Ruben Ros

Hi. I'm Ruben, a historian and digital humanist. I'm currently working as a junior researcher at Utrecht University.

Publications

About Me
Van Eijnatten, J., & Ros, R. (2019). The Eurocentric Fallacy. A Digital Approach to the Rise of Modernity, Civilization and Europe. International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity, 7.
Abstract

Hengchen, S., Ros, R., and Marjanen, J. (2019). Models for “A data-driven approach to the changing vocabulary of the ‘nation’ in English, Dutch, Swedish and Finnish newspapers, 1750-1950”

Conceptual Vocabularies and Changing Meanings of “Foreign” in Dutch Foreign News (1815-1914). Digital Humanities 2019, Utrecht.

I'm Ruben, a twenty four year old graduate of history (ReMa, Utrecht University, 2019) with a pronounced interest in digital humanities, conceptual history and political history. Besides doing research I am a board member of the Dutch United Nations Association and an active member of PerspectieF. In the past I was a board member at DUNSA-Utrecht.

I am interested in conceptual history and political history. In answering historical questions I try to use computational methods. I have worked on the conceptual history of "buitenland" during my thesis project, and on the history of nationalism during my internship at COMHIS. At the moment I am a junior researcher at Utrecht University where I study the online afterlives of famous images. Find my past projects on GitHub