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Distant Reading for European Literary History. A COST Action

  title={Distant Reading for European Literary History. A COST Action},
  author={Christof Sch{\"o}ch and Maciej Eder and Carolin Odebrecht and Mike Kestemont and Antonija Primorac and Justin Tonra and Katja Mihurko Poniz and Catherine Kanellopoulou},
Christof Schöch (schoech@uni-trier.de), University of Trier, Germany Maciej Eder (maciej.eder@ijp.pan.pl), Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków, Poland Carolin Odebrecht (carolin.odebrecht@hu-berlin.de), Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Germany Mike Kestemont (mike.kestemont@gmail.com), University of Antwerp, Belgium Antonija Primorac (antonija.primorac@uniri.hr), University of Rijeka, Croatia Justin Tonra (justin.tonra@nuigalway.ie), National University of Ireland… 

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