The Integrative Lecture aims to introduce various research projects in the field of Digital Humanities, which are based in Göttingen, and thus give an overview of the diversity of DH research at the Göttingen Campus.
The lectures will last about 45 minutes. Afterwards, there will be time for questions and lively discussions.

The lecture takes place in ZHG 004 and online, via BigBlueButton

All lectures will start at 6pm c.t.

  • 07.11.2023
    Daniel Justo Sánchez
    People & writing and the videogame Scribe of Ages. An interdisciplinary approach to research and teaching of the written culture in the Middle Ages

  • 14.11.2023
    Jörg Wettlaufer
    ChatGPT & Co - Large Language Models and their Application in the (Digital) Humanities

  • Canceled:
  • 21.11.2023
    Paul Langeslag
    The Electronic Corpus of Anonymous Homilies in Old English (ECHOE)

  • 28.11.2023
    Hanna Surjadi
    Regesta Imperii - Information Retrieval via the OCC Model of Emotions

  • 05.12.2023
    Arnd Reitemeier/Niels Petersen
    Catalogus Professorum. University History through personal data

  • 12.12.2023
    Ming Liu
    Orthographic competence of German learners with Chinese as L1 - a learner corpus-based study

  • Canceled:
  • 09.01.2024
    Daniel Kurzawe
    Academic libraries as Data Infrastructures for Humanities research

  • 16.01.2024
    Adele Jakumeit
    See the Sound - An Introduction to Computerassisted Music Performance Analysis

  • 23.01.2024
    Christoph Kudella
    Reassembling the Republic of Letters

  • 30.01.2024
    Michael Eber
    Quantifying Context: Medieval Saints’ Lives and their Textual Surroundings

  • Canceled:
  • 06.02.2024
    Thorben Langer
    Virtual archives in archaeology