Upcoming

  • Eleanor L. T. Smith, Lianne Wilhelmus, Alie Lassche, Erika Kuijpers, Roser Morante, ‘Identifying Copied Fragments in an 18th Century Dutch Chronicle’ paper submitted at The 2022 International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, Marseille
  • Theo Dekker, “The Chronicle as a Compass for an Uncertain Future. Searching for Patterns in Early Modern Dutch Chronicles”, research paper, The European Association for Urban History, 31 Aug – 3 Sept 2022, Antwerp.
  • Theo Dekker & Erika Kuijpers, “Chronicling Novelty: A Project on the Bloggers of the Early Modern Period. A Research Update”, CODEX Historiae (Amsterdam, 2022).

Past

  • Theo Dekker, “Epidemics in the early modern period. The changing representations of epidemics by ordinary people in Dutch chronicles”, research paper, Dealing with Disasters (Ravenstein/online). 17 June 2021.
  • Alie Lassche and Roser Morante, “The Mediascape of Dutch Chroniclers (1500-1850). Labeling Media Mentions in Early Modern Chronicles Using CRF”, research paper, DHBenelux 2021 (online).
  • Carolina Lenarduzzi et al., “Chronicling the New in the Early Modern Low Countries, 1500–1800”, panel, RSA 2021 (online).
    • Judith Pollmann, “Chroniclers and the Selection of Useful Knowledge”.
    • Erika Kuijpers, “Digitizing Early Modern Chronicles through Crowdsourcing and Automatic Handwritten Text Recognition”.
    • Alie Lassche, “Using Digital Tools to Analyze the Mediascape of Netherlandish Chroniclers”.
    • Theo Dekker, “The Production and Reception of Popular Medical Knowledge in Early Modern Chronicles”.
  • Theo Dekker, Epidemieën in Nederlandstalige kronieken (1500-1850). 5 February 2021.
  • Roser Morante, Antske Fokkens & Piek Vossen, “Transparant NLP for the Digital Humanities: Processing Historical Texts”, National eScience Symposium (Johan Cruijff ArenA, Amsterdam).
  • Roser Morante, “Chronicling Novelty: New knowledge in the Netherlands, 1500-1850”. ATILA symposium 2019 (Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library, Antwerp).

Grants

  • “Horizons of interest: the geographical scope of knowledge in early modern chronicles (1500-1850)” Netwerk Institute Academy Assistants 2021/2022, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
  • “The Cycle of News in Chronicles from Eighteenth Century Holland: A Stylometric Approach”, Netwerk Institute Academy Assistants 2020/2021, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
  • “Annotating Attributions in Chronicles from Eighteenth Century Holland”, CLUE+ / Vrije Universiteit, 2021
  • “A digital Future for Old News” Video co-funded by CLUE+ / Vrije Universiteit, 2020
  • “Tracking the reception of new knowledge in Low Countries’ chronicles, 1500-1850”, Humanities Research Traineeship Programme 2020, Leiden University.