Documentary: “Hildegard of Bingen: Authorship and Stylometry” [HD] from Mike Kestemont

A must see video documentary about computional authorship recognition on the hand of the 12th c. prophetess Hildegard of Bingen, with Mike Kestemont, Jeroen Deploige, and Sara Moens. Very fascinating example of how DH can change our view on medieval authors! Advertisements

The magic of Lost and Found in Oude Kerk Amsterdam

On Friday 5th of July I had the pleasure to give a presentation on apocalyptic thinking and the afterlife in the 14th century during the XL edition of Lost & Found at the Oude Kerk, Amsterdam. Lost & Found is a series of events organized by an amazing team of volunteers featuring diverse short presentations … Continue reading

Upcoming: DigHum13 Summer School 2013

I just submitted my first ever poster abstract for the DH Summer School that will take place in Leuven (Belgium) from 18 to 20 September 2013! Pretty exciting, I must say. I am really curious how the jury will like my idea about a modular digital edition of the Vierde Partie of the High German … Continue reading

DHOXSS 2013 Digital Humanities in a nutshell

During the last evening of this year’s Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School, when the last survivors had gathered on the compounds of at a lovely pub somewhere in the middle of nowhere in the fields of Oxford, someone completely not involved in the Summer School, but a researcher in the field of let me … Continue reading


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