Online Event | 17-19 February 2021
The lectures on Sentiment Analysis in Literary Studies are organized in the context of the Distant Spectators. Distant Reading for Periodicals of the Enlightenment project which aims to develop and disseminate a tool chain for sentiment analysis that is applicable to multilingual text corpora of the 18th century. The event is funded by CLARIAH-AT and co-organized by the Centre for Information Modelling – Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and the Institute for Romance Studies at the University of Graz, as well as the Institute for Interactive Systems and Data Science at the Graz University of Technology and the Know-Center GmbH Graz.
The online lectures are public and can be attended upon registration. To get the access link, it is required to register before February 17 using the following form: https://forms.gle/EpfSDdxenL9kF2BV8.
Wednesday, 17.02.2021, 15:30 – 16:30h (CET)
Emotion Modelling in Text and Social Media – The Contribution of Psychological Models
– Roman Klinger (Institute for Natural Language Processing, University of Stuttgart)
Thursday, 18.02.2021, 15:30 – 16:30h (CET)
Sentiment Analysis for Latin: a Journey from Seneca to Thomas Aquinas
– Rachele Sprugnoli (University Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)
Friday, 19.02.2021, 15:30 – 16:30h (CET)
Annotating and quantifying sentiment and emotions in German plays from around 1800
– Katrin Dennerlein (Institute for German Philology, University of Würzburg) and Thomas Schmidt (Institute for Information and Media, Language and Culture, University of Regensburg)
Find more on the event here.