A particularly good surprise for me was the comparatively small amount of contributions dealing solely with constituting a corpus, and the greater amount of contributions addressing methodological questions and presenting analysis results. Again, I am not gifted with ubiquity, and this impression might result from me picking the “right” sessions for that. Continue reading “Through digital reality – part two”
This is the poster Carolin Hahn presents at the #dhd2015 conference, carrying the title “Auch ich in Rom! Die literarische Inszenierung sozialer Kontakte und Wissenstransfers
in deutschsprachigen Reiseberichten Anfang des 19. Jahrhunderts”
I have several reasons to look forward to the event. One of them is the conference live-tweeting. On the scale of several parallel sections and a whole week, it takes such proportions that you cannot dedicate just one person to it, and the archiving doesn’t get done by itself either. I have joined forces with Frederike Neuber and Lisa Bolz to try and archive the tweet reports and discussions as well as possible, especially because discussions are usually extremely rich in DH contexts and you might want to get back to one of them at some later point.