7th. Göttingen / Hildesheim-Workshop on CL and DH


Save the Date: 27 to 28 February 2019.
Topic this time: "Digital Methods in Political Science"

Venue: OEC, Platz der Göttinger Sieben 3 (Room: 0.169).

Book of Abstracts (PDF)


27 February

9:15 - 9:30

Dr. Sylvia Jaki, Prof. Wolf Schünemann (Hildesheim):
"Who polluted the debate in the German federal election campaign 2017? Analysis and automatic detection of hate speech on social media"

Johannes Schäfer (Hildesheim):
"Neural networks at hate speech and offensive language detection with a focus on linguistic features"

11:05-11:25 Coffee Break

Dr. Josef Ruppenhofer (Mannheim):
"The 2018 IGGSA Shared Task on Offensive Language Identification"

Prof. Marianne Kneuer, Prof. Ulrich Heid (Hildesheim):
"Discourses on solidarity in times of crisis Analysing and explaining the understanding of solidarity in contexts of migration"

13:00 - 14:30 Lunch Break

Prof. Wolf Schünemann, Fritz Kliche, Stefan Steiger (Hildesheim):
"Echo chambers and polarisation in the German federal election 2017"

Prof. Michael Corsten (Hildesheim):
"Practices of Commenting in Digital Public Spheres"

16:05-16:30 Coffee Break

Prof. Simon Fink (Göttingen):
"Public participation in infrastructure planning: What do citizens say? And who listens to them?"

28 February

Prof. Andreas Blätte (Duisburg):
"Interactive Graph Visualisation and Intersubjectivity: Exploring the Parliamentary Discourse of the AfD"

10:05 - 10:50
Prof. Cathleen Kantner (Stuttgart):
"Between Skylla and Charybdis: Trade-Offs between the Need for Generic Tools and the Need for Hermeneutic Sensitivity in the Digital Humanities"

10:50 - 11:10 Coffee Break

11:10 - 11:55
Dr. Tim Griebel (Erlangen):
"Evaluating Interdisciplinary Learning in Critical Digital Political Science"

12:00 - 12:45
Dr. Valentin Gold (Göttingen):
"Augmented Deliberative Democracy (ADD-up): Enhancing Large-scale Public Arbitrations in Real

12:45 - 13:25 Final Discussion

13:25 - 14:30 Lunch