Ruben Ros
Ruben Ros
Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History
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A data-driven approach to the changing vocabulary of the nation in English, Dutch, Swedish and Finnish newspapers, 1750-1950
S Hengchen, R Ros, J Marjanen
In Proceedings of the Digital Humanities (DH) conference, 2019
The Eurocentric Fallacy. A Digital-Historical Approach to the Concepts of ‘Modernity’,‘Civilization’and ‘Europe’(1840–1990)
J van Eijnatten, R Ros
International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity 7 (1), 686-736, 2019
State of the field: digital history
CA Romein, M Kemman, JM Birkholz, J Baker, M De Gruijter, ...
History 105 (365), 291-312, 2020
A data-driven approach to studying changing vocabularies in historical newspaper collections
S Hengchen, J Marjanen, R Ros, M Tolonen
Digital Scholarship in the Humanities: DSH, 2021
Quantifying Iconicity in 940K Online Circulations of 26 Iconic Photographs.
T Smits, R Ros
CHR, 375-384, 2020
The Helsinki Digital Humanities Hackathon: Two Perspectives on Multidisciplinary Historical Newspapers Research in a Hackathon Context.
R Ros, S Oberbichler
Distant reading 940,000 online circulations of 26 iconic photographs
T Smits, R Ros
New Media & Society, 14614448211049459, 2021
Does transnational contention lead to transnational memory? The online visual memory of the February 2003 anti-Iraq War protests
T Smits, R Ros
Social Movement Studies, 1-23, 2021
De krant. Een cultuurgeschiedenis
R Ros
De Moderne Tijd 5 (1), 108-111, 2021
Mining Wages in Nineteenth-Century Job Advertisements. The Application of Language Resources and Language Technology to study Economic and Social Inequality
R Ros, M Van Erp, A Rijpma, R Zijdeman
Proceedings of the Workshop about Language Resources for the SSH Cloud, 27-32, 2020
De opkomst van de ‘nationale ramp’: Een begripsgeschiedenis
R Ros
De Moderne Tijd 4 (3-4), 165-186, 2020
The omnipresence of the nation
J Marjanen, R Ros, S Hengchen, M Tolonen
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