Klaus Maximilian Schmidt

Klaus Maximilian Schmidt
Bowling Green State University | BGSU · Department for World Languages and Culture

Ph.D.

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Introduction
MHDBDB (Mittelhochdeutsche Begriffsdatenbank/Middle High German Conceptual Database) Data analysis, semantic web Medieval Literature Contemporary Theatre and Film Aeschylus in contemporary theatre

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Publications (48)
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A socio-historical analysis of the literary topos of the service of the ladies within the courtly realities of the time.
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A socio-historical evaluation of the medieval literary image of King Arthur in contrast to the historical realities of the time.
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A structural content analysis of Ulrich's von Zatzikoven "Lanzelet".
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Novella theory and filmic adaptations through the example of the adaptations of some of Theodor Storm's novellas to film.
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The analysis of the late medieval rogue figure Till Eulenspiegel in literature and film of the former GDR.
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Explaining the German myth of the Nibelungs according to contemporary socio-psychological analyses of macho attitudes. Evidence from the largest conceptual database for medieval German texts (MHDBDB)
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At a time when even linguistic dictionaries declare that the separation of grammar and meaning has been proven to be untenable and where semantics are claimed to be the focal domain for grammarians, next to syntax and phonology2, one would have to assume that the artificial walls that have been built between the various linguistic disciplines are b...
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Although computer treatments of medieval texts have been around for quite some time, the majority of scholars have failed to accept them as valuable tools for literary analysis. This chapter discusses why they have failed to accept them as valuable tools for literary analysis, and presents an introduction to conceptual glossaries (CGs) as a new too...

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Expand and enhance the largest intelligent database for medieval German texts.