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The EADH brings together and represents the Digital Humanities in Europe across the entire spectrum of disciplines that research, develop, and apply digital humanities methods and technology. These include art history, cultural studies, history, image processing, language and literature studies, manuscripts studies, and musicology, amongst others. The EADH also supports the formation of DH interest groups in Europe that are defined by region, language, methodological focus or other criteria. Join us!

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  • dossiers

    The project publishes on line a complex patrimonial set (combining manuscripts, printed and mixed materials) of high scientific and cultural significance: the documentation files (now kept at the Rouen library) that Flaubert gathered to write his...

  • The DMMapp (Digitized Medieval Manuscripts App) links to more than 500 libraries in the world. Each one of these contains digital medieval manuscripts that can be browsed for free. The DMMapp aims at facilitating access to these resources and...

  • maddlain

    The MADDLAIN project aims to analyse the behaviour and needs of different audiences with regard to digital access to the collections offered by the CegeSoma, the Royal Library of Belgium and the State Archives of Belgium.

    The project...

  • The Programming Historian offers novice-friendly, peer-reviewed tutorials that help humanists learn a wide range of digital tools, techniques, and workflows to facilitate their research. We regularly publish new lessons, and we always welcome...

  • epigraphia3D

    Epigraphia 3D is an innovative project that aims to bridge the gap between research in the Humanities and technology research in engineering graphics. It offers a selection of Roman inscriptions digitized in 3D from the National Archaeological...

  • cc

    The research and editing project Controversia et Confessio documents the theological disputes that broke out after the promulgation of the Augsburg Interim from 1548 and its conceptual alternative, the Leipzig Interim.

    Contrary to the...

  • creative amsterdam

    CREATE is short for Creative Amsterdam: An E-Humanities Perspective, a research programme established in 2014. We are based at the department of Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam, and part of the Amsterdam Centre for Cultural Heritage...

  • musacces

    "Museología e integración social: la difusión del Patrimonio Artístico y Cultural del Museo del Prado a colectivos de especial accesibilidad" is structured around three focal points of attention: the first will detect the specific needs and...

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    The project Corpus Coranicum of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (2007-2024) is exploring the Qur'an from three different angles: (1) Textual History: databases of ancient manuscripts and variant readings give insights...

  • ariadne

    ARIADNE brings together and integrates existing archaeological research data infrastructures so that researchers can use the various distributed datasets and new and powerful technologies as an integral component of the archaeological research...

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    The main aim of the Open Memory Project is the publication on the web of information and resources coming from the CDEC Foundation’s archives and library, using the Linked Open Data Technologies. The Open Memory Project has been realized by the...

  • philobilon

    PhiloBiblon is a bio-bibliographical database of the primary sources for the study of the medieval Iberian literatures. It picks up the baton from one of the oldest DH projects, the Bibliography of Old Spanish Texts (BOOST). PhiloBiblon consists...

  • maaya

    Archaeologists and epigraphists have made formidable progress over 100 years to decipher the writings of the ancient Maya culture, yet a proportion of the hieroglyphic corpus remains open for interpretation. This effort can be accelerated through...

  • courage

    The project COURAGE will create the first digital database of both online and offline private and public collections in Europe which testify to the survival of various forms of cultural opposition in the former socialist countries; these...

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    The project is aimed at

    • Studying organization forms and infrastructures of the research devoted to Digital Humanities in the leading world centers;
    • Studying methodological foundation for DH development;
    • ...
  • mouse

    Many handwritten and illustrated archives contain a wealth of information, but are largely underexplored because they are complex and difficult for computers to decipher. The aim of this project is to develop a digital environment that resolves...

  • madre

    The MADRE project has employed advanced text analytics tools and methods to better understand discourse on gender along three main dimensions: visibility, resonance and legitimacy. Another goal of the project is to promote awareness on the...

  • DanteSources

    DanteSources is a Digital Library, based on an RDF ontology, which allows retrieving information about Dante Alighieri's primary sources, i.e., the works of other authors that Dante cites in his texts. DanteSources allows to visualize the list...

  • trace

    The TRACE (TRAnslation and CEnsorship) project deals with the coordinated study of censorship in the translation of different text types (narrative, poetic, theatrical and audiovisual) in Spain during the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Our...

  • Painting

    Private correspondences of early modern Saxon dukes and duchesses since John Frederick the Magnanimous (1503-1554) were digitized, transcribed in full text and annotated, their metadata were recorded in a database. By means of the xml-based...

  • penelope

    The international research project on the history of archaeological computing, conducted in cooperation with the Italian National Research Council and Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, was designed to retrace the development of a boundary...

  • ecodicology

    The aim of the joint project “eCodicology”, promoted by the BMBF, is the development, the testing, and the optimisation of new algorithms to automatically detect the macro- and microstructural elements of manuscript pages and embed them into the...

  • litlong

    The Palimpsest Project, initiated by Miranda Anderson and generously funded by the AHRC, enables users to explore the dimensions of literary Edinburgh through their encounters with geolocated extracts of literary works either via the web resource...

  • The “Montaigne at work” project (MONLOE: MONtaigne à L’Œuvre, Montaigne at Work) is presented by the Virtual Humanistic Libraries in Tours (BVH: Bibliothèques Virtuelles Humanistes), in cooperation with the IRHT (Institut de Recherche et d’...

  • Sagnagrunnur

    Sagnagrunnur is a geographically mapped database of the main published collections of Icelandic folk legends. The database features a distribution map of published Icelandic legends, and displays both the homes of the original storytellers and...

  • cde

    The Catalogue of Digital Editions has been gathering digital editions in an attempt to survey and identify best practice in the field of digital scholarly editing. Other cataloguing initiatives do not provide the granular analysis of features...

  • eagle

    EAGLE (Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy) is a best practice network co-funded through the ICT Policy Support Programme of the European Commission. By creating a seamless and centralised online database, EAGLE is providing...

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    CODECS is a collaborative web platform which draws heavily on data management technologies from Semantic MediaWiki and its spin-offs to accommodate resources for the benefit of scholars of Celtic studies worldwide. By far its most ambitious...

  • Lviv Interactive (LIA) is a web-accessible, interactive historical map of the city of Lviv. The map seeks to present the contemporary, living city in its historical dimension rather than reproducing a static picture of the past. This concept sets...

  • metrics

    Within linguistics, the use of large sets of data via a combination of rule-based and stochastic methods is now standardly part of the analysis of language structure. However, novel visual computation techniques have only just begun to be...

  • The Riddle of Literary Quality

    The Riddle of Literary Quality is a research project of the Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands in collaboration with the Fryske Akademy and the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (University of Amsterdam). The Riddle...

  • Germania Sacra

    Germania Sacra provides an Online-Portal with databases of clerics and monasteries, convents and collegiate churches of the Old Empire. The databases are linked to the project’s monographs. Digitised versions of these publications are freely...

  • correspsearch

    With correspSearch you may search within the metadata of diverse digital or printed scholarly editions of letters. The web service assembles and analyses files in the "Correspondence Metadata Interchange format“ (CMIF) that has been (and will...

  • Dariah

    DARIAH Germany started in 2011 as one of the first partners in the DARIAH-EU network. DARIAH-DE supports digitally based research in the arts and humanities. The services of DARIAH-DE adress both technical infrastructure (storage, software, tools...

  • digihum

    The core idea of our proposal at this first phase (12-15 months, starting in 2016) is to establish the foundations for the creation of a Digital Humanities initiative at the Linnaeus region, by combining some already existing expertise and...

  • Joyce

    Visual Correspondence uses data visualisation to makes sense of a person's life through their correspondence. Who they wrote to, who wrote to them, when and where - these flashes of detail unveil a rich narrative about people and our past through...

  • Mapping digital actors of Intangible Cultural Heritage in France

    The protection of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of UNESCO is ensured by a complex network of actors: institutions, associations, groups and individuals. The goal of this project is to understand which are the main actors in France and monitor...

  • ecpa

    The Eighteenth-Century Poetry Archive (ECPA) is a digital project in support of the teaching, study, and research of the poetry of the long eighteenth century. It comprises a full-text collection of richly-encoded digital texts and a research...

  • fig

    Taking up an idea by Menéndez Pelayo, who coined the Spanish term for a signal polymath author in the sense of an author whose writings cover a broad subject and whose oeuvre marked an inflection point, the Foundation intends to make the thought...

  • cvma

    Corpus Vitrearum Germany is part of an international research project on medieval glass paintings. The German project team is divided into two workplaces located in Freiburg and Potsdam. They are funded by the Academy of Sciences and Literature...

  • europeana
    Europeana Newspapers is a European Commission-funded project which has provided online access to around 12 million pages of historical newspapers from 23 European libraries and metadata relating to more than 20...
  • tranScriptorium aims to develop innovative, efficient and cost-effective solutions for the indexing, search and full transcription of historical handwritten document images, using modern, holistic Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR) technology....

  • saga

    The Icelandic Saga Map is first and foremost intended as a resource to enable specialists and non-specialists alike to approach the Íslendingasögur (medieval Icelandic 'Sagas of Icelanders') from a spatial perspective. To this end, Icelandic and...

  • transatlantis

    The full name of the program is “Digital Humanities Approaches to Reference Cultures: The Emergence of the United States in Public Discourse in the Netherlands, 1890-1990.” The program uses digital humanities tools to analyze how the United...

  • ri

    The REGESTA IMPERII (RI) chronologically record all activities evidenced by documents or anything else of the Roman-German kings and emperors from the Carolingians up to Maximilian I (ca. 751-1519) as well as of the popes of the early Middle Ages...

  • hms

    At HMS.scot you can find the details of over 200 Scottish printed sources of fiddle music from before 1850. There also images and indexes of 22 whole books from the University of Glasgow and Perth's A K Bell Library. Browse the collection, search...

  • ossian

    Ossian Online is a project to publish the various editions of the sequence of eighteenth-century works known collectively as the Ossian poems. Initially presented by Scottish writer James Macpherson as fragments of original manuscripts he had...

  • A project to digitise ogham stones and their inscriptions (the earliest writing in Ireland and the earliest written Irish), making them freely available on a searchable, multidisciplinary website, including 3d models of the stones. The website is...

  • medici

    BIA represents the culmination of over twenty years of research and development in historical scholarship and digital humanities. BIA is more than a search tool, but a digital portal to an otherwise lost world of early modern Europe from the...

  • omnia

    OMNIA allows a user to explore repositories such as Europeana or the Digital Public Library of America through one user-friendly interface. It provides tools for searching/browsing by collection, by map, by years or via a standard search. It...

  • Dialogo medieval

    The aim of this project is to develop a database of medieval Spanish dialogue poetry. It deals with a corpus which covers texts from the late twelfth century to the fifteenth century. From a pragmatic approach, it seeks to deepen the problem of...

  • Cofk

    Since 2009, the Cultures of Knowledge project, based at the University of Oxford, has been using a variety of research methods to reassemble and understand early modern correspondence networks.

    During our first phase of activities, between...

  • oes

    The main objective of the project „Open Encyclopedia System (OES)“ is to develop a standardized web-based open source platform for building and maintaining scientific online encyclopedias, which will be publicly available, free of charge on the...

  • dasi

    DASI – Digital Archive for the study of pre-Islamic Arabian inscriptions is an ERC project (2011-2016), led by Prof. Avanzini of the University of Pisa, that aims at getting the whole corpus of pre-Islamic Arabian inscriptions inventoried and...

  • read

    The Recognition and Enrichment of Archival Documents (READ) project is focused on making archival material more accessible through the use of cutting-edge technologies. Building on research undertaken by the tranScriptorium project (...

  • rescribe

    Rescribe's Latin Optical Character Recgnition (OCR) software is aiming to provide a free and open source software package to enable individual researchers and libraries to convert scanned images of early modern printed books into machine-readable...

  • Undertaking research on the digitised content of Europe’s galleries, museums, libraries and archives has huge potential, especially for the digital humanities and social sciences. But issues of licencing, interoperability and access can often...

  • Database of fixed liturgical readings in Late Antique and Medieval Jewish and Christian worship. The database contains currently ca. 15000 readings, from 34 lectionaries, on 4000 events and is growing further in order to study comfortably the use...

  • "Zwangsarbeit 1939-1945" Interview Archive

    The interview archive “Forced Labor 1939-1945” commemorates more than twenty million people forced to work for Nazi Germany. In this digital oral history platform, nearly 600 former forced laborers from 26 countries tell their life stories in...

  • R stylo package

    The ‘stylo’ package provides easy-to-use implementations of various established analyses in the field of computational stylistics, including non-traditional authorship attribution, genre recognition, style development (“sty-lochronometry”), etc....

  • The Egyptian “Book of the Dead” is a corpus of c. 200 spells in the form of texts and/or illustrations and witnessed in varying order and completeness by c. 3000 objects. Regarding data standards and techniques, the digital environment resides...

  • tropos

    Tropos is a Digital Creative Writing Library that focuses on new digital tools and creative writing to teach literature. We try to take into consideration the “pedagogy of routine” (Roman Gubern) and student’s creativity in order to support...

  • Kinsources is an open and interactive platform to archive, share, analyze and compare kinship data used in scientific research. Kinsources is not just another genealogy website, but a peer-reviewed repository designed for comparative and...

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    The University of Oxford Text Archive (OTA) develops, collects, catalogues and preserves electronic literary and linguistic resources for use in Higher Education, in research, teaching and learning. The OTA also gives advice on the creation and...

  • digilibLT

    The library publishes prose texts written in Latin in the late antiquity, annotated according to the XML-TEI standards, and offered in Open Access for reading and research. A complete canon of authors and works is also available.

  • key documents German Jewish

    The online source edition highlights central aspects of local, regional, and general German‐Jewish history providing approximately 150 digitized key documents. We consider Hamburg to be a “magnifying lens”; with reference to a tangible example,...

  • logoa

    In recent decades European libraries have taken a giant step towards the mass digitization of their historical collections and the opening of their contents for the use of the global digital society. However, researchers and teachers experience...

  • Thomas Gray Archive

    Thomas Gray is most famous for his poem “Elegy written in a country churchyard”. Born in 1716, he was one of the key poetic figures in the early romanticism of the mid-eighteenth century. The Thomas Gray Archive aims to make all his writing...

  • Fasti

    Fasti Online is a database of archaeological excavations since the year 2000, created by the International Association for Classical Archaeology (www.aiac.org). It contains over 3700 sites from 14 countries, many...

  • manart

    The Manart database gathers data about manifestos produced from the end of the 19th century onwards, in all geographical and artistic areas. Resolutely interdisciplinary, Manart has two long-term objectives: first to make available online...

  • ReNom

    ReNom: Navigating the Works of Rabelais and Ronsard in Search of People and Places

    ReNom is an initiative developed by the BVH team (Bibliothèques Virtuelles Humanistes) of the CESR (Centre d’Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance) in...

  • dio

    The Project Deutsche Inschriften (DI) aims at collecting and editing all Latin and German inscriptions of the Middle Ages and the early modern period up to the year 1650. The collection area covers Germany, Austria and South Tyrol. Every DI...

  • aulos

    In the summer of 2012, the IFA–NYU Selinunte Mission began to explore the interior of the cella of Temple R. This excavation showed that the Classical and Archaic layers had been sealed by a deep fill of the Hellenistic period and left untouched...

  • vvv

    In the VVV project, the “Archivio di Nuova Scrittura” (ANS), an archive of about 4000 verbo-visual artworks, was first digitized and enriched with documentary and bibliographic information, and then an online platform was implemented to search...

  • International Encyclopedia of the First World War

    "1914-1918-online. International Encyclopedia of the First World War" is an English-language online reference work on World War One. Launched in October 2014, the multi-perspective, public-access encyclopedia is a collaborative project by the...

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    The Environment & Society Portal is a gateway to open access resources about human participation in, and understandings of, the environment. It addresses the community of teachers and researchers in environment-related humanities, as well as...

  • lexicon

    The Lexicon of Scholarly Editing is a freely accessible multilingual academic resource that offers definitions for contested concepts in the field of Scholarly Editing and Textual Criticism. Rather than writing new definitions for theoretical...

  • parthenos

    PARTHENOS aims at strengthening the cohesion of research in the broad sector of Linguistic Studies, Humanities, Cultural Heritage, History, Archaeology and related fields through a thematic cluster of European Research Infrastructures,...

  • The database Glossarium Graeco-Arabicum makes available the files of a lexical project, intended to open up the lexicon of the medieval Arabic translations from the Greek. It contains about 100,000 Greek-Arabic word pairs, gramatically...

  • cendari

    The aim of CENDARI is to pilot the implementation of a virtual research infrastructure which will allow scholars to access historical resources across institutional and national boundaries.  At the core of the CENDARI environment are federated...

  • The DFG-funded project Deutsches Textarchiv (DTA) started in 2007 and is located at the Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften (BBAW) in Germany. The DTA digitizes a large cross-section of printed works in modern New High German...

  • desgodets

    Prononced at the french royal academy of architecture between 1721 and 1728, the lessons of Antoine Desgodets constitute an important milestone in the constitution and the normalization of the architectural knowledge in the classical age. We are...

  • gluck

    Gluck Gesamtausgabe (GGA) aims at a historical-critical edition of composer Christoph Willibald Gluck’s complete works for science and musical practice. Apart from the musical text and its text-critical annotation, the edition includes...

  • histograph

    histograph treats large multimedia collections as networks and provides tools for their exploration and annotation. The underlying assumption is simple: if two documents mention for example the same person, place or institution, we assume that...

  • sensualnosc

    The Senses in Polish Culture. Representations of the Human Senses in Language, Literature, and Art from the Middle Ages to the Present.

    The project is devoted to the issues of sensuality interpreted as a historically variable set of forms...

  • CRETA

    The “Center for Reflected Text Analytics” (CRETA) focuses on the development of technical tools and a general workflow methodology for text analysis within Digital Humanities. Of particular importance is the transparency of tools and traceability...

  • artefacts

    Artefacts is a digital online encyclopedia devoted to archaeological small findings. It gathers data from publications, museums and private collections to offer an image of objects forms, with a description, chronology and illustrations, as well...

  • The Pinkassim Project
    The Pinkassim Project, a collaboration between the National Library of Israel, the Simon Dubnow Institute for Jewish History and Culture at Leipzig University and internationally renowned scholars, is a...
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    eTRAP (electronic Text Reuse Acquisition Project) is an Early Career Research Group funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. This interdisciplinary team studies the linguistic and literary phenomenon that is text reuse...

  • dixit

    DiXiT (Digital Scholarly Editions Initial Training Network) is an international network of high-profile public and private institutions that are actively involved in the creation and publication of digital editions. DiXiT offers a coordinated...

  • ciberia

    This project intends to function as a platform for a community interested and/or specialized in new creative forms of literary publishing, using the Ciberia database as the confluence point and origin of collective interaction, creation and...

  • DigiPal

    The Digital Resource and Database for Palaeography, Manuscript Studies and Diplomatic (DigiPal) aims to bring new methods in Digital Humanities to the study of medieval handwriting in its diplomatic and manuscript context by combining digital...

  • Isidore

    Isidore is a platform of search allowing the access to digital data of Humanities and Social Sciences. Open to all and especially to teachers, researchers, PhD students, and students, it relies on the principles of Web of data and provides access...

  • dynamiter

    Deciphering the Dynamiter is a hub of research on authorial issues surrounding Robert Louis Stevenson, his wife Fanny Stevenson, and their complex collaborations. The project focuses on attributing the authorship of The Dynamiter: More New...

  • xtriples

    With the XTriples webservice you can crawl XML repositories and extract RDF statements using a simple configuration based on XPATH/XQuery expressions. The webservice can be used with direct POST, form-style POST or GET requests.

    The...

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    This project is centered around the richly annotated linguistic database of the Hebrew Bible created by the Eep Talstra Centre for Bible and Computer. In the SHEBANQ project a webinterface was developed that enables running and saving queries and...

  • faims

    FAIMS Mobile is an open source, generalised and customisable system for digital data collection on Android, created by the FAIMS project. As a server-client system it facilitates simultaneous operation by multiple users. It is designed to work...

  • evt

    EVT is a light-weight, open source tool specifically designed to create digital editions from TEI XML-encoded texts, freeing the scholar from the burden of web programming and enabling the final user to browse, explore and study digital editions...

  • The project "Visual Analysis of Language Change and Use Patterns" is an interdisplinary project at the University of Konstanz between the Lingustics (Prof. Miriam Butt) and the Computer Science Department (Prof. Daniel Keim). The aim of the...

  • Bretez

    Bretez is a transverse and transdisciplinary project which takes “the sensitive dimension” as a complementary vector to recontextualization. It's designed for a very large audience (including museums and research) - by proposing a model with a...

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    The Observatory of literary life is a Sorbonne Universities LabEx (laboratory of excellence) whose purpose is to create synergies between digital technologies and literature. This approach, which falls within the scope of digital humanities, can...

  • balade

    La cité d’expérience of Noisy-le-Sec, experimental site of prefabricated houses created at the end of World War II, is today the subject of a controversial heritage. The district was registered at the “additional inventory of historical monuments...

  • linhd

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    Research One of LINHD’s cornerstones as a center for innovation is interdisciplinary and team research through large areas and projects that combine humanities and technology at the same level of importance. This approach is...

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    The PROPYLÄEN project offers access to Goethes Biographica. His diaries, correspondences and evidences of meetings and conversations will be presented digitally for the first time beside the traditional printed editions on an integrated web site...

  • impact

    IMPACT: A Tool for Transcribing and Commenting on Oral Data, for Teaching, Learning, and Research.

    The development of IMPACT began in 2011 with the goal of helping students, teachers, and researchers to share, transcribe, and comment on...

  • visArgue

    A team of linguists, information scientists and political scientists embarks on the question when political negotiations are successful and why they are successful. In particular, we want to develop automatic tools that analyse political...

  • The Swiss Lawyers Society has been publishing historical Swiss legal texts for over a century. The retrodigitization project made available over 100 published volumes, containing source material and comments from the early middle ages until 1798...

  • historical soudscapes

    This platform is designed to explore historical urban soundscapes, aided by the outreach potential made possible through new technologies. It will allow users to recreate music of the past in historical locations through the use of online...

  • cappelli

    Adriano Cappelli's «Lexicon abbreviaturarum» is one of the most renowned collections of abbreviations. In a very successful crowd sourcing project, Ad fontes (www.adfontes.uzh.ch), an e-learning platform...

  • Alcide

    ALCIDE is a web-based platform designed to assist humanities scholars in analysing large amounts of data such as historical sources and literary works. The system combines advanced text processing techniques, intuitive visualisations and close/...

  • Pelagios

    PELAGIOS stands for 'Pelagios: Enable Linked Ancient Geodata In Open Systems' - its aim is to help introduce Linked Open Data goodness into online resources that refer to places in the historic past. Why do we want to do that? Well, we think it...

  • sandrart

    Sandrart.net (A net-based research platform on the history of art and culture in the 17th century) was a project funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. While being located at the Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main/Germany and the...

  • I.Sicily is a project to create and make freely available online the complete corpus of inscriptions from ancient Sicily. The project includes texts in all languages (Greek, Latin, Phoenician/Punic, Oscan, Hebrew, and Sikel), from the first...

  • The historical thesaurus of english

    The Historical Thesaurus of English contains almost 800,000 words from Old English to the present day arranged into detailed semantic hierarchies. It is primarily based on the second edition of the Oxford English Dictionary and its Supplements,...

  • european summer school

    The European Summer University in Digital Humanities was created in 2009 and has been running ever since. It seeks to offer a space for the discussion and acquisition of new knowledge, skills and competences in those computer technologies which...

  • eidentity

    In this three-year interdisciplinary Project social scientists and computer-linguists from three German research institutions worked together to analyse the discursive emergence of multiple collective identities in a corpus of 460.917 press...

  • WissKI

    WissKI is a Virtual Research Environment meeting the needs of museum documentation, object-based research, and interoperability. It is deployed as a modular extension of the Drupal CMS. Its intention is to support innovative forms of research...

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    The Lazarus Project is a multi-institutional international collaboration between imaging scientists, humanities faculty, graduate students, and independent consultants. We work to recover damaged manuscripts and other heritage objects through the...

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    SALSAH stands for System for Annotation an Linkage of Source in Arts and Humanities. It is a virtual research environment for the humanities.

  • biblindex

    As an index of biblical references found in both Western and Eastern Christian literature, at present covering the first four centuries but with the intention of extending over the whole of Late Antiquity and the early Middle Ages, BIBLINDEX aims...

  • etalks

    The eTalks are a new digital multimedia editing plaform developed at the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (VITAL-IT, Lausanne): their application is implemented via an easy-to-use editor interface, designed for the use of researchers themselves...

  • anote

    @note is a collaborative annotation system developed under the auspices of the Google’s 2010 Digital Humanities Awards program. It is developed by ILSA (Research Group on Implementation of Language-Driven Software and Applications) and LEETHI...

  • exhibitium

    The Exhibitium Project is a data-driven project that focuses on art exhibitions regularly held by galleries, museums and art centers. These art exhibitions are understood as complex cultural phenomena resulting from of a variety of relationships...

  • Polish Literature Newsletter

    Polish Literature Newsletter is a project directed towards the community of Polish language teachers – institutions, researchers, educators, academics and students concerned with literature, linguistics and Polish culture. It aims to create a...

  • vers libre

    Through the annotation and statistical analysis of a large corpus of French free verse, this project seeks to pinpoint recurring patterns specific to free verse, the very name of which bears an immediate contradiction. The apparently unregulated...

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    CLARIN is the Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure, which provides easy and sustainable access for scholars in the humanities and social sciences to digital language data (in written, spoken, or multimodal form), and to...

  • CATMA (Computer Aided Textual Markup and Analysis) is a free, open source markup and analysis tool from the University of Hamburg's Department of Languages, Literature and Media. It incorporates three interactive modules, a tagger enabling...

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    A linked open data (LOD) based framework for keeping research data from the Humanities online for a indefinite amount of time (that is, keeping the research data really accessible on the long run). An important part is a complete timestamp based...

  • Burckhardtsource.org is a semantic digital library created within the ERC project “The European correspondence to Jacob Burckhardt” coordinated by Prof. Maurizio Ghelardi (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa). The time span 1842–1897 witnesses a...

  • monasterium

    Monasterium.net is a virtual archive, a community and a research platform on medieval and early modern charters. About 60 archival institutions from 10 European countries and research projects from all around the world make more than 450.000...

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    VV's TransVis or Translation Array Prototype is an online system for exploring a corpus of translations of a work. Among various interfaces and outputs, the interface "Eddy and Viv" (E&V) enables users to see which passages in a translated...

  • eLite

    Rapid changes in our reading and writing habits for the screen are modifying our perception of the literary experience, especially among the youngest readers. As we confront this new scenario, it becomes necessary to join forces in order to...

  • This project sets out to construct a digital literary-historical map of 20th Century Catalan writer Manuel de Pedrolo’s production that feeds from his complete digital corpus. This corpus is compiled and XML-tagged through a groupsourcing...

  • cligs

    CLiGS (Computational Literary Genre Stylistics) is a junior research group in which researchers from Literary Studies and Computer Science work together. We study, use, adapt and develop quantitative methods of text analysis to investigate French...

  • A bibliographic database of four areas referred to medieval Catalan literature, collecting bibliographic references (primary and secondary sources) since the eighteenth century to the year 2011. These four areas are: Ausiàs March; Tirant lo Blanc...

  • The am of this project is to study both graphic representation and scale models of territories, cities and fortifications, and machines. It also analyses other buildings made by military engineers in the service of the Spanish Monarchy, whose...

  • The aim of Mnemosyne. Digital Library for Rare and Forgotten Literary Texts (1868-1936) is to select, categorize, and make visible in digital format literary texts that belong to a forgotten repertoire in order to allow a historical review of the...

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    The Inscriptiones Graecae are the oldest project of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, being the successor of the Corpus Inscriptionum Graecarum (CIG), founded in 1815. In the project’s publication series, the Greek...

EADH History

The European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH) was founded in 1973 under the name Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing (ALLC) with the original purpose of supporting the application of computing in the study of language and literature.

As the range of available and relevant computing techniques in the humanities increased, the interests of the association’s members have broadened substantially and encompass not only text analysis and language corpora, but also history, art history, music, manuscript studies, image processing and electronic editions. The association’s new name, which was adopted in 2012, reflects this significant widening of scope. Today the EADH’s mission is to represent European Digital Humanities across all disciplines.

ADHO

The European Association for Digital Humanities is a founding chapter - or ‘constituent organisation’ - of an international umbrella organisation, the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO). ADHO presently (6/2015) includes

ADHO has adopted the EADH journal DSH - Digital Studies in the Humanities (published by Oxford University Press) as its main print publication. Two open access journals, namely DHQ (Digital Humanities Quarterly and Digital Studies / Le champ numérique, are also published under the ADHO umbrella.