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today Available Date: 02 Jul 2020
info The project examines the explanatory power of concepts of social and geographical network analysis for phenomena of political conflict in medieval societies. MEDCON uses the network-like structuring through modern software not only as an instrument for the organization of data, but also as a tool for the reconstruction and analysis of past social ties, which are also relevant for discussions about the (in) stability of political structures in the present. This also demonstrates the additional use of digital tools beyond data collection for the development of new research questions.
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today Available Date: 29 Jun 2020
info Assumptions are often made about the levels and directions of cultural connectivity across regions in western Anatolia and the eastern Aegean in the Early Bronze Age (henceforth ‘EBA’). However, a lack of primary fieldwork data still inhibits clear conclusions and an understanding of the subtleties and variations in such patterns. In particular, primary data is still lacking from the critical coastal ‘touch-point’ of these two regions where material evidence is usually obscured by significant geomorphological change. The purpose of the present article is to look at this complex issue of variations in regional connectivity in the EBA through a case study of unpublished primary fieldwork material from the Madra River Delta (MRD), a coastal region of northwest Anatolia (Fig. 1). Material from the excavation and surface survey of two EBA ‘tell’ sites in the MRD, carried out as part of the interdisciplinary research project, gives a rare opportunity to explore connectivity on this coastal ‘touch-point’ of the two regions, through elements of its EBA material culture ranging from ceramic and textile production to figurines. The article highlights not only the complex, and unexpected, nature of the inter-regional cultural pathways visible in the MRD itself, but also the implications – and further questions – which this raises for the cultural connections with the neighbouring region of the northeast Aegean. The article comprises two sections. In Part A (by Lambrianides and Spencer) a brief introduction to the fieldwork carried out in the MRD is provided to give context to the subsequent analysis of the material remains. Part B of the article (written by Röcklinger and Horejs) then moves on to consider in detail the patterns from the region’s material culture and the issue of ‘connectivity’ in the third millennium.
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today Available Date: 03 Mar 2020
info The Digital Ilse Aichinger List of Literature (`dial`) aims at bibliographically listing as many published texts as possible by Ilse Aichinger (1921–2016). A complete bibliography has not yet been provided. Holdings of various archives and catalogs were searched (see section `Research sources` in readme_english.md), above all from the Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach (`DLA`), who also funded the project within the framework of the Forschungsverbund MWW with a fellowship. The `dial` thus comprises 1932 entries at the moment, 665 of which are to be understood as original publications and thus as work entities (as of February 2020).
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today Available Date: 25 Nov 2019
info The ODEEG project has been funded by the go!digital programme 2016, Austria, and is connected to the wider CVA (Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum) project. Initially, the objectives of ODEEG were to: (1) Digitally document vases in 3D; (2) Ensure long-term digital preservation of the documentation; (3) Make a variety of data available for researchers via a dedicated online database, referencing to the Beazley Archive (University of Oxford), with a special focus on 3D models and vessels' capacities.
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today Available Date: 18 Oct 2019
info Datenbank mit über 30.000 bibliographischen Einträgen, die nach folgenden Kriterien gesammelt wurden: * Japanbezug * deutschsprachig * veröffentlicht zwischen 1980 und 2000 Berücksichtigt wurden sowohl selbständige Publikationen (Monographien, Sammelwerke, akademische Schriften und Ausstellungskataloge sowie Serien und Periodika) als auch unselbständig erschienene Aufsätze in Zeitschriften und Sammelwerken, in der Regel aber keine Zeitungsartikel. * Thematischer Bezug: Die Bibliographie hat zuallererst den Anspruch, Texte, die sich wissenschaftlich mit Japan auseinandersetzen, darzustellen. Der Fokus liegt daher auf Werken mit humanwissenschaftlicher Relevanz im weitesten Sinne, etwa kultur-, gesellschafts- und wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Untersuchungen. Es wurden aber auch Übersetzungen japanischer Literatur, literarische Werke mit Japanbezug sowie populärwissenschaftliche Bücher, Ratgeber, Reiseführer und Ähnliches erfasst. Rein naturwissenschaftlich-technische Themen wurden hingegen nicht systematisch aufgenommen. * Sprache: Die meisten erfassten Publikationen sind auf Deutsch verfasst, es wurden aber auch nicht-deutschsprachige Beiträge in die Sammlung einbezogen, wenn sie im deutschen Sprachraum entstanden sind. * Zeitraum: Publikationen aus den Jahren 1980 bis 1999 wurden systematisch gesucht und aufgenommen. Für die frühen 2000er Jahre gibt es einige Einträge jedoch wurde dieser Zeitraum nur noch kursorisch erfasst. Zur Zeit besteht nicht die Absicht, die Bibliographie weiter zu führen. Ein Thesaurus, der aus über 500 hierarchisch strukturierten Schlagworten besteht. Die Verschlagwortung wurde dabei extensiv durchgeführt, das heißt, eine Publikation wurde zumeist nicht nur einem, sondern mehreren relevanten Themen zugeordnet.
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today Available Date: 16 Jul 2019
info The congresses of Aachen (1818), Troppau (1820), Laibach (1821) and Verona (1822), whose records are available now in a digital edition, are the result of a new conception of foreign policy after the Napoleonic war. Temporarily, interstate rivalry and power politics have been replaced by intergovernmental cooperation, which has hitherto not been practiced to this extent. The political and territorial reorganization of Europe negotiated at the Congress of Vienna (1814/15) was the result of this cooperation. On the level of international law, this cooperation was secured by a complex system of alliances and acquired a certain degree of institutionalization as the so-called European Concert of Powers. In Aachen, Troppau, Ljubljana and Verona, the representatives of the powers met to discuss open questions of European interest, avert or resolve international crises and guarantee peace and tranquillity in Europe. The protocols and other documents edited here show the official reading of the negotiations. As such, they provide an insight into the intellectual foundation and practical functioning of the European Conference of Powers.
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today Available Date: 14 Dec 2018
info Diese Datensammlung ist nur für den internen Gebrauch bzw. zur Archivierung bestimmt. Eine Veröffentlichung bzw. eine Entnahme von Daten ist mit dem Lizenzgeber bzw. dem Inhaber der Urheberrechte zu vereinbaren.
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today Available Date: 03 Sep 2018
info A digital collection of early German travel guides on non-European countries which were released by the Baedeker publishing house between 1875 and 1914. The collection consists of the travel!digital Corpus (XML/TEI transcriptions of first editions (5 volumes) including structural, semantic and linguistic annotations), the travel!digital Facsimiles (scans and photographs of the historical prints), the travel!digital Auxiliary Files (a TEI schema of the annotations applied in the corpus, and a list of term labels for indexing names of persons annotated in the corpus), and the travel!digital Thesaurus (a SKOS vocabulary covering designations of groups and selected sights annotated in the corpus). The collection was created within the GO!DIGITAL 1.0 project "travel!digital. Exploring People and Monuments in Baedeker Guidebooks (1875-1914)", Project-Nr.: ÖAW0204. Image creation was done in 2004 at the Austrian Academy of Sciences (AAC-Austrian Academy Corpus).
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today Available Date: 29 Nov 2017
info 3D Scans of selected Squeezes from the Glaser Collection at the archive of the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
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today Available Date: 16 Oct 2017
info A collection of XML/TEI transcriptions of inventories
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