Conference paper Open Access
Röttgermann, Julia; Hinzmann, Maria
In literary history and historiography, places and spaces play an important role – not least in the context of the ‘spatial turn’ (Lafon, 1997; Piatti et al., 2009; Dennerlein, 2009; Weber, 2014). In literary works, narrative locations are particularly relevant, but places of publication as well as further spatial dimensions can also be taken into account (Curran 2018; Burrows et al. 2016). Our contribution presents how we obtained spatial statements from three different information sources and combined them in a knowledge network based on the Linked Open Data (LOD) paradigm (Berners-Lee, 2006; Hooland und Verbough, 2014; Hitzler, 2021).