The FIP consists of nearly 4 billion words automatically collected from the Web. It has full morphological and dependency syntax analyses. On the word-level, this includes the part-of-speech classes of the words and their morphological features (such as noun, singular and genitive), and on the sentence-level, the sentence structure and the syntactic functions of the […]
The New Lexicon Poeticum (lexiconpoeticum.org) is a project to produce a new lexicographic resource covering Old Norse poetry (initially the category known as skaldic poetry). It is based on the corpus produced by the Skaldic Project (supported project no. 60 of the Union Académique Internationale, with funding provided by UK Arts & Humanities Research Council, […]
DIGI – NATIONAL LIBRARY’S DIGITAL COLLECTIONS The National Library has digitised newspapers published in Finland from 1771 to 1920. They are available online. Some newspapers published after 1920 have also been digitised and are available in legal deposit libraries
The long-term crowdsourcing campaign for transcription of the manuscripts of the Archives of Latvian Folklore was launched in the June 2016. The campaign is organized by the Archives of Latvian Folklore in cooperation with the Latvian National Radio, Ministry of Culture of Republic of Latvia, and the Latvia’s Centenary Bureau. The title of it is […]
Garamantas.lv aims to provide open access to the collections of the Archives of Latvian Folklore (http://en.lfk.lv), namely – manuscripts, images, audio and video recordings. The project provides multilingual interface and various virtual participatory activities, such as transcription and translation of manuscripts and audio recordings, descriptive annotations of images, social tagging and commenting. The digital archives […]
The Icelandic Web Archive (Íslenska vefsafnið) contains all web sites hosted on the Icelandic domain .is and many web sites hosted elsewhere that are in Icelandic or refer directly to matters of interest to Iceland. Access to the complete Web Archive is open to the world except for web sites where the user must pay for […]
Annually The National Library of Finland collects representative sample of webpages from webservers 1) either having fi- or ax-domain names, 2) residing physically within Finland, or 3) containing material that is targeted for Finnish public. Between years 2006-2009 The National Library of Finland collected about 160 million files and over 10 TB data from Internet […]
The National Library of Sweden started to harvest the web in 1997. One part of the archive consists of bulk harvesting of the Swedish web. The collection includes both web servers located under the Swedish top level domain “se” and servers located elsewhere. This second part is identified as Swedish using geolocation. Harvesting is done […]
The central aim of the project was to define the intellectual genealogy and long-term cultural influence of the culture–creators of the Icelandic “Evening Society” (1861 – 1874), with emphasis on the widespread cultural influence of Sigurður málari (‘the painter’) Guðmundsson, a powerful advocate of vernacular culture in Iceland. As part of the project, light has […]
Big data archives offer themselves as reassuring, neutral and innovative systems for the oversight of today’s information deluge. Yet recent information scandals suggest that big data entail not only big possibilities, but also a considerable range of uncertainties. It is these uncertainties to which Uncertain Archives is addressed.
A digital version of the Copenhagen police register from 1890 to 1923.
Transnational Reception of Women’s Writing at the Fringes of Europe (2013–2016) This HERA-funded collaborative research project studies the role of women’s writing in the transnational literary field during the long 19th century. It explores in terms of gender cultural encounters through reading and writing that contributed to shaping modern cultural imaginaries in Europe. The systematic […]
This website, Netarkivet.dk, is designed to inform researchers, website owners, and other interested parties about the Danish web archive. For the time being most of the website is in Danish.
Founded in 1914, the Norwegian Folklore Archives has served as a national archive of cultural-historical texts and source materials. The archives are located at the Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages (IKOS) at the University of Oslo. Throughout its history, NFS has been a unique national archive that has striven to collect, preserve, and present traditional […]
A complete critical edition of the works of Zacharias Topelius (1818-1898).
A digital collection of letters of Albert Edelfelt (1854-1905), one of Finland through the ages the most prominent visual artists. The collection currently comprises 320 letters that Edelfelt wrote to his mother Alexandra Edelfelt during the years 1867 to 1875 and from 1885 to 1888. These letters offer a great insight into the golden age of Finnish art as […]
Swedish Women Online (SWO) from the Middle Ages to the Present A Biographical Dictionary of Swedish Women, in Swedish and English The project aims to create an online Biographical Dictionary of Swedish Women – hereafter abbreviated as SWO – which would be linked to other online digital resources and works of reference dealing with Swedish women; […]
The research project Shakespeare’s Insides is the first comprehensive and fully systematic study of all soliloquies and solo asides in Shakespeare’s plays. Its unique mixed methodology—a combination of computer-assisted coding and traditional interpretive practices, from close reading to sociohistorical analysis—offers new and distinctive insights into one of the most closely studied authors in world literature. […]
Sagnagrunnur is a geographically mapped database of the main published collections of Icelandic folk legends. The database involves a distribution map of published Icelandic legends, and is connected to both the homes of the original storytellers and collectors and those places mentioned in the legends (which can still be found). Most of these legends come from […]
A visualization platform for exploring texts from motions from the Swedish parliament (Riksdagen). The website offers a search field where words or phrases can be entered and a line graph displaying usage frequency of the given search term over time. The aim of the project is to explore ways of working with these texts and […]
The central aim of this three-year project is to document the collection and publication process of Jón Árnason’s Íslenzkar þjóðsögur og æfintýri (1862-1864) and the other materials collected as part of that project in the form of an extensive, freely-accessible and user-friendly digital archive closely integrated with relevant Icelandic and international manuscript collections, databases and websites, […]
The Icelandic Saga Map is intended as a resource to guide specialists and non-specialists alike around the Íslendingasögur from a spatial perspective. On it, places named in the sagas are hyper-linked to their occurrences in the saga texts. There are also links to images of places and to other sources of information concerning them (e.g. […]
The Moravian Memoirs project is a collaboration between the Center for Digital Humanities and the Centre for Critical Heritage Studies at University of Gothenburg, Bucknell University, USA, The Moravian Archive in Herrnhut, Germany and The Moravian Archive in Bethlehem, USA. Search among over 60 000 Memoirs written by members of the Moravian church from 1750 […]