Göttingen Projects in Digital Humanities


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 online, via BigBlueButton. The link is available at Studip, please register for participation:
https://studip-ecampus.uni-goettingen.de/dispatch.php/course/details?sem_id=4fdaf706eb217fdd8a5409cedd712c36&again=yes

All lectures will start at 6pm c.t.


  • 26.10.2021
    Prof. Dr. Martin Langner (Institut für Digital Humanities)
    Maße, Muster und Modelle - Alte und neue Projekte der Abteilung „Bild und Objekt“
    Patterns and Perspectives - Old and New Projects of the Section „Image and Artefacts“

  • 02.11.2021
    Dr. Niels Petersen (Institut für Historische Landesforschung)
    Dr. Felix Lennart Rösch and (Seminar für Ur- und Frühgeschichte)
    Spatial data and digital cartography in history and archaeology

  • 09.11.2021
    Thomas Haider (Institut für Digital Humanities)
    Computational Stylistics and Poetry

  • 16.11.2021
    Prof. Dr. Jörg Wesche (Seminar für Deutsche Philologie / Institut für Digital Humanities)
    Lisa Eggert (Seminar für Deutsche Philologie / Institut für Digital Humanities)
    Verse techniques in interaction. A database project on Gryphius plays

  • 23.11.2021
    Florian Barth, Tillmann Dönicke, Luisa Gödeke, Anna Mareike Hofmann, Hanna Varachkina (Project MONA, Seminar für Deutsche Philologie)
    Computational Literary Studies: From Concepts to Data

  • 30.11.2021
    Florian Barth, Tillmann Dönicke, Luisa Gödeke, Anna Mareike Hofmann, Hanna Varachkina (Project MONA, Seminar für Deutsche Philologie)
    Computational Literary Studies: From Data to Tools

  • 07.12.2021
    Prof. Dr. Nanette Rißler-Pipka (SUB, Forschung und Entwicklung / Digital Humanities)
    Forschungsdaten aus Bibliotheken und was wir damit anfangen können

  • 14.12.2021
    Marta Kipke (Institut für Digital Humanities)
    Egraphsen. Possibilities and perspectives of digital painter attribution on attic vases

  • 21.12.2021
    Lucie Böttger (Institut für Digital Humanities)
    Alexander Zeckey (Institut für Digital Humanities)
    Potential and Possibilities of Object Mining Using the Example of 3D-Modells of Ancient Terracottas

  • 11.01.2022
    Dr. Alexander Silbersdorff (Professuren für Statistik und Ökonometrie)
    The Scope, Limits and Pitfalls of (Complex) Statistical Modelling

  • 18.01.2022
    Dr. Anna Dorofeeva (Institut für Digital Humanities)
    Medieval Scribes, Scripts and Manuscripts in the Digital Age

  • 25.01.2022
    Dr. Grant Simpson (Seminar für Englische Philologie)
    Technical Aspects of the ECHOE Project

  • 01.02.2022
    Deborah Ehlers (Institut für Digital Humanities)
    Betrachterangebote in Virtuellen Museen am Beispiel der Virtuellen Rekonstruktion der Galerie „Der Sturm“
    Perception-supporting Offers in Virtual Museums using the Example of the Virtual Reconstruction of the Gallery „Der Sturm“

  • 08.02.2022
    Presentation of Student Projects