Our research on historical text reuse touches upon the fields of Natural Language Processing (NLP), Computational Linguistics, Digital Humanities, Classics, History, Theology and Philology but has also ramifications in Text Visualisation, Manuscript Studies and Bioinformatics, to mention but a few. The graph below illustrates the group set-up and how the researchers’ interests come together:

Structure of eTrapOur research projects address historical text reuse from different angles and we currently work with German, English, Latin and Ancient Greek texts.