Naxera, V., Kaše, V., & Stulík, O. (2023). ‘The more populism types you know, the better political scientist you are?’ Machine-learning based meta-analysis of populism types in the political science literature. Journal of Contemporary European Studies  10.1080/14782804.2023.2244911 [link]

Glomb, T. & Kaše, V. (2023). Iconographic trends in Roman imperial coinage in the context of societal changes in the 2nd and 3rd century CE: A small-scale test of the Affluence hypothesis. Open Archaeology 9/1, 20220308. [link]

Linka, V., & Kaše, V. (2023). Pain in Classical Greek Texts. Digital Classics Online, 9, 1-14. [link]

Kaše, V. & Glomb, T. (2023). Affluence, Agricultural Productivity and the Rise of Moralizing Religion in the Ancient Mediterranean. Religion, Brain & Behavior 13/2, 202-206. [link]

Nikki, N., Špiclová, Z., & Kaše, V. (2022). The Cultural Evolution of Prototypical Paul in the First Five Centuries: A Distributional Semantic Analysis of Greek Christian Texts. Journal of Ethics in Antiquity and Christianity 4, 52-76. [link]

Kaše, V. (2022). Kookurenční sítě mezi historickým vyprávěním a kulturně evolučním vysvětlením. In R. Hladík (Ed.), Digitální obrat v českých humanitních vědách (pp. 133–157). Karolinum. [pdf]

Kaše, V., Nikki, N., & Glomb, T. (2022). Righteousness in Early Christian Literature: Distant Reading and Textual Networks. Annali di storia dell’esegesi 39/2, 87-120. [pdf]

Kaše, V., Heřmánková, P., & Sobotková, A. (2022). Division of labor, specialization and diversity in the ancient Roman cities: A quantitative approach to Latin epigraphy. PLOS ONE . [link].

Glomb, T., Kaše, V., Glomb, T. (2022). Popularity of the cult of Asclepius in the times of the Antonine Plague: temporal modeling of epigraphic evidence. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 43, 103466. [link].

Kaše, V., Heřmánková, P, & Sobotková, A. (2021). Classifying Latin Inscriptions of the Roman Empire: A machine-learning approach. Proceedings of the Conference on Computational Humanities Research 2021. CEUR 2989, 123-135. [pdf].

Linka, V. & Kaše, V. (2021). Is There a Theory of Pain in Corpus Hippocraticum? A Distributional Semantic Analysis. Digital Classics Online, 7, 54-71. [link].

Špiclová, Z. & Kaše, V. (2020). Distant Reading of the Gospel of Thomas and the Gospel of John: Reflection of Methodological Aspects of the Use of Digital Technologies in the Research of Biblical Texts. Open Theology, 6(1), 423-439. [link].

Kaše, V. (2018). The Emergence of Big Gods in the Ancient Mediterranean. SocArXiv (preprint) [link].