Ulrike Henny-Krahmer is a doctoral candidate at the Graduate School of the Humanities of the University of Würzburg with her thesis on "Genre Analysis and Corpus Design: 19th Century Spanish American Novels (1830-1910)". She is also a Research Associate at the Department of Art History at the University of Cologne, where she builds up a consulting agency for sustainable development of research software and data services, as part of the project NFDI4Culture.
She is a member of the Institute for Documentology and Scholarly Editing (IDE) and is one of the Managing Editors of the journal ride. A review journal for digital editions and resources. Together with Pedro Sepúlveda and Jorge Uribe, she is an editor of the Digital Edition of Fernando Pessoa: Projects and Publications.
Her main interests are in quantitative methods for literary research (in particular machine learning and topic modeling), digital editions, reviewing of digital scholarly work (digital editions, text collections, and tools), and the application of XML technologies (XSLT, XQuery, XML databases) in the Humanities. As a literary scholar, she focuses on genre theory and 19th century Spanish American novels.
She studied Regional Sciences of Latin America at the University of Cologne, Germany and the University of Lisbon, Portugal.
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