Abstracts

  • German in Austria

    The scope and topic of the FWF Special Research Programme (SFB) “German in Austria” encompass the entire spectrum of variation and varieties of German in Austria.

  • Karl Kraus Legal Papers

    This project will create a digital edition of the the legal papers of the Austrian satirist Karl Kraus (1874‒1936) and contextualize them with his oeuvre.

  • RAHiG

    The project investigates the development of relational adjectives in the History of German.

  • DYLEN

    Combining linguistics, DH and computer science the project explores the diachronic dynamics of lexical networks on the basis of large-scale corpora.

  • LIÖ

    The Lexical Information System Austria (LIÖ) is a platform on which interested users can find out more about vocabulary and lexical variation in Austria.

  • DARIAH-EU

    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.

  • Bruckner's Copyists

    The copying of musical works by handwriting was one of the most frequent reproduction techniques until the last century. The main goal of this project is to compile a complete list of Bruckner copyists on the basis of the approximately 700 manuscript sources that have been indexed so far. A list of scribes, characteristic samples for each copyist by means of image excerpts, and links to the digital copies of the respective sources will be made available to the public.

  • Centre or Periphery?

    The project re-investigates ancient Egyptian graves from Turah. Modern methods are applied to the 1910 excavated objects mostly hosted at KHM, Vienna.

  • WIBARAB

    The project investigates the Arabic language and focuses on the differences between sedentary and Bedouin varieties in the Middle East and North Africa.

  • DYSEN

    In this project a tool will be created in order to detect the change of emotional polarization of politicians in Austrian Newspapers.

  • TUNOCENT

    This project provides linguistic data and analysis for the hitherto almost unknown Arabic varieties spoken in northwestern and central Tunisia.

  • Auden Musulin Papers

    Digitally editing W. H. Auden's letters to Stella Musulin, this project offers a fresh perspective on the later life and work of one of the most influential twentieth-century writers through newly available archival material.

  • Jelinek online

    The project makes the content of the publication "Elfriede Jelinek: Work and Reception" as well as newly researched data accessible.

  • Arthur Schnitzler – Kritische Edition (Frühwerk) IV

    This project is dedicated to the creation and (digital) publication of a historical-critical edition of the early literary works of Austrian writer Arthur Schnitzler (1862–1931).

  • CLS INFRA - Computational Literary Studies Infrastructure

    CLS INFRA is a H2020 project, aiming to build an infrastructure with high-quality data, tools and knowledge for the study of literature in the digital age.

  • Die Schaubühne – Siegfried Jacobsohn

    This project includes the annotation, the creation of registers, the link with authority records as well as the technical equipment of the Die Schaubühne, a weekly theatre- and culture magazine.

  • Nomads' Manuscripts Landscape

    Researching Persian & Arabic manuscripts, NoMansLand explores transculturation between nomadic & sedentary societies in medieval Iran & Central Asia.

  • SHAWI

    The focus of the project is on the Arabic minority variety spoken in the Harran-Urfa region of Southeastern Turkey.

  • CBAB

    The shared online database developed by this project helps to collect and compare data on cremation burials during the Late Bronze Age.

  • Karl Kraus – Dritte Walpurgisnacht

    A digital edition of Kraus' extensive analysis of the beginning of National Socialist rule in Germany, 1933.

  • SSHOC

    SSHOC is a cluster project which creates the social sciences and humanities area within the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).

  • Franz Schubert
  • HANSLICK, ADLER, AND THE CREATION OF AN ACADEMIC DISCIPLINE
  • YouBeOn

    YouBeOn is an innovatice, participative research project investigateing religion on social media. Results will be published in a web-app.

  • Johann Joseph Fux
  • DiTAH
  • CLARIN

    The consortium maintains a network of data repositories, service centres and centres of expertise across Europe, focussing on digital language resources.

  • DHA – Digital Humanities Austria

    DHA is a virtual platform that supports the digital paradigm in Austrian humani-ties studies by distributing information and connecting stakeholders.

  • The Austrian Encyclopedia of Music (oeml)

    The Austrian Encyclopedia of Music (oeml) sees itself as a fundamental reference work for the music (history) of Austria in all its manifestations.

  • Mapping Medieval Peoples (MMP)

    Digital Edition: MMP wants to build an innovative technical solution for analyzing and visualizing collected data.

  • Arthur Schnitzler – Journal

    The project Arthur Schnitzler Journal includes a digital edition of the 16,407 entries that writer Arthur Schnitzler noted in his journal.

  • Handke: in Zungen

    This project investigates and digitally catalogues the use of foreign languages in dramatic literature by the Austrian writer Peter Handke (*1942).

  • Athanasius Expositiones in Psalmos

    The Expositiones in Psalmos appeared in the fourth or fifth century and circulated under the name of Athanasius of Alexandria. It is a foundational source for the development of patristic exegesis in the tradition of Origenes and Eusebius of Caesarea.

  • ARIADNEplus

    ARIADNEplus, a continuation of the ARIADNE project, extends the ARIADNE catalogue of archaeological datasets and develops a Linked Data approach to data discovery.

  • VICAV

    This online Corpus of Arabic varieties is a virtual research platform for Arabic dialectology and a testing ground for new text technological methods.

  • ELF in TIGs

    The ELF in TIGs project develops a new methodological and descriptive framework for the study of communication in transient multilingual contexts.

  • Images of Music for Austrian Music History

    Representations of music in the visual arts significantly contribute to a better understanding of music history. This applies both to the depiction of musical instruments and music-making within concrete performative contexts, as well as to issues of symbolic communication within unique cultural and socio-political contexts.

  • VOICE CLARIAH

    This project rebuilds and updates the online interface and backend of the Vienna-Oxford International Corpus of English utilizing and enhancing the CLARIAH-AT infrastructure.

  • GenR Loanwords

    This project annotates the 5th c. bible commentary "Genesis Rabbah", creating a digital dictionary to study Greek loanwords in the Hebrew/Aramaic text.

  • Tarim Brahmi

    This project will TEI-encode all available texts written in the Tarim Brahmi to allow a comprehensive paleographic investigation of the writing system.

  • Arthur Schnitzler – Literary Correspondences

    This project creates a digital edition of Arthur Schnitzler’s (1862-1931) correspondences with 86 writers and makes them accessible via a website.

  • Portfolio/Showroom

    This collaboration project with the Angewandte is creating a data management and presentation system for scientific and artistic content.

  • Choirbooks in Digital Perspective

    The research project is devoted to complex cross-media combinations of music, text(s) and image(s) in sixteenth-century illuminated choirbooks produced for the Wittelsbach court in Munich.

  • HAPA

    Digital Edition and Handbook: A diachronic-linguistic analysis of documented Albanian place names.

  • ELEXIS

    As a cooperation partner in ELEXIS, the ACDH helps foster cooperation and knowledge exchange between different research communities in lexicography.

  • LaBaSi

    LaBaSi is an online cuneiform sign database based on the TEI Guidelines that will elucidate the diachronic development of sign forms.

  • Language Structure and Use in J. N. Nestroy's Plays

    A corpus-based analysis of language use and linguistic variation in Nestroy’s “Possen”, parodies and dramas, which aims at producing an up-to-date reference work, which will open up new perspectives on the diversity in the language of the ingenious Viennese playwright.

  • PAAS

    This project is dedicated to collecting, analysing, and evaluating prosopographical and biographical data in a structured and sustainable manner.

  • WBÖ

    This project is dedicated to the documentation and lexicographic processing of the varied basal and regional dialects of (former) Austria.

  • Johannes Brahms
  • ALGORITHM INVENTARIUM (AI+)

    AI+ addresses the question of how to collaboratively expand society's awareness and resilience around the operation and impact of algorithms, exemplified on the city of Vienna.

  • Training Digital Scholars

    The Training Digital Scholars in Digital Humanities will be supported and the knowledge exchange between V4 countries and Austria will be fostered.

  • Tell el Daba

    The project is dedicated to harmo-nizing, digitizing and archiving data collected over 50 years in the context of excavations at Tell el-Daba, Egypt.

  • Vienna Time Machine

    Linking two data resources relevant to the city of Vienna: the DIGITARIUM will be semantically enriched with information of the Wien Geschichte WIKI.

  • Thomas Bernhard – Wittgensteins Neffe

    The Project Wittgensteins Neffe (Wittgenstein’s Nephew) is dedicated to the realisation of a historical-critical edition of Thomas Bernhard’s novel of the same name.