Special Session of OMILab research projects on Communication and Print Culture in the Jewish History: The Affordances of Computational Research at the THE 18TH WORLD CONGRESS OF JEWISH STUDIES, August 10, 2022, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel. Details here.
Segal, Z., & Soffer, O. (2021). One Journal, One Decade, 3,797,592 Words: Computational Analysis of HaTzfira’s Discourse (1874–1883). Journal of Jewish Studies, 72(2), 369–396.
Segal, Z. M. (2021). Periodicals in Motion: Textual Reuse and the Hebrew Journalistic Networks in the second half of the 19th century. EADH2021 conference Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russia, 21-25 September 2021.
Bareket, D., & Tsarfaty, R. (2020). Neural Modeling for Named Entities and Morphology (NEMO^2). Computation and Language (cs.CL). https://arxiv.org/abs/2007.15620
Soffer O., Segal Z., Greidinger N., Rusinek S., Silber-Varod V. (2019). Computational Analysis of Historical Hebrew Newspapers: Proof of Concept. Zutot, 17(1), 97-110.
Segal, Z., Silber-Varod, V., Greidingher, N., & Oren Soffer, O. (2019). Computational Analysis of Historical Hebrew Newspapers: Affordances and Restrictions. The Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference (JJCHC), March 9, 2019, NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, USA.