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Historical Content Analysis

The following two contributions have been accepted at AIUCD2017, the 6th conference of Associazione per l’Informatica Umanistica e le Culture Digitali (AIUCD).

Sara Tonelli è stata invitata a partecipare alla Giornata di Studio in memoria di Andrea Paoloni su "Tecnologie vocali e del linguaggio naturale per i beni culturali" organizzata da ForumTAL, dall'Associazione Italiana di Scienze della Voce e dal Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici della Università di Roma TRE. Il titolo del suo intervento sarà "Riflessioni sulle Digital Humanities in Italia".

The abstract "Annotation of Content Types in Historical Texts and Contemporary News" by Rachele Sprugnoli, Tommaso Caselli and Sara Tonelli has been accepted at CLIN27.

The project paper "Fifty Years of European History through the Lens of Computational Linguistics: the De Gasperi Project" by Rachele Sprugnoli, Sara Tonelli, Giovanni Moretti, and Stefano Menini has been accepted for publication in the Special Issue on "Digital Humanities and Computational Linguistics" of the Italian Journal of Computational Linguistics (IJCoL).

The video of the presentation "Computational linguistics + data visualization: Towards the interactive exploration of newspaper data" by Rachele Sprugnoli is now online on YouTube.

Presentation was given in the context of the CLARIN-PLUS workshop: "Working with Digital Collections of Newspapers", held in Leuven, 19-21 September 2016.

 

Speaker: Rachele Sprugnoli
Title: "How to support Humanities studies combining computational linguistics and visualizations: the case of the ALCIDE platform".

Sara Tonelli has been invited to give a talk at the workshop on "Initiativen und Innovationen in den Digital Humanities" that will take place 24 and 25 November in Meran.

Sara Tonelli has been invited to participate to the CLARIN Annual Conference 2016, the main annual event for those working on the construction and operation of CLARIN across Europe.

Stefano Menini has started a research visit at the Data and Web Science Group of University of Mannheim, and he will spend there three months working with Simone Ponzetto's group. See you after Christmas!

Our paper "ALCIDE: Extracting and visualising content from large document collections to support Humanities studies" written by Giovanni Moretti, Rachele Sprugnoli, Stefano Menini and Sara Tonelli has been accepted for publication on Knowledge-Based Systems journal (IF 3.325) and will soon be published.

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