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Ulrike Czeitschner

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(+43 1) 51581 – 2205

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ulrike.czeitschner(at)oeaw.ac.at

... received her Master’s degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology from the University of Vienna. She has been working at the Academy since 2001 and has over 20 years of experience with XML-based technologies and digital encoding techniques, especially the TEI. After specializing in structural and semantic annotations of various genres, she initiated the project travel!digital (Czeitschner, U., & Krautgartner, B. (2018). travel!digital Collection (Version 1) [Data set]. https://hdl.handle.net/21.11115/0000-000C-29F3-4), which was dedicated to first editions of German travel guides on non-European countries published by Baedeker Verlag between 1875 and 1914. Key areas included linguistic and in particular semantic encoding, domain-specific knowledge organization and content contextualization through Linked Open Data.

At the ACDH-CH, Ulrike Czeitschner is part of the research unit DH Research&Infrastructure. For some time now, she has been involved in metadata curation for the long-term preservation and dissemination of digital research data and resources in the ACDH-CH repository ARCHE.


Publications

  • Czeitschner, Ulrike, and Barbara Krautgartner, eds. 2017. Karl Baedeker: Palaestina und Syrien. Leipzig, 1875. Digitale Ausgabe. travel!digital Corpus. 2017.
  • Czeitschner, Ulrike, and Barbara Krautgartner, eds. 2017. Karl Baedeker: Nordamerika. Leipzig, 1893. Digitale Ausgabe. travel!digital Corpus. 2017.
  • Czeitschner, Ulrike, and Barbara Krautgartner, eds. 2017. Karl Baedeker: Konstantinopel und Kleinasien. Leipzig, 1905. Digitale Ausgabe. travel!digital Corpus. 2017.
  • Czeitschner, Ulrike, and Barbara Krautgartner, eds. 2017. Karl Baedeker: Das Mittelmeer. Leipzig, 1909. Digitale Ausgabe. travel!digital Corpus. 2017.
  • Czeitschner, Ulrike, and Barbara Krautgartner, eds. 2017. Karl Baedeker: Indien. Leipzig, 1914. Digitale Ausgabe. travel!digital Corpus. 2017.
  • Resch, Claudia, and Ulrike Czeitschner. 2017. Morphosyntaktische Annotation historischer deutscher Texte: Das Austrian Baroque Corpus. In Digitale Methoden der Korpusforschung in Österreich (= Veröffentlichungen zur Linguistik und Kommunikationsforschung Nr. 30), eds. C. Resch and Dressler, W. U., 39-62. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.