Keep up with HumaReC research ! 

  • Written by Sara Schulthess
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Article in Journal for Data Mining and Digital Humanities

An article from our team is now published in the special issue of Intertextuality in Ancient Languages of the Journal for Data Mining and Digital Humanities. This article covers the development of the digital edition Tarsian, which was achieved during the previous project (FNS 143810). 

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Collaboration with Transkribus

One of the aims of HumaReC will be to use the Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR) technology developed by the Research Infrastructure Transkribus, which is funded by the H2020 Project READ - Recognition and Enrichment of Archivial Documents. We are glad to collaborate with the Transkribus team!

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  • Written by Claire Clivaz
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HumaReC mentioned by the H2020 project READ (Transkribus)

On the 7th of April, the H2020 project READ has published a news report presenting our project and our collaboration with Transkribus. We are very proud of this development: «A new model for Humanities research - collaboration with HumaReC».

It also makes mention of a French blog post written by Claire Clivaz in the Swiss newspaper Le Temps, where she is discussing about what the future jobs for post-doc in DH could be, underlying the Transkribus potential : «Et si les sciences humaines créaient de nouveaux métiers? Vers les 'DH curators'?» (Le Temps, 18 février 2017).


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Launching HumaReC: the Project

Welcome to the research platform of the DH project HumaReC !

The research question of HumaReC is to investigate, using the edition of a unique trilingual Greek, Latin and Arabic New Testament manuscript as test-case, how Humanities research is reshaped and transformed by the digital rhythmus of data production and publication.

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