ACDH-CH – AUSTRIAN CENTRE FOR DIGITAL HUMANITIES AND CULTURAL HERITAGE
This page provides a list of past and completed projects conducted at or in collaboration with the ACDH-CH.
This project explores Austrian dialect maps from 1924 to 1956 and the way they reflect the politics and ideologies connected to linguistic research.
This project was dedicated to the creation of a digital corpus of selected texts from the Austrian baroque period, made available online.
This international cooperation project (France/Austria) investigating human language behaviour in the processing of (mor)phonotactics.
This project explores baroque attitudes to death and dying, analysing prints published by the Viennese mortuary society 'Confraternity for the Dead'.
This project was dedicated to developing open-source, multilingual teaching materials for the digital arts and humanities.
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.
The DHCR Sustain project will focus on the aspect of usability. We will improve the sustainability of the DH Course Registry, which is a platform showcasing DH courses, through usability enhancements.
This joint project with OREA set out to create an app for curating and retrieving archaeological datasets related to early farming cultures.
The project ECCE is developing an interactive database and a web-app for studying word-final consonant clusters in Middle and Early Modern English.
This multi-project research programme is dedicated to conducting research into the variation and change of the German language in Austria with digital means.
This project reconstructs the scholarly corresponence of 18th c. numismatist Joseph Eckhel within a virtual research environment.
The network project KONDE is dedicated to developing a best practice research infrastructure for the creation and publication of digital editions.
This corpus-based study investigates how mode of composition (by hand/ computer) influences orthographic performance in German Matura exams.
The project combines empirical and theoretical research in exploring the emergence and development of the German nominalized infinitive.
As a cooperation partner, the ACDH contributes to this European consortium's goal to pool activities and resources for heritage e-research.
The project collects data on private book ownership in the catholically dominated rural areas of the Central Alps, particularly in 18th century Tyrol.
The project "Syntax of Hessian Dialects" is concerned with the analysis of syntactic structures of dialects in the German state of Hesse.
This project is developing a digital edition and web-app of 19th c. Austrian politician and author Leo von Thun-Hohenstein's correspondences.
The travel!digital Corpus takes you on an virtual tour through a unique collection of early Baedeker travel guides.
The project investigated a contemporary variety of Arabic based on the combined analyses of corpus and lexicographic data.
This online multimedia exhibition presents, contextualizes and analyzes the visual media landscape in post-World War II Austria in ten chapters.