|Eep Talstra Centre for Bible and Computer (ETCBC), Faculty of Religion and Theology, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam|
|Text analytics for Ancient texts and languages; Semitic Languages; Religious texts.|
|I have a background in Theology and Semitic Languages and have been involved in various DH project on Hebrew and Syriac texts. I am currently director of the Eep Talstra Centre for Bible and Computer (ETCBC) at VU Amsterdam. Our projects include the CLARIN-NL project SHEBANQ (System for HEBrew Text: ANnotations for Queries and Markup) (2013–2014)  andthe CLARIAH Research Pilot LinkSyr: Linking Syriac Data (2017–2018) |
|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.
|Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands|
|(socio-economic) history; structured data; data publishing|
I have a background in Economics and History. I work as a Senior Research Data Manager at the Huygens Institute, where I am involved in the migration of the institute’s ‘Resources’ (digital collection of source publications and data sets) to a semantic web environment and in various research projects.
In the CLARIAH-PLUS-programme I am involved in a use case in the text work package (WP6) around the history of and source documents related to Dutch East India Company.
My tasks include:
|Netherlands eScience Center (NLeSC); Utrecht University|
|computer-assisted history; text mining|
|Joris van Eijnatten (PhD 1993) is a cultural historian and general director of the Netherlands eScience Center. Between 2007 and 2019 he worked as full professor of cultural history at VU University Amsterdam and subsequently Utrecht University. He has published numerouw books and articles on the history of ideas, religion and media, on subjects including toleration, sermons, communication and the poet Willem Bilderdijk. He now specialises in digital (computer-assisted) history, with a particular interest in tracing changing concepts over time. He is a founding editor of the open-access journalInternational Journal for History, Culture and Modernity.|
|Radboud University, Meertens Institute|
|Historicalk linguistics, corpus linguistics|
Nicoline van der Sijs is a historical linguist, working as senior researcher at the Meertens Institute and professor historical linguistics of Dutch in the digital world at Radboud University. She bases her research on diachronic corpora. She has applied for and led various DH projects, such as Nederlab, the linguistic case of ATM, Spread the new(s) and MenttalLex. She has ample experiience with crowdsourcing projects, resulting in, a.o., the websites Gekaaptebrieven.nl, Vragenlijstenbank, etymologiebank.nl