...is what the WordWeb/IDEM database will do. Mapping intertextuality in early modern drama and share popular "lexias" such as phrases, names or plot elements...Check the new website for more information about this Project @ DaSCH.

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...in concentrated and decisive sentences explained by our outstanding researcher Sepideh Alassi. In this video, she also talks about her research interests and the opportunities she has as a PhD student in the Digital Humanities PhD program at the University of Basel. This is what it was originally recorded for.

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We are developing a web-based research environment for humanities scholars and are looking for a new member for our front-end web development team.

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We are developing a web-based research environment for humanities scholars and are looking for a new member for our server software development team.

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Oxford 15-18 July 2019 The WordWeb / Intertextuality in Drama of the Early Modern Period was part of the conference highlighting digital explorations of early modern drama, returned to the University of Oxford on 15-18 July 2019. The conference was co-sponsored by the Bodleian Libraries, Oxford, and the Folger Shakespeare Library.

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Université de Lausanne 3-4 June 2019 The workshop was held to explore possible interactions between digital texts, the graphdata-model, scholarly editionsand the semantic web. Invited speakers from the DaSCH Team: Tobias Schweizer, Sepideh Alassi (University of Basel – Digital Humanities Lab). moreDigital texts processed by machines are linear strings of characters,

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Digitization Preservation and Access, Lisbon 14-17 May 2019 An international community of technical experts, managers, practitioners, and academics from cultural heritage institutions, universities, and commercial enterprises, explored and discussed the digitization, preservation and access of 2D, 3D, and AV materials. Our experts on-site were: Access: Integration of Linked Open [usable]

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The Photo Archive of the Swiss Society for Folklore Studies - A Place for Research, Encounters and Affect Founded in 1896, from the 1930s onwards the Swiss Society for Folklore (Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Volkskunde, SGV) began collecting photographs and regarding them as source material for research work. This article presents

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How to Facilitate the Cooperation between Humanities Researchers and Cultural Heritage Institutions. Many thanks to all 20 authors (DARIAH blog). Researchers and Cultural Heritage Institutions – collaborate! Read book

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Elaborating Networks for WordWeb/IDEM, Intertextuality in Drama of the Early Modern Period – A new way of representing Intertextuality in Drama of the Early Modern Period. We had a wonderful Presentation @DHX2019 (More informations about the Event).

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please sent your comments on this paper to ulrike.wuttke@gmx.net 1.Welche Rollen spielen disziplinäre Grenzen und disziplinspezifische Fragestellungen für die Etablierung einer Forschungsdatenkultur und ihre Organisationsform in den Geistes- und Kulturwissenschaften? 2.Welche Auswirkungen hat die jeweilige Organisationsform des Datenmanagements auf multimediale, interdisziplinäre Forschungsprojekte? 3.Welche besonderen

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"WordWeb / Intertextuality in Drama of the Early Modern Period – A new way of representing Intertextuality in Drama of the Early Modern Period" Putting "old" projects like hyperhamlet on the next level. Thanks to the SNSF support - many of the approved submissions from the "Digital

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Long-term archiving or long-term access is a major topic after the digital turn in the humanities, as many funding agencies such as the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) and the European Commission (for Horizon 2020 and ERC grant applications) are now requiring that a data management plan be in place

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References of our growing Tour de Suisse regarding data management plans #DMP and #ComplexData: Here you can find the #DaSCH presentation at GESS, ETH Zurich from 13.09.2018. If you are looking for other specific documents, please contact vera.chiquet@unibas.ch.

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On the 11th of September 2018, the Workshop "From DMP to Data-Sharing for Humanities and Social Sciences" took place. The presentations are now online. Please find them here. In collaboration with GRACE (Graduate Center for Doctoral Candidates and Postdocs) the DaSCH will be hosting this Workshop at the

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We did not swore the oath of confederation as the three cantons but are happy to celebrate our cooperation with Amt für Kultur Baselland und Museumsverbund Baselland -> making #digitization #smarter #together

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The value of open source #BernoulliEulerOnline "...not only solve the problem for ourselves, but for others as well" (T. Schweizer in medium.com).

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Ein Kunstwerk viele Aufnahmen. Eine festinstallierte Kamera oben in einer Kuppel macht rund 50 hochaufgelöste Aufnahmen eines Objekts. Über das Universität Basel Spin-off "Truvis" in: horizonte SNF Wissenschaftsmagazin, 5. Juni 2018.

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Presenting BEOL for the Theme of the DH2018 "Bridges/Puentes", hosted by the Red de Humanidades Digitales (RedHD), La Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) and El Colegio de México (Colmex), 26-29 June 2018. https://dh2018.adho.org/. Sepideh Alassi about "A Digital Edition of Leonhard Euler’

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Facilitating Cooperation Between Humanities Researchers And Heritage Institutions at the Digital Humanities Centre, Institute for Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, 19-20 June 2018. DaSCH was invited to participate (Travel Bursery) Publication of a short hands-on online guidebook will follow on the 8th November 2018... stay tuned!

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Forschungsinfrastrukturen für die Geisteswissenschaften? Die Folgen des "digital turns" in der geisteswissenschaftlichen Forschung. Research infrastructures for the humanities? The consequences of the "digital turn" in humanities. Dienstag 18:15 Uhr, 20. März 2018, Aula des Naturhistorischen Museums Basel. Link zum neuen / new Video

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After a successful Conference at the National Archives in Washington DC with Program Chair Lukas Rosenthaler, we are looking forward to the upcoming Venue in Europe, with Lukas Rosenthaler as General Chair.

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Gelebte Interdisziplinarität! Wie sich Museen und Archive durch Forschung und Digitalisierung mit der Universität und dem Digital Humanities Lab/DaSCH verbinden. Link zum Artikel

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vom Verband Dhd. Geisteswissenschaftliche Datenzentren im deutschsprachigen Raum (Januar, 2018). Details

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The new website of the photo archive of the SGV is online! More than 95,000 photographs from 20 collections... Visit site here!

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April 17-20, 2018 National Archives, Washington, DC Programm Chair: Prof. Dr. Lukas Rosenthaler (DaSCH, DHLab Switzerland) Digitization and Archiving 2018: Digitization, Preservation, and Access brings together an international community of imaging experts and technicians as well as curators, managers, and researchers from libraries, archives, museums, records management repositories, information technology

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Alle Publikationen aus SNF-finanzierten Projekten sollen ab 2020 kostenlos und digital verfügbar sein. Dies hat der Nationale Forschungsrat beschlossen. "Mit öffentlichen Geldern finanzierte Forschungsresultate sind ein öffentliches Gut", sagt Matthias Egger, der Präsident des Nationalen Forschungsrats. Der freie Zugang oder Open Access (OA) wird in der Wissenschaft zum

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The DaSCH has been presented at the "Digital Humanities 2017" conference in Montreal and has received great attention and feedback! See presentation here

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DaSCH now supports an accepted, widely used standard for persistent identifiers. It uses the ARK framework. The prefix 72163 has been assigned to the DaSCH. A persistent identifier looks like this: http://ark.dasch.swiss/ark:/72163/0801-3b7598ebb7b-b.2017115 As a peculiarity ARK allows modifiers to select specific versions of

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The DaSCH is now registered as repository for research data at re3data.org See DaSCH@re3data.org.

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From Oct. 1st the SNF requires that all research projects applying for a grant (basic research) must submit a data management plan. See SNF open research data and Data Management Plan (DMP) - Guidelines for researchers. The DaSCH may help You in setting up such a data management plan for

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