resources and information concerning this research field and publishes on a regularly basis new transcriptions of historical sources. Platec
    License: partially public
    Access: http://lumieres.unil.ch/fiches/
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SNSF | Acceptance 2010

    HyperHamlet is a database of references to Shakespeare's most famous play. Structured as a hypertext of Hamlet, it gives access to thousands of extracts from later texts that quote particular lines. Extracts which mention certain characters or scenes can be searched for these names and motifs.
    Access: see http://www.hyperhamlet.unibas.ch
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Acceptance 2009

    The digitised book of the History of the City of Basel by Rudolf Wackernagel (1855 - 1925) including the raw OCR texts.
    License: CC BY 4.0
    Access: http://data.dasch.swiss
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LIMC Foundation | Acceptance 2009

    The LIMC is an exhaustive collection of data and images about classical mythologies. It has been assembled during the last 30 years and published on paper and as a database.
    License: To be determined
    Access: http://weblimc.org
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Acceptance 2008

    Database documenting the performances at the "Hôtel de Musique" in Bern between 1766 to 1905. It contains information about theatre, opera and ballet performances as well as concerts.
    License: CC BY-NC-ND
    Access: http://data.dasch.swiss/hdm
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SNSF | Acceptance 2008

    The goal of this project has been to analyse the image-text relations within a corpus of about 20 incunabulas grouped around Sebastian Brant's “ship of fools” (Das Narrenschiff) which contains about 1000 woodcuts. The project has been initiated by Prof. B. Schellewald of the Institut of Art History in Basel in collaboration with the Digital Humanities Lab.
    License: CC BY 4.0
    Access: http://data.dasch.swiss
    Resources: incunabula:book, incunabula:page
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