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.
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.
The project investigates the development of relational adjectives in the History of German.
Combining linguistics, DH and computer science the project explores the diachronic dynamics of lexical networks on the basis of large-scale corpora.
The Lexical Information System Austria (LIÖ) is a platform on which interested users can find out more about vocabulary and lexical variation in Austria.
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 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.
The project re-investigates ancient Egyptian graves from Turah. Modern methods are applied to the 1910 excavated objects mostly hosted at KHM, Vienna.
The project investigates the Arabic language and focuses on the differences between sedentary and Bedouin varieties in the Middle East and North Africa.
In this project a tool will be created in order to detect the change of emotional polarization of politicians in Austrian Newspapers.
This project provides linguistic data and analysis for the hitherto almost unknown Arabic varieties spoken in northwestern and central Tunisia.
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.
The project makes the content of the publication "Elfriede Jelinek: Work and Reception" as well as newly researched data accessible.
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 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.
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.
Researching Persian & Arabic manuscripts, NoMansLand explores transculturation between nomadic & sedentary societies in medieval Iran & Central Asia.
The focus of the project is on the Arabic minority variety spoken in the Harran-Urfa region of Southeastern Turkey.
The shared online database developed by this project helps to collect and compare data on cremation burials during the Late Bronze Age.
A digital edition of Kraus' extensive analysis of the beginning of National Socialist rule in Germany, 1933.
SSHOC is a cluster project which creates the social sciences and humanities area within the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).
YouBeOn is an innovatice, participative research project investigateing religion on social media. Results will be published in a web-app.
The consortium maintains a network of data repositories, service centres and centres of expertise across Europe, focussing on digital language resources.
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) sees itself as a fundamental reference work for the music (history) of Austria in all its manifestations.
Digital Edition: MMP wants to build an innovative technical solution for analyzing and visualizing collected data.
The project Arthur Schnitzler Journal includes a digital edition of the 16,407 entries that writer Arthur Schnitzler noted in his journal.
This project investigates and digitally catalogues the use of foreign languages in dramatic literature by the Austrian writer Peter Handke (*1942).
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, a continuation of the ARIADNE project, extends the ARIADNE catalogue of archaeological datasets and develops a Linked Data approach to data discovery.
This online Corpus of Arabic varieties is a virtual research platform for Arabic dialectology and a testing ground for new text technological methods.
The ELF in TIGs project develops a new methodological and descriptive framework for the study of communication in transient multilingual contexts.
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.
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.
This project annotates the 5th c. bible commentary "Genesis Rabbah", creating a digital dictionary to study Greek loanwords in the Hebrew/Aramaic text.
This project will TEI-encode all available texts written in the Tarim Brahmi to allow a comprehensive paleographic investigation of the writing system.
This project creates a digital edition of Arthur Schnitzler’s (1862-1931) correspondences with 86 writers and makes them accessible via a website.
This collaboration project with the Angewandte is creating a data management and presentation system for scientific and artistic content.
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.
Digital Edition and Handbook: A diachronic-linguistic analysis of documented Albanian place names.
As a cooperation partner in ELEXIS, the ACDH helps foster cooperation and knowledge exchange between different research communities in lexicography.
LaBaSi is an online cuneiform sign database based on the TEI Guidelines that will elucidate the diachronic development of sign forms.
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.
This project is dedicated to collecting, analysing, and evaluating prosopographical and biographical data in a structured and sustainable manner.
This project is dedicated to the documentation and lexicographic processing of the varied basal and regional dialects of (former) Austria.
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.
The Training Digital Scholars in Digital Humanities will be supported and the knowledge exchange between V4 countries and Austria will be fostered.
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.
Linking two data resources relevant to the city of Vienna: the DIGITARIUM will be semantically enriched with information of the Wien Geschichte WIKI.
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.