Text-hierarchic trees in the ETCBC database

Text-hierarchic trees in the ETCBC database

Textual hierarchy The topmost linguistic level in the ETCBC analysis deals with textual hierarchy: decoding the linguistic cohesion of a written text. The point of departure is the assumption that a text is not just a linear arrangement of clauses, but that these...

Upcoming Spring Colloquiums

Upcoming Spring Colloquiums

The ETCBC would like to welcome all who are interested to our upcoming colloquiums throughout the Spring semester. We will have a variety of speakers, touching on topics such as Hebrew vocabulary training and statistical approaches to diachronic Hebrew language...

ETCBC≥40 Livestream

ETCBC≥40 Livestream

On 31 October starting at 2:00 pm CET (9:00 AM EST), the ETCBC will livestream the main program of ETCBC≥40: Celebrating 40 Years of Bible and Computer. The event features presentations by researchers and guests of the ETCBC, beginning with a special presentation by...

Register for ETCBC≥40

Register for ETCBC≥40

On 31 October and 1 November we will celebrate our founding in 1977, now 40 years ago. A detailed program of the upcoming activities is in the link below. The events will touch on the past and future direction of "Bible and computer," Bible translation, and syntactic...

New Website and Blog!

New Website and Blog!

The ETCBC is excited to announce the launching of a new website, blog, and logo! This website will serve as the ETCBC's new online presence, where we can display information about the centre and about the ongoing work on its databases. Through our new blogging...

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