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Since 2011, the IEG participates in the national infrastructure project DARIAH-DE while focusing on different activities. DARIAH-DE supports digital methods and tools in the arts and humanities. As a partner in DARIAH-EU, DARIAH-DE contributes to foster and connect state-of-the-art activities in the digital humanities on a European level (source: Steckbrief DARIAH-DE). From 2011 to 2019, the project has been part-funded by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung – BMBF). You can find a summary of the project’s phases as well as a list of the partners here.
Collaborating with 15 associated institutions, the IEG is committed to the sustainable operation and sustainability of DARIAH-DE within the framework of an operational cooperation agreement.. From 2019 until 2021, the two research infrastructures DARIAH-DE and CLARIN-DE will be merged into the joint undertaking CLARIAH-DE. Thus, researchers from the humanities and cultural studies will have an easier access to complex digital tools and specialised databases for their academic work (source: the official website of CLARIAH-DE). Within this framework, the IEG contributes to the  operating and further development of the infrastructure through dissemination and advanced trainings in Digital Humanities.
Further information is available on the DARIAH-DE portal, which also provides information on further offerings and options for using the digital infrastructure.
Project lead and contact: Thorsten Wübbena
Project team: Anna Aschauer, Fabian Cremer
Former members:
Project lead: Joachim Berger (2011–2012, 2017), Michael Piotrowski (2012–2016), Marco Büchler (2017–2019)
Project team: Stefan Schmunk (2011–2012), Felix Saurbier (2012), Marcus Held (2012–2015), Anna Aurast (2013–2015), Claudia Falk (2015–2016)