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Data and Service Center for the Humanities

The DaSCH is a data and service centre for research data in the humanities, which the Swiss Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences has been operating since 2017 as a national institution in cooperation with the University of Basel. The central coordination office is located at the Digital Humanities Lab of the University of Basel under the direction of Prof. Dr. Lukas Rosenthaler. For the first…

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Gottfried Semper: Der Stil. Kritische und kommentierte Ausgabe

Gottfried Semper’s two volume «Style in the Technical and Tectonic Arts, or Practical Aesthetics» (1860/63) is presented for the first time in a critical digital edition. All its different stages are made available as digital facsimiles and transcriptions: manuscripts, fair copies, proofs, prints and their variants, drawings for illustrations, woodcut proofs.

The critical digital edition will…

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Heinrich Wölfflin - Gesammelte Werke

The art historian Heinrich Wölfflin (1864-1945) is one of the most influential international authors in the field to this day. On the occasion of the centenary of the principles (Grundbegtriffe) of art history, Heinrich Wölfflin's collected works are published under the direction of Prof. Dr. Tristan Weddigen and Prof. Dr. Oskar Bätschmann. The fourteen-volume edition will be published by Schwabe…

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Parzival-Projekt. Eine neue textkritische Ausgabe des 'Parzival'-Romans Wolframs von Eschenbach in digitaler und gedruckter Form

The Arthurian novel 'Parzival' by Wolfram von Eschenbach is one of the most important poems of courtly literature around 1200. 1833's basic edition by Karl Lachmann, at the time an editorial masterpiece, can no longer meet current text-critical requirements, as it only takes into account a fraction of the sources known today and does not sufficiently document the variance of the medieval text. In…

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Verzeichnis der Theateraktivität des Hôtel de Musi..

The database documents the Hôtel de Musique's lively theatrical activity from 1766 to 1905, with a repertoire that includes theatre, opera, ballet, concerts and extraordinary events. The inventory provides a lively and colourful picture of Bernese theatre culture in the 19th century.

The project was developed in 2008 as part of a lecture on Bernese theatre history in the Seminar of Swiss Opera…

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