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The Digital Humanities Laboratory was founded by Professor Frédéric Kaplan in 2012. It develops new computational approaches for rediscovering the past and anticipating the future. 

The DHLAB trains a new generation of digital humanists, developing innovative educational programs as well as didactic technologies.



Most Recent Publications

Experiments in digital publishing: creating a digital compendium

M. Romanello 

Structures of Epic Poetry; Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2019-12-15.

Linked Books: un indice citazionale per la storia di Venezia

G. Colavizza; M. Romanello; D. Grandin; M. C. Mataloni; A. Giuliano 

DigItalia. 2019-06-01. Vol. 14, num. 1, p. 132-146.

The Past, Present and Future of Digital Scholarship with Newspaper Collections

M. Ridge; G. Colavizza; L. Brake; M. Ehrmann; J-P. Moreux et al. 

2019-07-09. DIgital Humanities Conference, Utrecht, July 2019.

Historical newspaper semantic segmentation using visual and textual features

R. Barman 


Beyond Keyword Search: Semantic Indexing and Exploration of Large Collections of Historical Newspapers

M. Ehrmann 

Digital Humanitites in the Nordic Countries, Copenhagen, Denmark, March 2019.

Index-Driven Digitization and Indexation of Historical Archives

G. Colavizza; M. Ehrmann; F. Bortoluzzi 

Frontiers in Digital Humanities. 2019-03-11. Vol. 6, num. 1-16, p. 1-16.

Historical Newspaper User Interfaces: A Review

M. Ehrmann; E. Bunout; M. Düring 

2019-09-02. 85th IFLA General Conference and Assembly, Athens, Greece, 24-30 August 2019. p. 1-24. DOI : 10.5281/zenodo.3404155.

Self-Recognition in Data Visualization: How Individuals See Themselves in Visual Representations

D. Rodighiero; L. Cellard Electronic Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 2019-08-08. DOI : 10.26151/