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Ergebnisanzeige "Computer-based analysis of drama and its uses for literary criticism and historiography (BAdW Munich)"
RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelComputer-based analysis of drama and its uses for literary criticism and historiography (BAdW Munich)
BeschreibungWorkshop: Computer-based analysis of drama and its uses for
literary criticism and historiography, 12-13 March 2015,
Munich, Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities


Over the last years, some developments paved the way for the computer-based analysis of dramatic texts. On the one hand, more and more texts are available electronically as, for example, in the collection Théâtre classique (http://www.theatre-classique.fr) for French drama, the complete works of Shakespeare (e.g. http://www.folgerdigitaltexts.org) and a collection of German dramas and libretti (http://www.textgrid.de/). On the other hand, we can now see the emergence of new methods and tools that allow us to gain and compute information like, for example, word frequency, speech length, configuration structures or topics automatically, also from large amounts of texts. The workshop aims at evaluating the possibilities of computer-based drama analysis for theses domains. What can be the use of the mostly quantitative results for questions such as quality, style, popularity, canonicity, genre, periods of literary history, and individual authorial periods of production? What kind of new questions, which new micro- or macronarratives are arising from these approaches? Where are the differences to prior non-computational approaches to quantitative aspects of drama (see e.g. the works of F.v.Cube/W. Reichert, Solomon Marcus, Manfred Pfister)?


Workshop Schedule

Thursday, March 12

11.00 Katrin Dennerlein: Opening
11.30 Martin Mueller (Northwestern University): Shakespeare His Contemporaries: A corpus-wide approach
12.15 Gerhard Heyer (Uni Leipzig) / Thomas Efer (Universität Leipzig): Information Theory and Structural Analysis: A Toolbox for Drama Mining
13.00 Lunch
14.30 Manuel Burghardt / Thomas Wilhelm (Uni Regensburg): Interaktive Analyse und Visualisierung von Shakespeare‑Dramen
15.15 Katrin Dennerlein (Uni Würzburg): Configuration density as a measurement for differences between comedies and tragedies
16.00 Coffee
16.30 Marcus Willand / Peggy Bockwinkel (Uni Stuttgart): Die dramatische Figur im Dramentitel und ihre Funktion für die dramatische Handlung. Eine konsistente Relation?
17.15 Peer Trilcke / Frank Fischer (Uni Göttingen) / Dario Kampkaspar (Herzog-August-Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel): Digitale Netzwerkanalyse dramatischer Texte
18.00 Alexander Weber (Uni Erlangen): Die visuelle und typographische Gestalt frühneuzeitlicher Dramen

Friday, March 13
9.30 Jonathan Reeve (Modern Language Association, New York): »Imperial Voices«: Gender and Social Class among Shakespeare’s Characters, a Stylometric Approach
10.15 Christof Schoech (Uni Würzburg): Topic Modeling Literary Genre
11.00 Coffee
11.30 Fotis Jannidis (Uni Würzburg): Topics in plays und novels of the long 19th century
12.15 Discussion


Conferences Languages are German and English.
Participation is free.
Please register till February 28 (katrin.dennerlein@uni-wuerzburg.de)
Quelle der BeschreibungInformation des Anbieters
Internetadressehttp://h-net.msu.edu/cgi-bin/logbrowse.pl?trx=vx&list=H-Germanistik&mo...
VeranstaltungsortMünchen
Anmeldeschluss28.02.2015
Beginn12.03.2015
Ende13.03.2015
PersonName: Dr. Katrin Dennerlein 
Funktion: wiss. Mitarbeiterin 
KontaktdatenName/Institution: Lehrstuhl für Computerphilologie und Neuere deutsche Literaturgeschichte 
Strasse/Postfach: Am Hubland 
Postleitzahl: 97074 
Stadt: Würzburg 
E-Mail: katrin.dennerlein@uni-wuerzburg.de 
Internetadresse: http://www.germanistik.uni-wuerzburg.de/lehrstuehle/computerphilologie/mitarbeiter/dennerlein/ 
LandDeutschland
BenutzerführungEnglisch
SchlüsselbegriffeComputerphilologie; Dramentheorie; Literaturtheorie: Themen
Zusätzliches SuchwortLiteraturgeschichte; Digital Humanities
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