ACDH – AUSTRIAN CENTRE FOR DIGITAL HUMANITIES
LaBaSi is an online cuneiform sign database based on the TEI Guidelines that will elucidate the diachronic development of sign forms.
The consortium maintains a Europe-wide network of data repositories, service centres and centres of expertise, focussing on digital language resources.
As a cooperation partner, the ACDH contributes to this European consortium's goal to pool activities and resources for heritage e-research.
This project is dedicated to harmonizing, digitizing and archiving data collected over the last 50 years in the context of excavations at Tell el-Daba in Egypt.
This project explores Austrian dialect maps from 1924 to 1956 and the way they reflect the politics and ideologies connected to linguistic research.
APIS is a project dedicated to creating a digital environment for new modes of access to prosopographical/biographical data.
The legal papers of the Austrian satirist Karl Kraus (1874‒1936) will be edited, provided digitally and contextualized with Kraus’ oeuvre as a whole.
As a cooperation partner in ELEXIS, the ACDH helps foster cooperation and knowledge exchange between different research communities in lexicography.
The shared online database developed by this project helps to collect and compare data on cremation burials during the Late Bronze Age.
DHA is a virtual platform that supports the digital paradigm in Austrian humani-ties studies by distributing information and connecting stakeholders.
This online Corpus of Arabic varieties is a virtual research platform for Arabic dialectology and a testing ground for new text technological methods.
This multi-project research programme is dedicated to conducting research into the variation and change of the German language in Austria with digital means.
The Schnitzler project will achieve the digitally representation of the genesis of Schnitzler’s literary texts across his oeuvre.
The project ELLViA investigates meaning-making through the choice of English vs. German on written public signs in the linguistic landscape of Vienna.
PAAS is dedicated to collecting, analysing, and evaluating prosopographical and biographical data in a structured and sustainable manner.
The Training Digital Scholars in Digital Humanities will be supported and the knowledge exchange between V4 countries and Austria will be fostered.
This project is dedicated to the documentation and lexicographic processing of the varied basal and regional dialects of (former) Austria.
This project develops a Geographical Information System, workbench and repository to collect, create, and share historical temporalized spatial data.
Portfolio/Showroom is an integrated data management and presentation solution for artists and scientists.
The network project KONDE is dedicated to developing a best practice research infrastructure for the creation and publication of digital editions.
The project collects data on private book ownership in the catholically dominated rural areas of the Central Alps, particularly in 18th century Tyrol.
This project investigates and digitally catalogues the use of foreign languages in dramatic literature by the Austrian writer Peter Handke (*1942).
This online multimedia exhibition presents, contextualizes and analyzes the visual media landscape in post-World War II Austria in ten chapters.
This project edits Arthur Schnitzler’s (1862-1931) correspondences with 85 writers and puts them on a website.
The project combines empirical and theoretical research in exploring the emergence and development of the German nominalized infinitive.
Examination of the predominantly Greek borrowed vocabulary in the Midrash Genesis Rabbah, written in Rabbinic Hebrew and Aramaic
The project ECCE is developing an interactive database and a web-app for studying word-final consonant clusters in Middle and Early Modern English.
Explore.AT! is developing and testing innovative methods to explore a corpus of Bavarian dialect samples collected over the course of the 20th century.
Combining text technology and user engagement, this project creates a digital environment for the exploration of the historical newspaper Wien[n]erisches Diarium.
As an active player in the pan-European digital research infrastructure DARIAH, the ACDH acts as a national hub in supporting the aims of the consortium.
The web app developed in this co-operation with Uni Graz visualizes all Western Allied plane crashes in the area of present day Austria during WW II.