The IPCHG is currently under development. Ultimately, it will be a syntactically parsed corpus of approx. 165 High German texts from the 11th through 20th centuries. As we complete annotations of the texts, you can download and query the texts on this website.
Indiana Parsed Corpus of Historical (High) German
Christopher D. Sapp, Ph.D., primary investigator
Rex A. Sprouse, Ph.D., primary investigator
Elliott Evans, Ph.D., postdoctoral fellow
Danny Dakota, Ph.D., computational consultant
Elaine Dalida, M.A., graduate assistant
Mary Gilbert, M.A., graduate assistant
Sal Goldfinch, M.A., graudate assistant
Joshua Harris, M.A., graduate assistant
Tyler Kniess, M.A. graduate assistant
Elijah Peters, M.A., graduate assistant
Related parsed historical corpora
Parsing / Annotating tools
Sapp, Christopher, Daniel Dakota & Elliott Evans. 2023. Parsing Early New High German: Benefits and limitations of cross-dialectal training. In Proceedings of the 21st International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories (TLT, GURT/SyntaxFest 2023), pp. 54-66. Washington, D.C.: Association for Computational Linguistics.
This project is possible thanks to the following grants:
- Faculty Research Support Funding Seed grant from the IU OVPR, supported by the Department of Germanic Studies and the Department of Second Language Studies.
- External Resubmission grant from the IU OVPR, also supported by the Departments of Germanic Studies and Second Language Studies.
- National Science Foundation 3-year grant "Building a parsed historical corpus to investigate word-order variation and change."