More from: Computational Literary Studies


Christof Schöch: “Comparison of Text Groups using Measures of Distinctiveness”. Session Text-Mining and Stylometry, Summer School Neo-Latin Studies and Digital Humanities, org. Neven Jovanović (Zagreb), Marc Laureys (Bonn) and Alexander Winkler (Berlin/Halle). Online conference, University of Bonn, 14-16 April 2021. – Conference website. – Slides (PDF).


Christof Schöch: “Computational Literary Studies Infrastructure (CSL INFRA): A Starting Community”. General Meeting, DFG Schwerpunktprogramm | Priority Programme ‘Computational Literary Studies‘, Würzburg University, 16-18 March 2021. – Virtual event. – Slides.



Christof Schöch: “Digital, mehrsprachig, interdisziplinär, vernetzt: die COST Action Distant Reading for European Literary History” (invited lecture). Digital*Humanities im Gespräch, Dahlem Humanities Center, in Kooperation mit dem Center für Digitale Systeme (CeDiS), Freie Universität Berlin, 25 Feb 2021. – Information.


Christof Schöch & Maria Hinzmann: “Mining and Modeling Text. Linked Open Data für die Literaturgeschichtsschreibung” (guest lecture). Digital History – Offenes Forschungskolloquium, org. Torsten Hiltmann. Humbold-Universität Berlin, 27 Jan 2021. – Delivered remotely. – 🔗website 🔗slides.





Christof Schöch, Maria Hinzmann, Katharina Dietz, Julia Röttgermann, Anne Klee: “Smart Modeling for Digital Literary History”. Smart Data ╳ Digital Humanities: 11th International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities (DADH2020), Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, Dec. 1-4, 2020. – Delivered remotely. – Conference website.



Christof Schöch: “Wiederholende und wiederholbare Forschung in den Digital Humanities”. Workshop Das digitale Bild – Methodik und Methodologie: fachspezifisch oder transdisziplinär?, org. Hubertus Kohle und Hubert Locher. Philipps-Universität Marburg / DDK – Bildarchiv Foto Marburg, 12.–13. November 2020. – Abendvortrag, delivered remotely.

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Christof Schöch: „Current Challenges in Computational Literary Studies“. CDH 2020. Benevolence and Excellence: Digital Humanities and Chinese Culture. Shanghai Library, October 20-21, 2020. – Keynote, delivered remotely. – Slides.




Christof Schöch, Ulrike Henny, Albin Zehe, Christian Pölitz & Katrin Betz: “The ‘topic modeling workflow’ (tmw)“, Workshop Let’s Develop an Infrastructure for Historical Research Tools, at the Digital Humanities Conference 2017, Montréal, Canada, 7.-12.8.2017. – InformationenSlides.