Rombert Stapel

WP6 clariah
International Institute of Social History / DHLab @ Humanities Cluster (affiliated member)
Social and economic history; Middle Ages; Geohumanities and GIS; HTR; Language processing 
I’m a medieval and early-modern historian interested in long-term spatial patterns in global socioeconomic developments (such as urbanisation, transformations of rural land use, and labour relations) and their interplay with environmental conditions. The application of digital humanities methods is dominant in my research, more recently GIS, HTR, and language processing in particular, although I have published on stylometry in the past as well.