T. Smits & R. Ros. Does transnational contention lead to transnational memory? The online visual memory of the February 2003 anti-Iraq War protests. Social Movement Studies. 2023.

R. Ros. Between Cows and Capitalism: Measuring the Abstractness of Historical Parliamentary Speeches. Proceedings of Digital Parliamentary Data in Action (DiPaDA 2022) workshop, Uppsala, Sweden, March 15, 2022. CEUR Proceedings. 2022.

J. Marjanen & R. Ros. International: From Legal to Civic Discourse and Beyond in the Nineteenth Century. In: Pasi Ihalainen & Antero Holmina (eds.). Nationalism and Internationalism Intertwined. A European History of Concepts Beyond the Nation State. Berghahn: New York, 2022.

R. Ros. Conceptualizing an Outside World. The Case of ‘Foreign’ in Dutch Newspapers 1815–1914. Contributions to the History of Concepts. 2021.

S. Hengchen, R. Ros, J. Marjanen & M. Tolonen. A data-driven approach to studying changing vocabularies in historical newspaper collections. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities: DSH. 2021.

T. Smits & R. Ros. Quantifying Iconicity in 940K Online Circulations of 26 Iconic Photographs. New Media & Society. 2021.

R. Ros. De opkomst van de ‘nationale ramp’, een begripsgeschiedenis. De Moderne Tijd. 2020.

R. Ros, M. van Erp, A. Rijpma & R. Zijdeman. Mining Wages in Nineteenth-Century Job Advertisements. The Application of Language Resources and Language Technology to study Economic and Social Inequality. Proceedings of the Workshop about Language Resources for the SSH Cloud. 2020.

C. A. Romein, M. Kemman, J. Birkholz, J. Baker, M. de Gruijter, A. Meroño-Peñuela, T. Ries, R. Ros, and S. Scagliola. State of the Field: Digital History. History. 2020.

J. van Eijnatten & R. Ros. The Eurocentric Fallacy. A Digital Approach to the Rise of Modernity, Civilization and Europe. International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity. 2019.