TaDiRAH is designed to organize and categorize DH content. This taxonomy aims to generate academic credibility and greater visibility. As a community-driven initiative, it benefits from further contributions, collaborations, developments and reuse.

Current Version 2.0 issued 2020.09.29 is formalised in SKOS and provides a revised structure and semantics with a focus on research activities and techniques. This version includes translations (on concept level) in German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Serbian, and Italian (new) and is enriched with Wikidata definitions and a workflow for further maintenance, development, and quality management.

TaDiRAH published open-source based on Skosmos in the Vocabs repository in cooperation with ADCH-CH. The CCO / public domain license gives other people the right to share, use, and build upon our work.

Case Studies

  • TAPoR is a gateway to discover research tools for studying texts.

    Browse the TAPoR collection here where TaDiRAH is used to classify the goals and methods of the listed tools.

  • The Social Sciences and Humanities Open Marketplace

    TaDiRAH is listed in this catalogue as a tool to support curation and contextualisation of ressources.

  • The European Language Grid Catalouge

    Search the ELG catalogue offering TaDiRAH as a lexical/conceptual resource besides other corpora, ressources and models.

  • A European Gateway for the Academies of Sciences and Humanities

    TaDiRAH is used to classify all all projects funded by the German Academies' Programme from 1979 until today.

  • Digital Humanities Course Registry

    Search this open online inventory using TaDiRAH catrgories for DH modules, courses and programmes in Europe.

  • Doing Digital Humanities Bibliography

    As an ongoing activity TaDiRAH is used for tagging bibliographic entries accessible through zotero .