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Lecture “ONAMA – Annotating Medieval Narratives using Linked Open Data” at the Institute of Historical Sciences / Digital History in Berlin
We were invited to present our project results within the “Data for History” – lecture series at the Institute of Historical Sciences / Digital History at the Humboldt University in Berlin on 24 November 2021. The focus was on the concep...
Part 1 of the conference TRANSMEDIAL – DIGITAL?
The experiences gained within the project ONAMA-Ontology of Narratives of the Middle Ages were one of several reasons for initiating a conference at IMAREAL on the topic TRANSMEDIAL – DIGITAL? Potentials of New Approaches in Research on Image & Text ...
Article and editorial in the eighth issue of MEMO, conceptualised by the ONAMA team.
The eighth issue of the journal MEMO (Medieval and Early Modern Material Culture Online), conceived by the ONAMA team, has been published with the title MEMO 8: Erzählende Dinge. Funktionen der Objekte in Narrativen in Mittelalter und Frühneuzeit. For this e...
ONAMA at the European Researchers’ Night – “Dragons in the Middle Ages and today”
At the European Researchers’ Night on 27 November 2020, we presented our project to a predominantly young audience and explored literary and pictorial representations of dragons, based on our ontology and corpus.
Project presentation at the dha go!es digital day 2020
At the virtual dha go!es digital day of the Austrian Academy of Sciences on 25 September 2020, ONAMA was also part of the event with an insight into the current project status. The slides of the presentation are available here.
Lecture “Narratives of the Walking Dead. Encountering Revenants in the Middle Ages and in ONAMA” at the IMC Leeds
ONAMA was also present at the International Medieval Congress in Leeds (01-05 July 2019), which this year’s thematic focus was on “Materialities”. In the section “Dead Matter: Death Matter – Written Remains” Manuel Schwembac...
Project Presentation of ONAMA at the DH2019 in Utrecht
On 9 July 2019 Peter Hinkelmanns presented ONAMA at the workshop eLexicography between Digital Humanities and Artificial Intelligence: Complexities in Data, Technologies, Communities at the DH2019. Abstract|Poster|Slides
Project presentation of ONAMA at the LiSeH 2019 in Graz
ONAMA was presented at the Spring School LiSeH 2019 – Linked Data and the Semantic Web for Humanities Research (23rd – 26th of April 2019).
Lecture “Narrative scopes. Cross-media research of narratives in the Middle Ages with ONAMA” at the DHd2020 in Paderborn
Peter Hinkelmanns, Miriam Landkammer, Isabella Nicka and Manuel Schwembacher presented the project with their lecture “Narrative scopes. Cross-media research of narratives in the Middle Ages with ONAMA” at the DHd 2020 – “Spielräume. D...
Lecture “Of heroines, dragons and graphs. Narratives of the Middle Ages in the ‘Semantic Web'”
Within the context of the lecture series “The Middle Ages in Science and Culture: Old Era – New Narratives” of the IZMF, Peter Hinkelmanns, Miriam Landkammer, Isabella Nicka and Manuel Schwembacher presented ONAMA at the University of Salzbur...
Lecture “ONAMA. A Linked-Open-Data-Project to investigate medieval narratives in images and texts” in Trier
Manuel Schwembacher and Peter Hinkelmanns presented ONAMA on 7th November 2019 at the invitation of the Chair for Digital Humanities and the Trier Center for Digital Humanities as part of the event series “Practice of Digital Humanities”. Title of ...