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  • GCDH :: TP1-HAB
    Monday List View Calendar View Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Projects DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum TP1 HAB Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel HAB The creation of digital editions and digital modelling of various dataformats semantic searches and the visualisation of data are issues that touch on basic problems common to the diverse disciplines within digital humanities The project will analyse cataloguing and indexing projects that rely on metadata and explore how current standards and ontologies can be used for modelling central entities such as persons corporate

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/projects/tp1-dlvm/hab/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: TP1-Archeology
    Web Monday List View Calendar View Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/projects/tp1-dlvm/archeology/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: TP1-AdW
    Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Projects DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum TP1 AdW Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen AdW The Göttingen Academy of Science and Humanities participates in the DH Research Collaboration with a sub project that is based on material from the long term project Johann Friedrich Blumenbach Online at the Academy Blumenbach Online started in January 2010 and aims at both digitizing and presenting online the writings and collections of the influential Goettingen physician and naturalist Johann Friedrich Blumenbach 1752 1840 It is through an exploration and application of Semantic Web technologies that we hope to establish robust and powerful methods for presenting and providing heterogeneous machine readable linked data These technologies model the semantic relationships between objects described by TEI encoded texts and metadata of these items stored today in several University collections Another goal is to discover and render visible the intense connections of Blumenbach s writings with the objects studied by him through the usage of modern concepts and tools from the web of data We also hope to support the Blumenbach online project by evaluating and testing new technologies which might prove useful for a sustainable presentation of the results of this and other projects Ultimately we are testing IT solutions that allow a joint presentation and use of data from various sources

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/projects/tp1-dlvm/adw/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: TP2-Politics
    of control We examine a variety of political variables to explain variations across countries in Internet content regulations and their enforcement Researchers Prof Andreas Busch Dr Yana Breindl Institute of Political Science Description Although the Internet has and continues to be viewed as a ground breaking medium of global free expression and democratic potential some types of content are increasingly controversial This is notably the case of hate or discriminatory speech depictions of violence or sexually explicit content or massive scale infringement of copyrighted works With the increasing convergence of previous forms of communication to the Internet and the extension of the online realm to mobile platforms a variety of actors converge in demanding stronger content regulations be this by public or private bodies From a policy perspective there is nothing fundamentally new about content regulation Private actors e g the Church whose Index Librorum Prohibitorum was officially abolished in the 1966 or public bodies e g youth protection institutions have repeatedly attempted to control what type of content reached particular types of users e g children or restrict particular types of speech e g hate speech in Europe However the Internet s decentralized global and largely privatized infrastructure challenges existing regulatory arrangements and in particular the role of the nation state in effectively regulating content in the digital realm As various authors note Internet content control is one of the drivers of Internet regulation in general At the international level reaching a consensus is rather difficult because content policies diverge not only between authoritarian and liberal democracies but also within democracies and across political fractions It seems evident that the repressive content policies of China which has built up a highly sophisticated online censorship infrastructure partly by relying on Western technologies has no equivalent in the Western world However there also exist strong divergences between democracies with long standing commitments to freedom of expression and human rights For instance U S courts have repeatedly sacralised the first amendment free speech protection by rejecting any state restriction to online speech contrary to German or French courts that have applied stronger content enforcement measures on several occasions If online content is hard to regulate digital tools offer nonetheless new forms of automated control Internet blocking tools which can take a wide variety of forms are among the most controversial of these as they pose a series of democratic questions in particular in terms of transparency accountability and the rule of law Furthermore as states rely on private intermediaries to execute content restrictions online new forms of private and co regulatory arrangements have emerged often in the absence of public debate and knowledge about the introduced measures Research into Internet blocking has typically focused on authoritarian regimes However Western states with a long term commitment to freedom of expression are increasingly debating and implementing Internet filtering Filtering is becoming a global norm as states and businesses make use of increasingly sophisticated techniques to deal with problematic content The research adopts a comparative

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/projects/tp2-ins/politics/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: TP2-Sociology
    Calendar View Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Projects DHFV TP2 Internet and Society TP2 Sociology Institut für Soziologie der Universität Göttingen The project Internet and Scientific Communication explores the impact of a variety of internet technologies on how research is practiced and science is governed today Our focus is on the diversity of scientific communication as a key institutional aspect of innovative science How are different technologies affecting the diversity of scientific communication the diversity of access to publications data positions and research networks the diversity of the

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/projects/tp2-ins/tp2-sociology/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: TP2-MPIMMG
    List View Calendar View Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English Projects DHFV TP2 Internet and Society TP2 MPIMMG Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity The Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity MPI MMG develops new digital tools and methods for anthropological research which cover three main areas The application of qualitative data analysis methods to visual material is still a new field although collecting visual material during field work has become common In the project a computer assisted method

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/projects/tp2-ins/tp2-mpimmg/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: Marco Büchler
    Analysis with R 2013 DARIAH DE International Digital Humanities Summer School DH related seminars and lectures at Göttingen University Services Events Göttingen Dialog in Digital Humanities Lecture series Internet Society Web Monday List View Calendar View Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English People Team Marco Büchler Email ed hdcg relhceubm Phone 49 551 39 20479 Marco Büchler Researcher Marco Büchler holds a Diplom in computer science Since 2006 he has worked as a research associate in the Natural Language Processing Group at Leipzig University From April 2008 to March

    Original URL path: http://www.gcdh.de/en/people/team/marco-buechler/ (2016-02-14)
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  • GCDH :: Jakob Epler
    International Expert Spring School 2015 GCDH Spring School 2014 GCDH Summer School 2014 DARIAH International DH Summer School Python Tutorial Seminar Quantitative Text Analysis with R 2013 DARIAH DE International Digital Humanities Summer School DH related seminars and lectures at Göttingen University Services Events Göttingen Dialog in Digital Humanities Lecture series Internet Society Web Monday List View Calendar View Past Events Videos THATCamp Göttingen Konferenz DigitalHumanities in der Praxis Projects Digital Humanities Research Collaboration DHFV DHFV TP1 Digital library and virtual museum DHFV TP2 Internet and Society DHFV TP3a Infrastructure DHFV TP3b Teaching DARIAH eTRACES PALAMEDES CENDARI DH at the Göttingen Research Campus CLARIN D Sources of the New eTRAP Nachwuchsgruppe Blogs The Internet needs to be integrated into traditional electoral campaigning logics to make a difference University of Göttingen Launches the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities Digital Humanities at the Göttinger Literaturherbst About About Us Bylaws People Executive Board Advisory Board Members Team Guests Former members and researchers Publications Books and Articles Conference Papers and Reports Posters Working Papers Digital Humanities Literatur Rechnen Wiki English People Team Jakob Epler Email ue hairad relpe bokaj Phone 49 0 551 39 20476 Jakob Epler DARIAH EU Communications Officer Jakob has a

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