PhD position: Stylometry and 12th century collaborative authorship

The Henri Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies at Ghent University (BELGIUM) has a position available for a PhD researchers (full-time predoctoral researcher) in the project “Collaborative Authorship in Twelfth-Century Latin Literature: A Stylometric Approach to Gender, Synergy and Authority”. Stylometry, a subfield of Digital Humanities, offers new methods for segregating different writing styles. So far, stylometry has been especially popular in authorship attribution
studies. This project will approach issues of collaborative authorship in twelfth-century
Latin literature with stylometric methods. The project will be supervised by  Prof. Jeroen Deploige (Ghent University), Dr. Mike Kestemont (University of Antwerp) and Prof. Wim Verbaal (Ghent University) More information can be found in the pdf document attached.