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Text as a Resource. Text Mining in Historical Science #dhiha7

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International Symposium at the German Historical Institute Paris (DHIP), June 29-30, 2017. Organized by Mareike König (DHIP), Marie Puren (INRIA) and Matthias Lemke (DHIP) in collaboration with the working group “Digital Humanities” of the Max Weber Foundation. With the financial support of DARIAH-ERIC and the Max Weber Foundation.

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Text as a Resource. Text Mining in Historical Science #dhiha7

  1. 1. Text as a Resource. Text Mining in Histo- ricalScience#dhiha7 June 29-30, 2017 at the German Historical Institute Paris (DHIP) 01110111 01110111 01110111 0111 01110111 10101010 1010 1010001 1010001 1010001 01100 01100 01100 01100 01100 01100 01100 01100 01100 000111 000111 000111 000111 001100 001100 000111 000111 000111 001011001 001011001 001011 001011 000111 000111 000111 000111 000111 00010001 00010001 00010001 0001 00010001 0001 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01000 01110111 Organized by Mareike König (DHIP), Marie Puren (INRIA) and Matthias Lemke (DHIP) in collaboration with the working group “Digital Humanities” of the Max Weber Foundation. With financial support of DARIAH-ERIC and the Max Weber Foundation For more details on the program visit our blog: http://dhdhi.hypotheses.org DHIP, 8, rue du Parc-Royal, 75003 Paris http://www.dhi-paris.fr Twitter:@dhiparis Hashtag: #dhiha7
  2. 2. 0111 0111 0111 1010 1010001 1 000111 0001 00 0001 0001 001 01000 01000 010010 01 0111 Thursday, June 29, 2017 from 13:30 Registration 14:00 – 14:30 Welcome and Introduction Welcoming Speech, Thomas Maissen, Paris Welcoming Speech, Anne Baillot, Berlin Text Mining in Historical Science, Mareike König, Marie Puren, Matthias Lemke 14:30 – 17:30 Panel I – Text Mining Infrastructures Chair: Matthias Lemke Leipzig Corpus Miner – Analysis and Visualization of Huge Text Data Collections Gregor Wiedemann, Gerhard Heyer, Leipzig 15:30 – 15:45 Coffee Break GROBID for Humanities: When Engineering Meets History Luca Foppiano, Charles Riondet, Paris The Analysis of “Soft” Concepts with “Hard” Corpus-Analytical Methods, Cathleen Kantner, Maximilian Overbeck, Stuttgart 17:30 – 17:45 Coffee Break 18:00 – 20:00 Public Evening Lecture Introduction, Matthias Lemke Text Mining – Limits and Opportunities Gregory Crane, Leipzig/Boston The public evening lecture will be followed by a reception at the DHIP. Friday, June 30, 2017 09:00 – 11:00 Panel II – Text Mining in Newspaper Corpora Chair: Mareike König The Image of the United States in the Dutch Press Pim Huijnen, Utrecht A Research Project on the Perception of Migration in Daily Newspapers and the Method of Blended Reading Sarah Oberbichler, Innsbruck The Language of the System as Language with a System? The “GDR Press-Corpus” Read from Distance Thomas Werneke, Potsdam, Daniel Burckhardt, Hamburg 11:00 – 11:15 Coffee Break 11:15 – 13:15 Panel III – Computational Historical Semantics Chair: Marie Puren Computational Historical Semantics, Tim Geelhaar, Frankfurt Modeling the Evolution of Language through Text Mining A Proposed Methodology Applied to the Transition between Latin and Romance Vernaculars, Florian Cafiero, Rémy Verdo, Paris Merits and Challenges of Multilingual Text Mining Tessa Hauswedell, London 13:15 – 14:15 Lunch 14:15 – 15:45 Panel IV – Legal Aspects of Text Mining in International Perspective Chair: Fabian Cremer, Bonn Today and Tomorrow - Text Mining in German Copyright Law Eric Steinhauer, Hagen The Text Mining-Exception in the French Law on Digital Humanities Pierre-Carl Langlais, Paris 15:45 Conclusion and End of Conference

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