Róbert Péter

Róbert Péter
University of Szeged · Department of English

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Róbert Péter is Associate Professor in the Department of English at the University of Szeged. His areas of interests include digital humanities, 18th-century and Enlightenment studies, press and religious history, Anglo-Hungarian contacts and the history of Freemasonry. His current project is 'Analysis and Visualization of Bibliographic Metadata and Texts' in digitial humanities.

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Róbert Péter (general editor), Cécile Révauger (volume editor). Jan A. M. Snoek (volume editor), British Freemasonry, 1717-1813, 5 vols. (New York: Routledge, 2016), 2606 pages, 5967 editorial notes. volume 1: Institutions (C. Révauger) volume 2: Rituals I – English, Irish and Scottish Craft Rituals (J. A. M. Snoek) volume 3: Rituals II – Harodim...
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Róbert Péter (ed), British Freemasonry, 1717-1813. Vol. 4. Debates (New York: Routledge, 2016) volume 1: Institutions (C. Révauger) volume 2: Rituals I – English, Irish and Scottish Craft Rituals (J. A. M. Snoek) volume 3: Rituals II – Harodim Material and Higher Degrees (J. A. M. Snoek) volume 4: Debates (R. Péter) volume 5: Representations (R. P...
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Róbert Péter (ed.), British Freemasonry, 1717-1813, 5. vol. Representations (New York: Routledge, 2016). volume 1: Institutions (C. Révauger) volume 2: Rituals I – English, Irish and Scottish Craft Rituals (J. A. M. Snoek) volume 3: Rituals II – Harodim Material and Higher Degrees (J. A. M. Snoek) volume 4: Debates (R. Péter) volume 5: Representat...
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The objective of this paper is to demonstrate the different functions and features of the AVOBMAT (Analysis and Visualization of Bibliographic Metadata and Texts) data-driven digital tool. This new web application enables digital humanists to critically analyse the bibliographic data and texts of large corpora including entire library repositories...
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This report has been prepared by the “Bibliographical Data” Working Group of the DARIAH-ERIC consortium, which develops public digital research infrastructure for the arts and humanities. The Group consists of more than 30 members from 15 countries, most of whom are researchers and curators in the public sector who are engaged in bibliographical da...
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The review of Roger Burt's book titled Miners, Mariners & Masons: The Global Network of Victorian Freemasonry (Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2020) was published in Zeitschrift fur Internationale Freimaurer-Forschung vol. 24 (2022), pp. 112-114.
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E dolgozat célja, hogy bemutassa az AVOBMAT (Analysis and Visualization of Bibliographic Metadata and Texts) többnyelvű kutatási eszköz működéséhez kapcsolódó munkafolyamatot és a különböző elemzőfunkciókat. A webes alkalmazás segítségével nagy mennyiségű metaadatot és szöveget lehet feldolgozni és kritikusan elemezni adatvezérelt, mesterséges inte...
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Róbert Péter (general editor), Cécile Révauger (volume editor). Jan A. M. Snoek (volume editor), British Freemasonry, 1717-1813, 5 vols. (New York: Routledge, 2016), 2606 pages, 5967 editorial notes. volume 1: Institutions (C. Révauger) volume 2: Rituals I – English, Irish and Scottish Craft Rituals (J. A. M. Snoek) volume 3: Rituals II – Harodim...
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Róbert Péter (general editor), Cécile Révauger (volume editor). Jan A. M. Snoek (volume editor), British Freemasonry, 1717-1813, 5 vols. (New York: Routledge, 2016), 2606 pages, 5967 editorial notes. volume 1: Institutions (C. Révauger) volume 2: Rituals I – English, Irish and Scottish Craft Rituals (J. A. M. Snoek) volume 3: Rituals II – Harodim...
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Róbert Péter (general editor), Cécile Révauger (volume editor). Jan A. M. Snoek (volume editor), British Freemasonry, 1717-1813, 5 vols. (New York: Routledge, 2016), 2606 pages, 5967 editorial notes. volume 1: Institutions (C. Révauger) volume 2: Rituals I – English, Irish and Scottish Craft Rituals (J. A. M. Snoek) volume 3: Rituals II – Harodim...
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Cikkünk a TANIT (Text ANalysIs Tools) rendszer célkitűzését, funkcióit és használatát mutatja be. A TANIT rendszer célja, hogy magyar nyelvű szövegek számítógépes nyelvészeti feldolgozásával dokumentumok összehasonlító elemzéséhez szükséges statisztikákat kigyűjtsön. Ez a webszolgáltatás létező nyelvtechnológai elemzőlánc kimenetére épülő aggregált...
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The Study of 18th-century European Freemasonry – New directions Freemasonry was a major component of European political, cultural, social and intellectual life throughout the eighteenth century. The objective of this volume is to familiarize Hungarian readers with current trends, methods and problems concerning the study of eighteenth century Eur...
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Digital and methodological turn in the study of the press: a ‘distant reading’ of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century English newspapers concerning Hungary Digital and methodological turn in the study of the press: a ‘distant reading’ of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century English newspapers concerning Hungary. The digital turn in the study of the...
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Drawing on several so-far neglected documents available in the Burney Collection of the British Library as well as in the Library and Museum of Freemasons' Hall in London, this paper investigates the gender structures and roles represented in English masonic constitutions, pamphlets, letters, rituals as well as newspapers of the long eighteenth cen...
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Vast digital archives offer for the first time in human history the possibility of conducting comprehensive surveys of millions of books, newspapers, and periodicals. This paper introduces a new quantitative-statistical method accompanied by a digital tool that enables researchers to analyze the evolution, distribution, and frequency of concepts or...
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“Les femmes et la franc-maçonnerie dans le grand dix-huitième siècle” in Cécile Révauger, Jacques Lemaire (eds), Les femmes et la franc-maçonnerie des lumières a nos jours XXVIIIe et XIXe siècles (Bruxelles: Espace de Libertes, 2011), 195-219.
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Today on weekday evenings thousands of women and men after work rush to meet up with their fellows in the hearts of cities all over the world. They swiftly change their clothes and put on strange garments decorated with esoteric, geometrical and religious symbols. Then they solemnly enter clandestine temples, where they take secret oaths on sacred...
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This paper is an attempt to identify and interpret the different types of masonic secrets as they are revealed in the ritualis of eighteenth-century English Freemasons.
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To foster research into the new coronavirus, we make the COVID-19 Open Research Dataset (ca. 51000 articles) available in a beta version of the AVOBMAT (Analysis and Visualization of Bibliographic Metadata and Texts) text mining tool. It includes papers and pre-prints from PubMed, Elsevier, MedRxiv, BioRxiv etc
Feel free to use it and share it with research & medical communities who are involved in the fight against the pandemic.
If you have any comments and questions about the project, please get in touch (avobmat @ gmail.com).

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The aim of this research is to provide new insights into the history and culture of primarily British and Irish Freemasonry with a special on the long 18th century. This research hopefully fosters scholarly debates and offers new perspectives on wider, political, social and religious themes.
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Since 2017 we have been developing the AVOBMAT (Analysis and Visualization of Bibliographic Metadata and Texts) data-driven digital tool. This new web application enables digital humanists to critically analyse the bibliographic data and texts of large corpora including entire library repositories and digital collections at scale. The implemented state-of-the-art text analytical and visualization tools such as topic modeling and network analysis provide interactive close and distant reading of texts and bibliographic data. The export functions of AVOBMAT facilitate the reproducibility of the results and transparency of the reprocessing and text analysis.