The Groningen Centre for Digital Humanities hosts several larger digital humanities projects. You can find these projects and their principal investigators below.
The Common Lab Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities - abbreviated to CLARIAH - is a distributed research infrastructure for the humanities and social sciences. In 2016, the organisation launched a first call for proposals. The Centre for Digital Humanities currently hosts three CLARIAH research projects.
- Susan Aasman, Me and Myself: Tracing First Person in Documentary History in AV-Collections (info)
- Sabrina Sauer and Berber Hagedoorn, Narrativizing Disruption: How Exploratory Search can Support Media Researchers to Interpret 'Disrupt' (info)
- Marcel Broersma, Remediation in Sports News (info)
Data Science projects
In 2017, Research Innovation Support (RIS) at the Centre for Information Technology (CIT) organised an university-wide competition for data science project proposals. Four Digital Humanities projects were selected. The Centre for Digital Humanities co-funds these projects.
- Robert Prey and Marc Esteve Del Valle, Platform Pop: Spotify’s Role as an Intermediary in the Music Industry (video)
- Andrea Sangiacomo, Rewriting Nature: studying the early modern scientific vocabulary in the Republic of Letters with word2vec (info)
- Martijn Wieling and Nanna Hilton, Automatic recognition of Frisian speakers: using computers to discriminate the Frisian accent and voice (info)
- Jacolien van Rij, Automatic Processing of Eye Tracking Movies (info)
Digital Humanities Exploratory Projects
In 2016, the Centre for Digital Humanities invited scholars from the three Humanities faculties to submit proposals for research projects in the field of Digital Humanities.
- Marcel Broersma, Automated Analysis of Discursive Practices on Twitter (COSMO Twitter Crawler)
- Martijn Wieling, Identifying Dutch Accents Automatically
- Peter Attema, Interdisciplinary 3-D Exploration of a Giant Burial Mound from the Iron Age at the Archaeological Site of Crustumerium (Rome, Italy)
- Lidewijde de Jong, Digital Tombs: Towards an Integrated Study of Funerary Practices
- Canan Çakirlar , BONIFY 1.0 – Ovis/Capra: Virtual Solutions to Zooarchaeological Problems (project website)
- Ielka van der Sluis, The Pictures and Text (PAT) Workbench: Toward Automated Evaluation of Multimodal First-Aid Instructions (info)
- Onno van Nijf, Connected Contests: Festival Networks in the Ancient World (project website)
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