More from: Computational Literary Studies

Christof Schöch: Participation in the panel on Digital Transformation in the Personal and the Academic Space: Convergence of the fields of Digital, Humanities, and Literature, org Youngmin Kim. Dongguk University, South Korea, 24 May 2024.

Christof Schöch: “Bigger Smarter Data: Extracting, Modeling and Linking Data for Literary History”. Invited lecture, org. Lee Seung-eun and Byungjun Kim on behalf of Korean Association for Digital Humanities (KADH), the Department of Korean Language and Literature, Humanities Utmost Sharing System. Korea University, Seoul, South Korea, 23 May 2024. – Slides: – DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.11213754Announcement.

Maria Hinzmann, Matthias Bremm, Tinghui Duan, Anne Klee, Johanna Konstanciak, Julia Röttgermann, Moritz Steffes, Christof Schöch, Joëlle Weis (2024 / im Druck). “Patterns in modeling and querying a knowledge graph for literary history”. In: Pattern Theory in Language and Communication, ed. Sabine Arndt-Lappe, Milena Belosevic, Peter Maurer, Claudine Moulin, Achim Rettinger & Sören Stumpf. Trier: TCLC. Orange Open Access Symbol

Christof Schöch: “Linked Open Literary History am Beispiel der Geschichte des französischen Romans 1750-1800”. Colloquium Frühe Neuzeit interdisziplinär. Neue Forschungsbeiträge aus Trier, org. Damien Tricoire & Stephan Laux. Universität Trier, 31 Jan 2024. – Präsentation.

Christof Schöch: “Legal aspects and scholarly requirements regarding TDM in the digital humanities: current developments in Germany”. French-German Meeting on Copyrighted Works in Digital Libraries. Bibliothèque National de France / Deutsche Nationalbibliothek. Paris, 14 Dec 2023.

Keli Du, Julia Dudar, Julia Röttgerman, Christof Schöch: “Investigating Measures of Distinctiveness for the Genre-Based Classification of Entire Novels”. Workshop SIG-DLS Seven Years On, Digital Humanities Conference 2023 (DH2023), University of Graz, July 10, 2023.