Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 07/Aug/2017
9:00am
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11:00am
Mtg-10: Humanistica Annual General Meeting
Location: Leacock 232
9:30am
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1:00pm
WS-05: Half-Day Workshop (Monday morning)
Location: Leacock 110
 

XQuery for Digital Humanists

Joseph Wicentowski1, Clifford Anderson2

1: Office of the Historian, U.S. Department of State, United States of America; 2: Vanderbilt University, United States of America

WS-06: Half-Day Workshop (Monday morning)
Location: Leacock 109
 

Construire sa Bibliothèque Numérique avec l’Outil Libre Omeka pour Valoriser ses Documents Numérisés

Daniel Berthereau

Indépendant, France and Canada

WS-07: Half-Day Workshop (Monday morning)
Location: Arts W-120
 

Digital Scholarship and Privacy-sensitive Collections

Unmil Karadkar, King Davis

The University of Texas at Austin, United States of America

   
9:30am
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6:00pm
Mtg-11: New Scholars' Symposium
Location: rm 325, 688 Sherbrooke
WS-01: Full Day Workshop
Location: Arts 350
 

Séance d'initiation à la vidéo adaptée à la recherche SHS

Christian Dury

CNRS, Institut des Sciences de l'Homme, France

WS-02: Full Day Workshop
Location: Arts 230
 

Let’s Develop an Infrastructure for Historical Research Tools

Julia Luise Damerow1, Dirk Wintergrün2, Robert Casties2

1: Arizona State University, United States of America; 2: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, Germany

WS-03: Full Day Workshop
Location: Arts W-20
 

Computer Vision in Digital Humanities

Martijn Kleppe1, Matthew Lincoln2, Melvin Wevers3, Mark Williams4, Benoit Seguin5, Thomas Smits6

1: National Library of the Netherlands, Netherlands, The; 2: Getty Research Institute; 3: Utrecht University; 4: Dartmouth College; 5: École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL); 6: Radboud University

WS-04: Full Day Workshop
Location: Arts W-215
 

Shaping Humanities Data: Use, Reuse, and Paths Toward Computationally Amenable Cultural Heritage Collections

Thomas Padilla2, Sarah Potvin1, Laurie Allen3, Stewart Varner3

1: Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2: University of California Santa Barbara, United States of America; 3: University of Pennsylvania, United States of America

2:30pm
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6:00pm
WS-08: Half-Day Workshop (Monday Afternoon)
Location: Leacock 110
 

XQuery for Data Integration

Joseph Wicentowski1, Clifford Anderson2

1: Office of the Historian, U.S. Department of State, United States of America; 2: Vanderbilt University, United States of America

WS-09: Half-Day Workshop (Monday Afternoon)
Location: Arts W-120
 

Hands on Text Analytics with Orange

Ajda Pretnar, Niko Colnerič, Lan Žagar

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

WS-10: Half-Day Workshop (Monday afternoon)
Location: Bronfman 001
 

Advancing Linked Open Data in the Humanities

Susan Brown1, Abigel Lemak1, Kim Martin2, Robert Warren1,3

1: School of English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph, Canada; 2: Department of History and Library, University of Guelph, Canada; 3: School of Mathematics and Statistics, Carleton University, Canada

   
Date: Tuesday, 08/Aug/2017
8:30am
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12:30pm
WS-18: Innovations in Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Local, National, and International Training
Location: Arts W-120
9:30am
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1:00pm
WS-11: Half-Day Workshop (Tuesday morning)
Location: Arts 230
 

Transkribus: Handwritten Text Recognition technology for historical documents

Louise Seaward1, Maria Kallio2

1: University College London, United Kingdom; 2: National Archives Finland

WS-12: Half-Day Workshop (Tuesday morning)
Location: Arts W-20
 

From Text to Networks: Combining Entity and Segment Annotations in the Analysis of Large Text Corpora

Nils Reiter, Maximilian Overbeck, Sandra Murr

Stuttgart University, Germany

WS-13: Half-Day Workshop (Tuesday morning)
Location: Arts 260
 

CATMA 5.0 Tutorial

Jan Christoph Meister, Evelyn Gius, Jan Horstmann, Janina Jacke, Marco Petris

University of Hamburg, Germany

WS-14: Half-Day Workshop (Tuesday morning)
Location: Leacock 110
 

High Performance Computing for Photogrammetry and OCR Made Easy

Quinn Dombrowski1, Tassie Gniady2, Megan Meredith-Lobay3, John Simpson4

1: UC Berkeley, United States of America; 2: Indiana University, United States of America; 3: University of British Columbia, Canada; 4: University of Alberta, Canada

WS-15: Half-Day Workshop (Tuesday morning)
Location: Arts 350
 

Introduction to Electronic Books: EPub 3.0 and Beyond

Michael Sperberg-McQueen1, Liam Quin2

1: Black Mesa Technologies LLC, United States of America; 2: World Wide Web Consortium

WS-16: Half-Day Workshop (Tuesday morning)
Location: Leacock 109
 

The Design of Historical Data Projects. Les Registres de la Comédie Française, and Le Laboratoire Paris XVIII

Jamie Folsom1, Pascal Bastien2, Jeffrey Ravel3, Sara Harvey4, Julien Puget2, Benjamin Deruelle2

1: Performant Software Solutions LLC, United States of America; 2: Université de Quebec at Montréal, Quebec, Canada; 3: Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 4: University of Victoria

1:30pm
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2:30pm
Mtg-09: European Research Council session: Funding Opportunities for Digital Humanities
Location: Arts 260
1:30pm
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4:30pm
Mtg-01: Coordinating DH Training in Canada
Location: Arts W-120
WS-17: ADHO Collaboration & Diversity Workshop (Tuesday afternoon)
Location: Arts W-215
 
5:00pm
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6:45pm
Event01: DH2017 Conference officially opens, Keynote (Marin Dacos)
Location: Centre Mont-Royal
7:00pm
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9:00pm
Event02: Opening reception
Location: Centre Mont-Royal
Date: Wednesday, 09/Aug/2017
8:00am
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9:30am
LP-01: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts 260
Chair: Laura C Mandell
 

Replication, Visualization & Tactility: Towards a Deeper Involvement of 3D Printing in Humanities Scholarship and Research

Aaron Tucker

Ryerson University, Canada


Cultural Challenges for 3D Research

Lisa M. Snyder1, Alyson Gill2

1: University of California, Los Angeles, United States of America; 2: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, United States of America


Phygital Augmentations for Enhancing History Teaching and Learning at School

Susan Schreibman, Constantinos Papadopoulos, Brian Hughes, Neale Rooney, Colin Brennan, Fionntan Mac Caba, Hannah Healy

Maynooth University, Ireland

LP-02: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts W-120
Chair: Maurizio Lana
 

Prosodic Clustering via Cosine Similarity of Sound Sequence Inventories

Christopher Leo Hench

University of California, Berkeley, United States of America


L’archéologie du paysage sonore : l’Histoire à portée de nos oreilles

Mylène Pardoen

Institut des Sciences de l'Homme de Lyon (ISH de Lyon) - FRE 3768/CNRS, France


Aesthetic Appreciation And Spanish Art: Insights from Eye-Tracking

Claire Bailey-Ross, Andrew Beresford, Daniel Smith, Claire Warwick

Durham University, United Kingdom

LP-03: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts W-215
Chair: Scott Weingart
 

Building Worksets for Scholarship by Linking Complementary Corpora

Kevin Page1, Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller1,2, Timothy Cole3, J. Stephen Downie3

1: University of Oxford, United Kingdom; 2: Australia National University, Australia; 3: University of Illinois, USA


University-Community Digitization Partnerships: Accessing Trans Collections in LGBT Community Archives

Elspeth Brown, Cait McKinney

University of Toronto, Canada


Remembrance of Contemporary Events: On Setting Up The Sunflower Movement Archive

Tyng-Ruey Chuang, Chao-Lin Liu

Academia Sinica, Taiwan

PS-01: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 219
Chair: Kim Teresa Gallon
 

Black Spatial Humanities: Theories, Methods, and Praxis in Digital Humanities (A Follow-up NEH ODH Summer Institute Panel)

Angel Nieves1, Kim Gallon2, David J. Kim3, Scott Nesbit4, Bryan Carter5, Jessica Johnson6

1: Hamilton College, United States of America; 2: Purdue University, United States of America; 3: University of Delaware, United States of America; 4: University of Georgia, United States of America; 5: University of Arizona, United States of America; 6: Johns Hopkins University, United States of America

PS-02: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 26
Chair: Tanya Clement
 

Challenges for New Infrastructures and Paradigms in DH Curricular Program Development

Tanya E. Clement1, Alison Booth2, Maria Sachiko Cecire3, Ryan Cordell4, Miriam Posner5

1: University of Texas at Austin, United States of America; 2: University of Virginia; 3: Bard College; 4: Northeastern University; 5: University of California Los Angeles

PS45-01: 45 Minute Panel Session
Location: Leacock 232
Chair: Sara B. Sikes
 

Building Capacity for Digital Scholarship & Publishing: Three Approaches from Mellon’s 2014-2015 Scholarly Communications Initiative

Sara B. Sikes1, Elli Mylonas3, Harriet Green2

1: University of Connecticut, United States of America; 2: University of Illinois, United States of America; 3: Brown University, United States of America


Beyond Access: Critical Catalog Constructions

Molly Hardy1, Dawn Childress2, Paige Morgan3

1: American Antiquarian Society, United States of America; 2: University of California Los Angeles; 3: University of Miami

SP-01: Short Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 001
Chair: Fabio Ciotti
 

Linking the Same Ukiyo-e Prints in Different Languages by Exploiting Word Semantic Relationships across Languages

Yuting Song, Taisuke Kimura, Biligsaikhan Batjargal, Akira Maeda

Ritsumeikan University, Japan


Los Hilos De Ariadna En El Laberinto Temático: Visualización Y Minado De Datos Para Bibliotecas

Silvia Eunice Gutiérrez De la Torre1, Julián Alberto Equihua Benítez2, Micaela Chávez Villa1

1: El Colegio de México A.C.; 2: CONABIO


Topic Patterns in an Academic Literary Journal: The Case Of "Teksty Drugie"

Maciej Maryl1, Maciej Eder2,3

1: Institute of Literary Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland; 2: nstitute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences; 3: Pedagogical University in Kraków

SP-03: Short Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 002
Chair: Greta Franzini
 

Mapping the Enlightenment: Intellectual Networks and the Making of Knowledge in the European Periphery

Vasileios Routsis1, Irene Goudarouli2

1: University College London, United Kingdom; 2: Research Centre for the Humanities, Athens, Greece


‘The Royaltie of Sight’: A 3D-GIS recreation of ‘prospects’ and ‘perspectives’ within an English designed landscape, c.1550-1660

Elizabeth Eleanor Rose Stewart

University of East Anglia (UEA), Eastern Arc Research Consortium (EARC)


Text Mining the History of Information Politics Through Thousands of Swedish Governmental Official Reports

Fredrik Norén, Roger Mähler

Umeå university, Sweden


Placing Segregation

Rob Shepard

University of Iowa Libraries, United States of America


Novel Approaches to research and discover urban history

Sander Münster1, Cindy Kröber1, Kristina Friedrichs2, Jonas Bruschke2, Frank Henze1, Florian Niebling2

1: TU Dresden, Germany; 2: JMU Würzburg

 
9:30am
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10:00am
Break01: Coffee Break
Location: Redpath Hall
10:00am
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11:30am
LP-04: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts W-215
Chair: Asanobu Kitamoto
 

Prototypical Emotion Developments in Adventures, Romances, and Mystery Stories

Evgeny Kim, Sebastian Pado, Roman Klinger

University of Stuttgart, Germany


Real and Imagined Geography at City-Scale: Sentiment Analysis of Chicago’s “One Book” Program

Ana Lucic, John Shanahan

DePaul University


The Course of Emotion in Three Centuries of German Text—A Methodological Framework

Sven Buechel1, Johannes Hellrich2, Udo Hahn1

1: Jena University Language & Information Engineering (JULIE) Lab, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany; 2: Graduate School ‘The Romantic Model', Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

LP-05: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts W-120
Chair: James C. Cummings
 

From Jane Austen’s original Pride and Prejudice to a graded reader for L2 learners: a computational study of the processes of text simplification

Emily Franzini1, Marco Büchler2

1: Göttingen University, Germany; 2: Göttingen University, Germany


Perseids and Plokamos: Weaving pedagogy, data models and tools for social network annotation

Marie-Claire Beaulieu, Frederik Baumgardt, Bridget Almas

Tufts University, United States of America


Digital Humanities from Scratch: A Pedagogy-Driven Investigation of an In-Copyright Corpus

Brian Croxall

Brown University, United States of America

LP-06: Long Paper Session
Location: Leacock 219
Chair: Johanna Drucker
 

Cultural (Re-)formations: Structuring a Linked Data Ontology for Intersectional Identities

Susan Brown1, Colin Faulkner1, Abigel Lemak1, Kimberly Martin1, Alliyya Mohammed1, Jade Penancier1, Robert Warren1,2

1: School of English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph, Canada; 2: School of Mathematics and Statistics, Carleton University


Less intent, more impact: Transforming public DH projects toward access, care, and inclusion

Amanda Visconti

Purdue University Libraries


Digital Humanities, Cultural Heritage and Social Justice: the case of a destroyed Armenian cemetery

Harold Short

Australian Catholic University, King's College London

PS-04: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 232
Chair: Carina Emilia Guzman
 

Queer Infrastructures: Digital Intimacies, Spaces, Affordances and Collaboration

T.L. Cowan1, Jasmine Rault2, Dayna McLeod3, Carina Guzmán3

1: Yale; 2: The New School; 3: Concordia University

PS-05: Panel Session
Location: Arts 260
Chair: Claire Clivaz
 

Digital Religion - Digital Theology

Claire Clivaz1, Emily S. Clark3, Paul Dilley4, Katherine Faull2, Rachel McBride-Lindsey5, Peter Phillips6

1: Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Switzerland; 2: Bucknell University, USA; 3: Gonzaga University, USA; 4: Iowa University (USA); 5: St Louis University (USA); 6: CODEC Research Center (Durham University, UK)

SP-04: Short Paper Session
Location: Leacock 26
Chair: Roger Todd Whitson
 

Tackling Innovation Networks with Smart Data: A Case Study of the Liquid Crystal Institute at Kent State University

Hongshan Li, Marcia Zeng, Yin Zhang, Xinyue Ye, Tao Hu

Kent State University, United States of America


Reverse Engineering the First Humanities Computing Center

Steven Jones1, Julianne Nyhan2, Geoffrey Rockwell3, Stéfan Sinclair4, Melissa Terras5

1: University of South Florida; 2: University College London; 3: University of Alberta; 4: McGill University; 5: University College London


New potentials in the digital archives: a participative inquiry into interdisciplinary collaboration in digital historical research at the Wellcome Trust

Alex Green, Lalita Kaplish, Hannah Walker

Wellcome Trust, United Kingdom


Shelf life: Identifying the Abandonment of Online Digital Humanities Projects

Luis Meneses, Richard Furuta

Center for the Study of Digital Libraries - Texas A&M University, United States of America

SP-05: Short Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 002
Chair: David Beavan
 

Modeling Place in Ulysses: Ontologies and Pre-texts

Caleb Derven1, John Keating2

1: 1, 2; 2: 2


Integrating Humanities and Science: the Scriptospatial Visualization Interface

Fenella G. France, Alberto Campagnolo

Preservation Research and Testing Division, Library of Congress, United States of America


(Not) Going to the Movies: A geospatial analysis of cinema markets in The Netherlands and Flanders (1950-1975)

Julia Noordegraaf1, Jolanda Visser1, Jaap Boter2, Daniel Biltereyst3, Philippe Meers4, Ivan Kisjes1

1: University of Amsterdam; 2: VU University Amsterdam; 3: Ghent University; 4: University of Antwerp


Georeferencing of Place Markers in Digitized Early Maps by Using Similar Maps as Data Source

Winfried Höhn, Christoph Schommer

University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg


Throughlines: Exposing Activism and Social Justice Issues In Los Angeles Transportation History

Britt S. Paris, Marika Cifor

University of California, Los Angeles, United States of America

SP-06: Short Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 001
Chair: Miriam Posner
 

Toward Reproducibility in DH Experiments: A Case Study in Search of Edgar Allan Poe's First Published Work

Mark D. LeBlanc

Wheaton College (Norton, MA), United States of America


Ecriture Et Visualisations Numériques

Christophe Leblay1, Gilles Caporossi2

1: Université de Turku (Finlande), Finland; 2: HEC Montréal, Canada


Puns and Intertextuality: A Digital Approach to Greek Wordplay in Latin Literature

Evan Loren Brubaker, Brandon Kegan LaFreniere

Tulane University, United States of America

 
11:30am
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12:30pm
Mtg-02: EADH Annual General Meeting
Location: Leacock 26
11:30am
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1:30pm
Lunch01: Lunch Break. Concurrent Meetings: EADH AGM (11:30-12:30), AVinDH *and* Libraries+DH SIGs (12:30-1:30)
Location: Leacock 26
Chair: Alberto Santiago Martinez
12:30pm
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1:30pm
Mtg-05: Library+DH Special Interest Group Meeting
Location: Leacock 219
Mtg-06: AV in DH Special Interest Group Meeting
Location: Leacock 232
 
1:30pm
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3:00pm
LP-07: Long Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 002
Chair: Alberto Santiago Martinez
 

A Ten-Year Summary of a SOA-based Micro-services Infrastructure for Linguistic Services

Marco Büchler1, Thomas Eckart2, Greta Franzini1, Emily Franzini1

1: University of Göttingen, Germany; 2: Universität Leipzig, Germany


A Capacity Building Framework for Institutional Digital Humanities Support

Quinn Dombrowski1, Joan Lippincott2, Karen Wetzel3

1: UC Berkeley, United States of America; 2: Coalition for Networked Information; 3: EDUCAUSE


Stable Random Projection: Minimal, universal dimensionality reduction for library-scale data

Benjamin Schmidt

Northeastern University, United States of America

LP-08: Long Paper Session
Location: Leacock 219
Chair: Jean Ann Bauer
 

Access To Cultural Heritage Data: A Challenge For The Digital Humanities

Anne Baillot2, Marie Puren1, Charles Riondet1, Laurent Romary1

1: INRIA; 2: Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin


Indigenizing the Digital Humanities: Challenges, Questions, and Research Opportunities

Jennifer Guiliano1, Carolyn Heitman2

1: IUPUI, United States of America; 2: University of Nebraska Lincoln, United States of America


Many Tongues, Multiple Networks: A Corpus-Based Pragmatic Study of Multilingualism on Nigerian Virtual Political Space

Tunde Olusola Opeibi1, Olusola Abiodun Aina2

1: University of Lagos, Nigeria; 2: Crawford University, & University of Lagos, Nigeria

LP-09: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts 260
Chair: Lee Bessette
 

WorldViews: Access to International Textbooks for Digital Humanities

Steffen Hennicke1, Andreas Witt2, Lena-Luise Stahn1, Ernesto William De Luca1, Kerstin Schwedes1

1: Georg Eckert Institute, Germany; 2: University of Cologne, Germany


Faculty conceptions of e-assessment

Mike Mimirinis

Anglia Ruskin, Cambridge, United Kingdom

PS-06: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 232
Chair: Andrew Piper
 

Studying Literary Characters and Character Networks

Andrew Piper1, Mark Algee-Hewitt2, Koustuv Sinha1, Derek Ruths1, Hardik Vala1

1: McGill University, Canada; 2: Stanford University, USA

PS-07: Panel Session
Location: Arts W-20
Chair: Lauren Tilton
 

Mapping 20th Century America

Lauren Tilton1, Taylor Arnold1, Jason Heppler2, Robert Nelson1

1: University of Richmond, USA; 2: University of Nebraska-Omaha, USA

PS-08: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 26
Chair: Sarah Elizabeth Connell
 

Only Connect!: Intertextuality, Circulation, and Networks in Digital Resources for Women’s Writing

Alison Booth2, Sarah Elizabeth Connell1, Marie-Louise Coolahan3, Jeremy Boggs2, Julia Flanders1, David Kelly3, Rennie Mapp2, Worthy Martin2

1: Northeastern University, United States of America; 2: University of Virginia, United States of America; 3: National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland

SP-02: Short Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 001
Chair: Alberto Campagnolo
 

Digital Access as an Equity Issue: The Community College and the Digital Divide

Polly Ruth Hoover

Wright College, United States of America


Site-specific Cultural Infrastructure: Promoting Access And Conquering The Digital Divide.

Andre Goodrich, Gustaf Templehoff, Juan Steyn

North-West University, South Africa


Limories - Expanding Access To Local Histories And Memories With Computational Aids In The Indian Context

Lakshmi Valsalakumari

International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad, India (Centre for Exact Humanities)


Makers by Mail: Providing Makers Technologies to All

Christina Boyles, Andrew Boyles-Petersen

University of Iowa, United States of America


Generous and Generative Communities for the Digital Humanities with the Digital Library of the Caribbean and Caribbean Studies

Laurie N. Taylor

University of Florida (USA), Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) (Multiple Countries, Caribbean)

SP-07: Short Paper Session
Location: Arts W-120
Chair: Kim Martin
 

Ouvrir les Boîtes Noires : un Outil Pédagogique pour une Approche Critique de la Recherche d'Information en Ligne.

Cyrille Suire1, Axel Jean-Caurant1, Charles Illouz2

1: Laboratoire Informatique, Image et Interaction (L3i), University of La Rochelle, France; 2: Centre de Recherche en Histoire Internationale et Atlantique (CRHIA), University of La Rochelle, France


Establishing a “Resilient Network” for Digital Humanities

Lisa Spiro1, Geneva Henry2, Toniesha Taylor3, Amanda French2

1: Rice University, United States of America; 2: George Washington University, United States of America; 3: Prairie View A & M University, United States of America


Collaborative Writing to Build Digital Humanities Praxis

Brandon Walsh

University of Virginia, United States of America


Annotonia: Annotations from Browser to TEI

Gregory John Tunink, Karin Dalziel, Jessica Dussault, Emily Rau

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries

 
3:00pm
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3:30pm
Break02: Coffee Break
Location: Redpath Hall
3:30pm
-
5:00pm
LP-10: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts W-20
Chair: Silvia Eunice Gutiérrez De la Torre
 

Measuring completeness as metadata quality metric in Europeana

Péter Király

Gesellschaft für wissenschaftliche Datenverarbeitung mbH Göttingen, Germany


Data Visualization in Archival Finding Aids: A New Paradigm for Access

Anne Bahde1, Cole Crawford2

1: Oregon State University Libraries and Press; 2: School of Writing, Literature, and Film, Oregon State University


Une Preuve de Concept pour la Sémantisation et la Visualisation Orientée Utilisateur de Données Archivistiques

Florence Clavaud1,2, Emmanuel Château-Dutier3,4

1: Archives nationales de France; 2: Centre Jean-Mabillon (EA 3624) de l’École nationale des chartes (France); 3: Université de Montréal. Département d’histoire de l’art et des études cinématographiques (Canada); 4: Centre de recherche interuniversitaire sur les humanités numériques (CRIHN) (Canada)

LP-11: Long Paper Session
Location: Leacock 232
Chair: Karina van Dalen-Oskam
 

Tempi Verbali e Strutture Narrative: l’Analisi Computazionale dei Morfemi Temporali nei Testi Narrativi Italiani tra Realismo e Modernismo

Fabio Ciotti

Università di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy


Did a Poet with Donkey Ears Write the Oldest Anthem in the World? Ideological Implications of the Computational Attribution of the Dutch National Anthem to Petrus Dathenus

Mike Kestemont1, Els Stronks2, Martine de Bruin3, Tim de Winkel2

1: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: Utrecht University, The Netherlands; 3: Meertens Institute, The Netherlands


Short Samples in Authorship Attribution: A New Approach

Maciej Eder1,2

1: Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences; 2: Pedagogical University, Krakow, Poland

LP-12: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts W-120
Chair: Laura Estill
 

Toponyms as Entry Points into a Digital Edition: Mapping The Torch (1899-1936)

Adrien Barbaresi

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria


Mapping the STC with MoEML and DEEP

Janelle Auriol Jenstad1,4, Tye Landels-Gruenewald2,4, Joseph Takeda3,4

1: University of Victoria; 2: Queen's University; 3: University of British Columbia; 4: The Map of Early Modern London (MoEML)


Quotidian Reading: Digitally Mapping Literary and Personal Geographies

Tom Keegan1, Sarah Bond2

1: The University of Iowa Libraries, United States of America; 2: The University of Iowa, Department of Classics, United States of America

PS-09: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 26
Chair: Roger Todd Whitson
 

Alternate Histories of the Digital Humanities

Amy Earhart1, Steven Jones2, Tara McPherson3, Padmini Ray Murray4, Roger Whitson5

1: Texas A&M; 2: University of South Florida; 3: University of Southern California; 4: Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology; 5: Washington State University

PS-15: Panel Session
Location: Arts 260
Chair: Andrew Hankinson
 

High-resolution musicology: Capturing and encoding source detail for medieval music

Julia Craig-McFeely3, Karen Desmond1, Ben Florin2, Andrew Hankinson3, Anna Kijas2

1: Brandeis University; 2: Boston College; 3: University of Oxford

PS-29: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 219
Chair: Bertrand Gervais
 

Thème: Imaginaires et pratiques de la culture mobile

Bertrand Gervais1, Sophie Marcotte2, Benoit Bordeleau3, Gina Cortopassi4, Lisa Tronca5, Alexandra Tremblay6

1: Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada; 2: Université Concordia; 3: Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada; 4: Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada; 5: Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada; 6: Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada

SP-09: Short Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 002
Chair: Dorothy Carr Porter
 

ELLE the EndLess LEarner: Exploring Second Language Acquisition Through an Endless Runner-style Video Game

Donald F. Merritt II, Emily Kuzneski Johnson, Amy Larner Giroux

University of Central Florida, United States of America


Medieval Textual Transmission Modeling in Unity3D

Lynn Ramey

Vanderbilt University, United States of America


Teaching Empathy Through Virtual Reality

Amanda Marie Licastro

Stevenson University, United States of America


Integrating Image Resources Into Virtual Research Environments For The Humanities – a Simple Image Presentation Interface (SIPI) based on IIIF

Lukas Rosenthaler, Andrea Bianco, Peter Fornaro

University of Basel, Switzerland

SP-10: Short Paper Session
Location: Leacock 110
Chair: Susan Brown
 

From Mnemosyne To Terpsichore - The Bilderatlas After The Image

Leonardo Laurence Impett, Sabine Süsstrunk

IVRL and DHI, School of Information and Communication Sciences, EPFL, Switzerland


Interactive Visual Exploration of the Regesta Imperii

Markus John1, Christian Richter1, Steffen Koch1, Andreas Kuczera2, Thomas Ertl1

1: Institute for Visualization and Interactive Systems (VIS), University of Stuttgart; 2: Academy of Sciences and Literature, University of Mainz


Personæ: A Character-Visualisation Tool for Dramatic Texts

Justin Emmet Tonra, David Kelly, Lindsay Ann Reid

National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland


Smelly London: visualising historical smells through text-mining, geo-referencing and mapping.

Deborah Leem

Wellcome Trust, United Kingdom


The Shape of History: Reimagining Nineteenth-Century Data Visualization

Caroline Foster, Adam Hayward, Svyatoslav Kucheryavykh, Angela Vujic, Maninder Japra, Shivani Negi, Lauren F. Klein

Georgia Institute of Technology, United States of America

SP-11: Short Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 001
Chair: Aurélien Berra
 

Sharing Surgical Scars: Social Networks and the Many Gendered Meanings of Mastectomy

Kj Surkan

MIT, United States of America


A “Wind of Change” - Shaping Public Opinion of the “Arab Spring” Using Metaphors

Alexandra Núñez1, Malte Gerloff2, Erik-Lân Do Dinh3, Andrea Rapp1, Petra Gehring2, Iryna Gurevych3

1: Institut für Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft, TU Darmstadt; 2: Institut für Philosophie, TU Darmstadt; 3: UKP Lab, TU Darmstadt


Personality and Politics: Myers-Briggs Personality Types on Twitter in the US 2016 Presidential Election

Patrick Juola, Sean Vinsick

Duquesne University, United States of America


Missionaries, Politicians, and Boy Bands: Onlooker Behavior on Twitter During the Nepal, Kumamoto, and Ecuador Earthquakes

David Lawrence Shepard1, Takako Hashimoto2, Hiroshi Okamoto5, Tetsuji Kuboyama3, Kilho Shin4

1: UCLA, United States of America; 2: Chiba University of Commerce, Tokyo, Japan; 3: Gakushuin University, Japan; 4: Hyogo University, Japan; 5: RIKEN Brain Science Institute

5:00pm
-
5:50pm
Poster-01: Poster Session #1
Location: McLennan Library (main hallway)
 

The VSim Repository and Archive: Knowledge Mobilization for 3D Research

Lisa M. Snyder

University of California, Los Angeles, United States of America


"Tasso in Music Project: Digital Edition of the Settings of Torquato Tasso's Poetry, ca. 1570-1640"

Emiliano Ricciardi

University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States of America


A Collaborative Approach between Art History and Literature via IIIF

Kiyonori Nagasaki1, Tetsuei Tsuda2, Yuho Kitazaki3, A. Charles Muller3, Masahiro Shimoda3

1: International Institute for Digital Humanities, Japan; 2: Tokyo National Research Institute for Cultural Properties; 3: The University of Tokyo


Interpreting Racial Identities and Resistance to Segregation in the Digital Sphere

Mishio Yamanaka

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States of America


Lexos: An Integrated Lexomics Workflow

Scott Kleinman1, Mark LeBlanc2

1: California State University, Northridge, United States of America; 2: Wheaton College, MA, United States of America


Limiter L'Impact Des Erreurs OCR Sur Les Représentations Distribuées De Mots

Axel Jean-Caurant, Cyrille Suire, Vincent Courboulay, Jean-Christophe Burie

L3i, Université de La Rochelle, France


Creating a Policy Framework for Analytic Access to In-Copyright Works for Non-Consumptive Research

Eleanor F. Dickson1, Daniel G. Tracy1, Sandra McIntyre2, Bobby Glushko3, Robert H. McDonald4, Brandon Butler5, J. Stephen Downie1

1: University of Illinois, United States of America; 2: HathiTrust Operation, United States of America; 3: University of Western Ontario; 4: Indiana University; 5: University of Virginia


Exploring Word Formation Latin

Eleonora Litta

Universita' Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy


The Bodleian TEI Catalogue Consolidation Project

James C. Cummings, Andrew Hankinson

University of Oxford, United Kingdom


ARL Digital Scholarship Institute

Sarah Melton1, Michelle Dalmau2, Nora Dimmock3, Dan Tracy4, Erin Glass5

1: Boston College, United States of America; 2: Indiana University, United States of America; 3: University of Rochester, United States of America; 4: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America; 5: University of California, San Diego, United States of America


Photogrammar and the Federal Writer’s Project: A Model for Teaching Data and Mapping Rhetoric

Courtney J. Rivard1, Laura Wexler2

1: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, United States of America; 2: Yale University, United States of America


VisColl: Visualizing the physical structure of medieval manuscripts, a poster and demonstration

Dot Porter1, Alexandra Gillespie2, Alberto Campagnolo3, Laura Mitchell2, Rachel Di Cresce2

1: University of Pennsylvania Libraries, United States of America; 2: University of Toronto, Canada; 3: Library of Congress, United States of America


nodegoat: Enabling Explorative Research

Pim van Bree, Geert Kessels

LAB1100, Netherlands, The


Bretez II : La machine à remonter le temps

Mylène Pardoen

Institut des Sciences de l'Homme de Lyon (ISH de Lyon) - FRE 3768/CNRS, France


Death by Numbers: Bills of Mortality in Early Modern London

Jessica Otis

Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America


Humanities At Scale – Creating A Network Of Expertise And A Sustainable Infrastructure For Digital Humanities Projects In Europe

Markus Matoni1, Jenny Oltersdorf2, Dirk Roorda3, Carsten Thiel1

1: State and University Library Göttingen, Germany; 2: FH Potsdam, Germany; 3: Data Archiving and Networked Services, Netherlands


Introducing the Open Online Newspaper Initiative

Jessica Dussault1, Laura Weakly1, Karin Dalziel1, Jeremy Echols2, Karen M. Estlund3, Andrew Gearhart3, Sheila Rabun4, Greg Tunink1

1: University of Nebraska-Lincoln; 2: University of Oregon; 3: The Pennsylvania State University; 4: IIIF Consortium


The Victoria Press Circle

Miranda Claire Marraccini

Princeton University, United States of America


Embedding Digital Humanities in a Classics Master Programme

Aurélien Berra

Université Paris-Ouest Nanterre, France


“My Name is Lizzie Bennet:” Reading, Participation, and Jane Austen Across Media Platforms

Meredith Dabek

Maynooth University, Ireland


Mapping Prohibition: The Challenges of Digitally (Re)creating Historical Spaces

Hannah C. Griggs

Boston College, United States of America


A Handbook of Electronic Literature Reading

Élika Ortega1, Erik Radio2

1: Northeastern University, United States of America; 2: University of Arizona, United States of America


Effective Identification of Citations in the Kanseki Repository

Christian Wittern

Kyoto University, Japan


Between Page and Screen by Amaranth Borsuk and Brad Bouse. Translating an AR poetry book

Piotr Marecki1, Aleksandra Małecka2

1: Jagiellonian University, Poland; 2: Jagiellonian University, Poland


Digital Humanities at Berkeley and the Digital Life Project

Claudia von Vacano, Abigail T. De Kosnik De Kosnik, Stephen Best, Christopher Hench

UC Berkeley, United States of America


Stylo: Repenser la chaîne éditoriale numérique pour les revues savantes en sciences humaines

Nicolas Sauret1,2, Emmanuel Chateau1,2, Arthur Juchereau1,2, Servanne Monjour1,2, Marcello Vitali Rosati1,2, Michael Sinatra1,2

1: CRC Digital Textualities (Udem), Canada; 2: Université de Montréal, Canada


Mapping Linked Data Subject Headings in the Library Catalog

Patrick J Burns1, Gabriel Mckee1, David M Ratzan1, Tom Elliott2,3

1: Institute for the Study of the Ancient World Library; 2: Institute for the Study of the Ancient World Digital Programs; 3: Pleiades


Re(a)d Wedding: A Comparative Discourse Analysis of Fan Responses to Game of Thrones

Eric Forcier

School of Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, Australia


Big-Data Oriented Text Analysis For The Humanities: Pedagogical Use Of The HathiTrust+Bookworm Tool

Sayan Bhattacharyya1, Christi Merrill2, Peter Organisciak3, Benjamin Schmidt4, Loretta Auvil3, Erez Lieberman Aiden5,6, J. Stephen Downie3

1: University of Pennsylvania; 2: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; 3: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; 4: Northeastern University; 5: Rice University; 6: Baylor College of Medicine


Information and System Design for Diversity: Can We Do Better?

Amanda Rust, Julia Flanders, Cara Messina

Northeastern University, United States of America


DH Box:

Jojo Karlin, Patrick Smyth, Stephen Zweibel, Matthew K. Gold

The Graduate Center, CUNY, United States of America


Mapping Violence: Visualizing State-Sanctioned Racial Violence on the Mexico/Texas Border (1900-1930)

Jim McGrath, Monica Martinez, Cole Hansen, Edward Jiao

Brown University, United States of America


POSTagging and Semantic Dictionary Creation for Hittite Cuneiform

Timo Homburg

Mainz University Of Applied Sciences, Germany


American Panorama: An Atlas of United States History

Justin Madron, Nathaniel Ayers

University of Richmond, United States of America


Collaborative Approaches to Open up Russian Manuscript Lexicons

Kira Kovalenko1,2, Eveline Wandl-Vogt1

1: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria; 2: Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia


Editing Melville's "Billy Budd" with TextLab, Juxta Editions, and MEL Catalog

Nick Laiacona

Performant Software Solutions, United States of America


HumaReC project: digital New Testament and continuous data publishing

Sara Schulthess, Anastasia Chasapi, Ioannis Xenarios, Martial Sankar, Claire Clivaz

Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Vital-IT, Switzerland


Making topic modeling easy. A programming library in Python

Fotis Jannidis, Steffen Pielström, Christof Schöch, Thorsten Vitt

University of Würzburg, Germany


Mnemosine, Biblioteca Digital de La otra Edad de Plata (1868-1936)

Dolores Romero-López1, Lucía Cotarelo-Estaban2, Jose Luis Bueren-Gómez-Acebo3

1: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain; 2: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain; 3: Biblioteca Nacional de España, Sapin


Tropy: A Tool for Research Photo Management

Stephen Murray Robertson, Abigail Garland Mullen

George Mason University, United States of America


Your Own Personal Matrix: Generationally Mediated Realities and the Digital Culture of Choice

Adrian Leigh Cook

Tarrant County College, United States of America


“Comparing Correspondences: Robert Southey and Willa Cather”

Gabriel Anderson Hankins1, Frank Elavsky2

1: Clemson University, United States of America; 2: Northwestern University, United States of America


“Cast Your Net Wide: Finding Historical References in Parliamentary Data"

Alex Olieman, Kaspar Beelen

University of Amsterdam, Netherlands


Designing from a Narrative: Leveraging the 6 Point Story Method to Facilitate Interaction Design in Digital Humanities Projects

Shane Adam McGarry

Maynooth University, Ireland


Humanities Data Centre (HDC) - Developing Services for Heterogenous Humanities Research Data

Stefan Buddenbohm, Claudia Engelhardt, Carsten Thiel

Göttingen State and University Library, Germany


Text Mining Eighteenth-Century Travel Writing: The “I” and Autobiography of Narration

Catherine Nygren

McGill, Canada


Archivlo: Digitizing the Archival Research Workflow

Zoe Genevieve LeBlanc1,2, E. Kyle Romero1,3

1: Department of History, Vanderbilt University, United States of America; 2: Vanderbilt Center of Digital Humanities; 3: Vanderbilt Institute for Digital Learning


Modelling a Prosopography for the Roman Republic

Luís Figueira, Miguel Vieira

King's Digital Lab, King's College London, United Kingdom


Collecting Name of Historical Person from Historical Material Related to Japan

Taizo Yamada, Satoshi Inoue

The University of Tokyo, Japan


Go Queer: Producing Queer Place with Locative Media

Maureen Engel, Bamdad Aghilidehkordi, Kaitlyn Clafin, Michaela Stang, Nailisa Tanner

University of Alberta, Canada


The Game of Writing: Gamification and Social Commenting in Writing Instruction

Jinman Zhang, Roger Graves, Heather Graves, Geoffrey Rockwell

University of Alberta, Canada


Coffee Zone: Del cafetal al futuro / From the coffee fields to the future

Mark Anderson, Hannah Scates Kettler

University of Iowa, United States of America


Digital Humanities Clinics - Leading Dutch Librarians Into DH

Michiel Cock1, Lotte Wilms2

1: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands, The; 2: Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands


Playing with Time

Jeri Wieringa

George Mason University, United States of America


Seven Years of Research on Digital 3D Reconstruction in Humanities – Results, Implications And perspectives

Sander Münster

TU Dresden, Germany

6:10pm
-
7:00pm
Poster-02: Poster Session #2
Location: McLennan Library (main hallway)
 

DH Uncentered: Fostering Partnerships Within a Digital Humanities Network

Laura Braunstein, Scott Millspaugh

Dartmouth College


La Localisation du Jaune dans des Dessins de Dieux Réalisés par des Enfants

Christelle Cocco1, Damien Firmenich2, Pierre-Yves Brandt1, Sabine Süsstrunk2

1: University of Lausanne, Switzerland; 2: École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland


Modeling Student Authorship: The Rhetoric of Markup in the Writing Classroom

Kevin G. Smith

Northeastern University, United States of America


Points, Lines, Polygons, and Pixels: A Framework for Teaching & Learning Humanities through Visualization

Hannah L. Jacobs

Duke University, United States of America


"Mapping Borges in the Argentine Publishing Industry (1930-1951)"

Nora Christine Benedict

University of Virginia, United States of America


Spatial-temporal Variation based Innovation History Visualization: A Case Study of the Liquid Crystal Institute at Kent State University

Tao Hu1,2, Marcia Zeng1, Yin Zhang1, Xinyue Ye1, Hongshan Li1

1: Kent State University, United States of America; 2: Wuhan University, People's Republic of China


Distant Seeing TV

Taylor Baillie Arnold, Lauren Craig Tilton

University of Richmond, United States of America


Access to DH Pedagogy as the Norm: Introducing Students to DH Methods Across the Curriculum and at a Distance

Daniel G. Tracy, Elizabeth Massa Hoiem

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America


1947Partition On The Margins: The Untold Testimonies Of Sikh, Bahawalpur And Marwari Communities

Shaifali Arora, Nirmala Menon

Indian Institute of Technology Indore, India


Genealogies of VR in the archives

Elizabeth Chamberlin Parke, Liz Ridolfo

University of Toronto, Canada


Digital Humanities Pedagogy in the University of Washington Information School MLIS Program

Helene C. Williams

University of Washington, United States of America


Journaux Intimes Francophones en Russie au XIXe siècle : une Approche Textométrique de l’Interaction des Langues et des Cultures

Alexei Lavrentiev1, Michèle Debrenne2, Dmitry Dolgushin2, Nina Panina2, Andrey Borodikhin3, Serge Heiden1

1: IHRIM Research Lab, CNRS & ENS de Lyon, France; 2: Novosibirsk State University, Russia; 3: State Public Scientific Technological Library of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences


The Creative Computing Lab in Poland

Piotr Marecki1, Jakub Woynarowski2

1: Jagiellonian University, Poland; 2: Academy of Fine Arts, Kraków, Poland


MemoryGraph: Digital Critique of Old Photographs Using a Mobile App that Enhances the Interpretation of Landscape

Asanobu Kitamoto

National Institute of Informatics, Japan


Information Infrastructure of Linked Data for Promoting Integrated Studies of Cultural and Research Resources

Makoto GOTO, Ayako SHIBUTANI

National Museum of Japanese History, Japan


Authorship of Dream of the Red Chamber: A Topic Modeling Approach

Keli Du

Universität Würzburg, Germany


Design of a Corpus and an Interactive Annotation Tool for Graphic Literature

Jochen Laubrock, Sven Hohenstein, Eike Richter

University of Potsdam, Germany, Germany


Enhancing Domain-Specific Entity Linking in DH

Federico Nanni1, Yang Zhao1, Simone Paolo Ponzetto1, Laura Dietz2

1: University of Mannheim, Germany; 2: University of New Hampshire


Understanding Narrative: Computational Approaches to Detecting Narrative Frames

Eva Portelance1,2, Andrew Piper1,2

1: McGill University, Canada; 2: .txtLab@McGill


Constructing Linked Knowledge around Southeast Asian Studies

Akihiro Kameda, Shoichiro Hara

Center for Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University, Japan


Construction of the “Corpus of Historical Japanese: Meiji-Taisho Series I - Magazines”

Toshinobu OGISO1, Asuko KONDO1, Yoko MABUCHI2, Noriko HATTORI1

1: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Japan; 2: Meiji University


Database of Belarusian Periodicals

Ingo Börner1, Gun-Britt Kohler2, Sünna Looschen2

1: University of Vienna, Austria; 2: University of Oldenburg, Germany


Neoclassica – an open framework for research in Neoclassicism

Simon Donig, Maria Christoforaki, Siegfried Handschuh, Bernhard Bermeitinger

University of Passau, Germany


Frequently Cited Passages Across Time: New Methods for Studying the Critical Reception of Texts

Jonathan Pearce Reeve, Milan Terlunen, Sierra Eckert

Group for Experimental Methods in the Humanities, Columbia University, United States of America


Getting Medieval: Open Access and Networked Pedagogy

Suzanne Akbari, Alexandra Bolintineanu

University of Toronto, Canada


Supplementing Melody, Lyrics, and Acoustic Information to the McGill Billboard Database

Hubert Léveillé Gauvin, Nathaniel Condit-Schultz, Claire Arthur

Ohio State University, United States of America


Textograf: Web Application for Manuscripts Digitization

Boris V. Orekhov1, Fekla Tolstoy2

1: National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation; 2: The Leo Tolstoy State Museum, Russian Federation


Unpacking Collaboration in Digital History Projects

Max Kemman

University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg


Add Slander and Stir: Reprinting of Anti-Labor Stories in Early-Twentieth-Century American Newspapers

Vilja Hulden

University of Colorado Boulder


A Case Study of Automated Curation of Digital Archives

Fabiola Hanna

University of California, Santa Cruz, United States of America


The Use of the Cognitive Digital Games in School: Contributions for the Attention

Daniela Karine Ramos, Bruna Anastacio

Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil


Beyond the Historic Facade: Skyscrapers, Scapegoats, and the Digital Reclamation of Toronto’s Queer Streetscapes

Constance Crompton1, Michelle Schwartz2

1: University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus, Canada; 2: Ryerson University, Canada


EGOlink: Supporting Editors of Online Historical Sources through Automatic Link Discovery

Hatem Mousselly Sergieh1, Michael Piotrowski2, Iryna Gurevych1

1: Technische Universität Darmstadt, UKP Lab, Germany; 2: Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG), Germany


Virtual Hamlet

Augustus Wendell, Louis Wells

New Jersey Institute of Technology, United States of America


SLaTE: A System for Labeling Topics with Entities

Anne Lauscher, Federico Nanni, Simone Paolo Ponzetto

University of Mannheim, Germany


On the Impact of the Merseburg Incantations

Stefan Jänicke

Leipzig University, Germany


A Seat At "La Tawola"

Michael Anthony Iannozzi

Western University, Canada


Building Entity-Centric Event Collections For Supporting Research in Political and Social History

Federico Nanni1, Nikolay Marinov2, Simone Paolo Ponzetto1, Laura Dietz3

1: Data and Web Science Group, University of Mannheim, Germany; 2: Department of Political Science, University of Mannheim, Germany; 3: Department of Computer Science, University of New Hampshire, USA


What's in a word? Exploring words and their usage in the "Dictionnaire Vivant de la Langue Française"

Clovis Gladstone1,2, Charles Cooney1,2, Tim Allen1

1: ARTFL, United States of America; 2: University of Chicago, United States of America


Toward A Typology Of Digital Thematic Research Collections

Katrina Simone Fenlon

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America


Temporal Loci And Mixed Reality: An Experiment In Diversifying Visualizations Of Time And Space

Celeste Tường Vy Sharpe, Sarah Calhoun

Carleton College, United States of America


ObservatóR!O2016

Julia Giannella1, Luiz Velho2

1: IMPA, UERJ; 2: IMPA


Long-term outcomes of humanities higher and further education in England and Wales

Nicola Jane Shelton

UCL, United Kingdom


A New and Improved Method to Text-Mining in Chinese: Closer Language Segmentation in Detecting the Shifting Meaning of Patriotism

Anne Shen Chao, Qiwei Li

Rice University, United States of America


Collocations and Network Structure Provide Insights to Functional Elements of Adaptive Capacity

Anne R Siders

Stanford University, United States of America


Generative Model For Latent Reasons For Modifications

David Lassner

TU Berlin, Germany


Active Archives: New Modes of Interaction with Online Archives

Josh Cowls, Evan Higgins, Kurt Fendt

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America


Public Humanities: In Search Of A Field

Jim McGrath, Robyn Schroeder, Inge Zwart

Brown University, United States of America


Mapping Pliny Social Network: A Case Study in Digital Prosopography

Benjamin Wesley Hicks

Princeton University, United States of America


How Agatha Christie Described Women?: The Behaviour of She in Christie's Novels

Narumi Tsuchimura

Osaka University, Japan


Complex Network Visualisation for the History of Interdisciplinarity: Mapping 40 years of Science Funding in Switzerland

Martin Grandjean1, Pierre Benz2, Thierry Rossier3

1: University of Lausanne, Department of History; 2: University of Lausanne, Department of Sociology; 3: University of Lausanne, Department of Political Science


Athar : Numérisation, Indexation Et Mise En Ligne Enrichie Des Bulletins Du Comité De Conservation Des Monuments De L’Art Arabe (1882-1953)

Hélène Bégnis1, Pierre Mounier2

1: Univ. de Lyon, Ens de Lyon, CNRS, Persée, France; 2: INVISU, CNRS, INHA, France


An Open, Reproducible Method for Teaching Text Analysis with R

Tassie Gniady, Eric Wernert

Indiana University, United States of America


Towards an integrated Set of Annotations for Folktales

Thierry Declerck

German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), University of Vienna


L’Accès vu comme une Contrainte et un Défi : le processus de naissance d’une base de données

Pinelopi Skarsouli, Dina Bacalexi

National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), France


Body parts in Norwegian books

Lars Gunnarsønn Johnsen

National Library of Norway, Norway


The new literacy practice of young Taiwanese writers, illustrators, social innovators, and makers

Su-Yen Chen, Jason S. Chang, Hsing-Yu Chang, Hsin-Yu Kuo, Yu-Hsuan Wu

National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan, Taiwan

Date: Thursday, 10/Aug/2017
8:00am
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9:30am
LP-13: Long Paper Session
Location: Leacock 232
Chair: Elisabeth Burr
 

Social Semantic Annotation with Recogito 2

Leif Isaksen1, Rainer Simon2, Elton T. E. Barker3

1: Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: AIT: Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria; 3: The Open University, United Kingdom


GutenTag: A User-Friendly, Open-Access, Open-Source System for Reproducible Large-Scale Computational Literary Analysis

Adam Hammond1, Julian Brooke2

1: San Diego State University, United States of America; 2: University of Melbourne, Australia


Literary Exploration Machine. New Tool for Distant Readers of Polish Literature.

Maciej Piasecki1, Tomasz Walkowiak1, Maciej Maryl2

1: Wrocław University of Technology, Poland; 2: Institute of Literary Research, Polish Academy of Sciences

LP-14: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts W-120
Chair: Diane Katherine Jakacki
 

Livingstone Online: Access Beyond Openness

Megan Elizabeth Ward1, Adrian S. Wisnicki2

1: Oregon State University; 2: University of Nebraska - Lincoln


Opening up the /Oxford English Dictionary/: What an enhanced legacy dataset can tell us about language, lexicography, literature, and history.

David-Antoine Williams

St Jerome's University in the University of Waterloo, Canada

LP-15: Long Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 002
Chair: Paige Courtney Morgan
 

Mechanizing the Humanities? King’s Digital Lab as Critical Experiment

Paul Caton1, Ginestra Ferraro1, Luis Figueira1, Elliott Hall1, Neil Jakeman1, Pam Mellen1, Anna-Maria Sichani2, James Smithies1, Miguel Vieira1, Tim Watts1, Carina Westling1

1: King's College London, United Kingdom; 2: Huygens ING, Netherlands


Negotiating Meaning and Value: Institutional Research Assistantships, Digital Projects, and Art History

Julia Polyck-O'Neill1, Molly Kalkstein2

1: Brock University, Canada; 2: University of Arizona, USA


Huma-Num : Une infrastructure française pour les Sciences Humaines et Sociales. Stratégie, organisation et fonctionnement

Nicolas Larrousse, Olivier Baude, Adeline Joffres, Stéphane Pouyllau

CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Sienctifique), France

PS-11: Panel Session
Location: Bronfman 001
Chair: Tassie Gniady
 

Research Computing's Demand for Humanists, and Vice Versa

Quinn Dombrowski1, Tassie Gniady2, Megan Meredith-Lobay3, Jeffrey Tharsen4, Lee Zickel5, John Simpson6

1: UC Berkeley, United States of America; 2: Indiana University, United States of America; 3: University of British Columbia, Canada; 4: University of Chicago, United States of America; 5: Case Western Reserve University, United States of America; 6: Compute Canada, Canada

PS-12: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 26
Chair: Yannick Rochat
 

Visualizing Futures of Networks in Digital Humanities Research

Micki Kaufman1, Zoe LeBlanc2, Matthew Lincoln3, Yannick Rochat4, Scott B. Weingart5

1: Graduate Center of the City University of New York; 2: Vanderbilt University; 3: Getty Research Institute; 4: University of Lausanne; 5: Carnegie Mellon University

PS-13: Panel Session
Location: Arts W-215
Chair: Jean Ann Bauer
 

Archeologies of Reading: Modeling and Recreating the Annotation Practices of Gabriel Harvey, John Dee, Jacques Derrida, and the Winthrop Family

Jean Ann Bauer1, Matthew Symonds2, Anthony Grafton1, Jennifer Rampling1, Katie Chenoweth1, Christian Flow1

1: Princeton University, United States of America; 2: University College London, United Kingdom

SP-12: Short Paper Session
Location: Arts W-20
Chair: Jeremy Boggs
 

Designing Collaborative Ecosystems and community organization: Introducing the multidisciplinary portal on "Biodiversity and Linguistic Diversity: A Collaborative Knowledge Discovery Environment"

Eveline Wandl-Vogt1, Davor Ostojic1, Barbara Piringer1, Heimo Rainer2, Ksenia Zsaytseva1

1: Austrian Academy of Sciences (AAS), Ausrian Centre for Digital Humanities (ACDH),Austria; 2: Natural History Museum Vienna (NHM), Austria


How Access Determines The Whole Structuration Of A European Infrastructure: The Example Of DARIAH

Suzanne Dumouchel

DARIAH, France


Decolonizing Knowledge Structures in Open Access and Scholarly Publishing

Nirmala Menon, Shaifali Arora

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), India


Une approche de conception collaborative et d’exploitation des modèles ontologiques des données, facilement extensibles et compatibles avec le Web des Données Ouvertes (LOD) pour les Humanités Numériques (DH)

Hammou Fadili1, Ahcène Ouguenoun2

1: LIP6, CNAM, France; 2: ADBI, France


Rewards: Books, Boundedness and Reading in Participatory Culture

Kathi Inman Berens

Portland State University, United States of America

SP-13: Short Paper Session
Location: Arts 260
Chair: Glen Worthey
 

Voces. An R-based Dashboard for Lexical Semantics

Krzysztof Nowak

Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland


Chatbot Based Content Discovery: Faulkner Bot in the Archive

Aaron Mathew Mauro

Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, United States of America


Natural Language Processing for the Long Tail

David Bamman

University of California, Berkeley, United States of America


I Built An App To Revitalize A Language - Now What?

Nicolle Bourget

Royal Roads University, Canada

SP-14: Short Paper Session
Location: Leacock 219
Chair: Marco Büchler
 

Digital Hansard – Politics and the Uncivil

Marc Alexander, Andrew Struan

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom


Semantic Domains in Picasso’s Poetry

Luis Meneses1, Enrique Mallen2

1: Center for the Study of Digital Libraries - Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2: Sam Houston State University


Bernard of Clairvaux and Nicholas of Montiéramey: Tracing the Secretarial Trail with Stylometry

Jeroen De Gussem

Universiteit Gent, Belgium


Verifying the Authorship of Saikaku Ihara’s Arashi ha Mujyō Monogatari in Early Modern Japanese Literature: A Quantitative Approach

Ayaka Uesaka

Doshisha University, Japan


Reconstructing Readerly Attention: Citational Practices and the Canon, 1789-2016

Mark Andrew Algee-Hewitt, David McClure, Hannah Walser

Stanford University, United States of America

9:30am
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10:00am
Break03: Coffee Break
Location: Redpath Hall
10:00am
-
11:30am
LP-16: Long Paper Session
Location: Leacock 232
Chair: Amy Earhart
 

Defactoring Pace of Change

Joris J. Van Zundert1, Matt Burton2

1: Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands - Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences; 2: University of Pittsburgh


Getting at Metaphor

Katharine Coles

University of Utah, United States of America


Quill: Reconstructing the Secretary's Desk for the Records of the 1787 Convention

Nicholas Cole, Alfie Abdul-Rahman, Grace Mallon, Kate Howarth

University of Oxford, United Kingdom

LP-17: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts W-120
Chair: Helene C. Williams
 

Regrowing Egyptian Cults

Adam Mertel1, Tomáš Glomb2, Zdeněk Stachoň1

1: Masaryk University, Department of Geography, Czech Republic; 2: Masaryk University, Department for the Study of Religions, Czech Republic


“A Pale Reflection of the Violent Truth? Practice and Pedagogy with a Digital Geography of American Lynching”

Seth Kotch, Elijah Gaddis

UNC-Chapel Hill, United States of America


Regional Classification of Traditional Japanese Folk Songs from Southwest Regions

Akihiro Kawase

Doshisha University, Japan

LP-18: Long Paper Session
Location: Leacock 219
Chair: Christof Schöch
 

What News is New?: Ads, Extras, and Viral Texts on the Nineteenth-Century Newspaper Page

Ryan Cordell, David Smith

Northeastern University, United States of America


Word Vectors in the Eighteenth Century

Ryan James Heuser

Stanford, United States of America


Orosius’ Histories: A Digital Intertextual Investigation Into The First Christian History Of Rome

Greta Franzini, Marco Büchler

Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany

PS-10: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 26
Chair: Alicia Rose Peaker
 

The Environmental and Human Costs of DH

Alicia Peaker1, Jeffrey Moro2, Christina Boyles4, Nicholas Weber5, Margaret Linley3, Lindsay Barbieri6

1: Bryn Mawr College, United States; 2: University of Maryland, United States; 3: Simon Fraser University, Canada; 4: University of Iowa, United States; 5: University of Washington, United States; 6: University of Vermont, United States

PS-14: Panel Session
Location: Bronfman 001
Chair: Christy Hyman
 

Decolonizing Methodologies: Recovery and Access Amidst the Ruins

Christy Hyman1, Anelise Shrout2, Kathryn Kaczmarek-Frew3, Hilary Green4, Nishani Frazier5, Brian Rosenblum6

1: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States of America; 2: California State University-Fullerton; 3: University of Maryland; 4: University of Alabama; 5: Miami University; 6: University of Kansas

PS45-02: 45 Minute Panel Session
Location: Bronfman 002
Chair: Marcia Lei Zeng
 

Smart Data Approaches to Exploring Independent Datasets across Disciplines, Media, and Perspectives for Research in the Humanities

Marcia Lei Zeng1, James Lee2, Arlene Johnson2

1: Kent State University, United States of America; 2: University of Cincinnati, United States of America


Hack, Yack, Stack: Access, Culture, and DH Infrastructure

Laura Braunstein1, Thomas Padilla2, Amanda Visconti3

1: Dartmouth College; 2: University of California Santa Barbara; 3: Purdue University

SP-15: Short Paper Session
Location: Arts 260
Chair: Julianne Nyhan
 

Network Dynamics, Plot Analysis: Approaching the Progressive Structuration of Literary Texts

Frank Fischer1, Mathias Göbel2, Dario Kampkaspar3, Christopher Kittel4, Peer Trilcke5

1: National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow; 2: Göttingen State and University Library; 3: Herzog August Library, Wolfenbüttel; 4: University of Graz; 5: University of Potsdam


La Production de l’Espace dans l’Imprimé Français d’Ancien Régime : Le Cas de la Gazette

François Dominic Laramée

Université de Montréal, Canada


Reading the Norton Anthologies: Databases, Canons, and “Careers”

Erik Fredner, David McClure, JD Porter

Stanford University, United States of America


Beyond Coocurrence: Network Visualization in the Civil War Governors of Kentucky

Patrick A. Lewis1, Jeff Dycus1, Anthony P. Curtis1, Whitney R. Smith1, Sara Carlstead Brumfield2, Ben W. Brumfield2

1: Kentucky Historical Society; 2: Brumfield Labs, LLC

SP-16: Short Paper Session
Location: Arts W-20
Chair: Elika Ortega
 

Multimode and Multilevel: Vertical Dimension in Historical and Literary Networks

Martin Grandjean

University of Lausanne


Designing Tools for Macro-Scale Data Analysis in the History of Science

Elyse Graham, Robert Crease

SUNY Stony Brook, United States of America


Binary Truths: Developing a Linked Data Model for Historiographical Arguments

M. H. Beals

Loughborough University, United Kingdom


Linked Places: A Modeling Pattern and Software for Representing Historical Movement

Karl Grossner1, Merrick Lex Berman2, Rainer Simon3

1: World Heritage Web; 2: Harvard University; 3: Austrian Institute of Technology


RAT 2.0

Winfried Höhn, Christoph Schommer

Dept of Computer Science, ILIAS Lab, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

SP-17: Short Paper Session
Location: Arts W-215
Chair: John Edward Simpson
 

Overcoming Data Sparsity for Relation Detection in German Novels

Markus Krug, Isabella Reger, Fotis Jannidis, Lukas Weimer, Nathalie Madarász, Frank Puppe

University of Wuerzburg, Germany


Network analysis of the manuscript context of Old Icelandic literature

Katarzyna Anna Kapitan

University of Copenhagen, Denmark


Using Methods of Computational Linguistics for Resolving the "Homeric Question"

Christoph Beierle1, Norbert Blößner2, Sebastian Kruse1,3

1: University of Hagen, Germany; 2: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; 3: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, Germany


Digital Analysis Of The Literary Reception Of J.W. V. Goethe’s Die Leiden Des Jungen Werthers

Sandra Murr, Florian Barth

Universität Stuttgart, Germany

11:30am
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12:30pm
Mtg-03: ACH Annual General Meeting
Location: Leacock 26
11:30am
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1:30pm
Lunch02: Lunch Break. Concurrent Meetings: ACH AGM (11:30-12:30), GeoHumanities SIG (12:30-1:30)
Location: Leacock 26
12:30pm
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1:30pm
Mtg-07: GeoHumanities Special Interest Group Meeting
Location: Leacock 219
1:30pm
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3:00pm
LP-19: Long Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 002
Chair: Daniel Paul O'Donnell
 

From Usability Testing and Text Analysis to User-Response Criticism

Florentina Armaselu1, Catherine Emma Jones2

1: University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg; 2: University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg


De quoi est-il question dans le discours en art contemporain? La fouille de textes appliquée à l’art contemporain dans les centres d’artistes

Dominic Forest, Vinh Truong, Lemay Yvon

Université de Montréal, Canada


Modeling Creativity: Tracking Long-term Lexical Change

Peter Organisciak1, Samuel Franklin2

1: University of Illinois, United States of America; 2: Brown University, United States of America

LP-20: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts 260
Chair: Laura Estill
 

Corpora and Complex Networks as Cultural Critique: Investigating Race and Gender Bias in Graphic Narratives

Alexander Dunst, Rita Hartel

University of Paderborn, Germany


The Seven Words of the Virgin: Identifying change in the discourse context of the concept of virginity in Early Modern English

Susan Fitzmaurice2, Marc Alexander1, Justyna Robinson3, Michael Pidd2, Iona Hine2, Seth Mehl2, Fraser Dallachy1, Matthew Groves2, Kathryn Rogers2, Brian Aitken1

1: University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; 2: University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; 3: University of Sussex, United Kingdom


How to Close Read a Topic Model: TWiC Reads Emily Dickinson's Fascicles

Jonathan Ilan Armoza

New York University, United States of America

LP-21: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts W-20
Chair: Marco Büchler
 

Multiplying Access: the Marianne Moore Digital Archive's Tools and Methods for Collaboration

Nikolaus Lee Wasmoen

University at Buffalo, United States of America


Mining the Cultural Memory of Irish Industrial Schools Using Word Embedding and Text Classification

Susan Leavy, Emilie Pine, Mark Keane

University College Dublin, Ireland


Tracing Swerves Of Influence: Text Reuse And The Reception Of Lucretius In 18th-century England

Charles M. Cooney, Clovis Gladstone

ARTFL, United States of America

PS-16: Panel Session
Location: Arts W-215
Chair: Susan L. Wiesner
 

Schrifttanz Zwei

Susan L. Wiesner1, Rommie L. Stalnaker3, Stephen Ramsay2, Brian Pytlik Zillig2

1: University of Maryland Libraries, United States of America; 2: University Of Nebraska - Lincoln; 3: Independent Scholar

PS-17: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 219
Chair: Vika Zafrin
 

Copyright, Digital Humanities, and Global Geographies of Knowledge

Vika Zafrin1, Isabel Galina Russell2, Alex Gil3, Padmini Ray Murray4

1: Boston University, United States of America; 2: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico; 3: Columbia University, United States of America; 4: Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, India

PS-18: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 26
Chair: Matthew K. Gold
 

Building Space for DH Communities

Matthew K. Gold1, Scot French2, Lisa Spiro3, Micki Kaufman1, Erin Glass4, Lisa Rhody1, Hélène Huet5

1: Graduate Center, City University of New York, United States of America; 2: University of Central Florida; 3: Rice University; 4: University of California, San Diego; 5: University of Florida

SP-08: Short Paper Session
Location: Leacock 232
Chair: Silvia Eunice Gutiérrez De la Torre
 

Libraries and Digital Research: Sharing the Incubator

Zoe Borovsky, Claudia Horning, Dawn Childress

UCLA, United States of America


Informing Library-Based Digital Publishing: A Survey of Scholars’ Needs in a Contemporary Publishing Environment

Megan Senseney, LaTesha Velez, Christopher R. Maden, Janet Swatscheno, Maria Bonn, Harriett Green, Katrina Fenlon

University of Illinois, United States of America


Online Shadow Libraries and the Future of Humanities Scholarship

Stephen Reid McLaughlin

University of Texas at Austin, United States of America


Negotiating Sustainability: The Grant Services “Menu" at UVic Libraries

Lisa Goddard

University of Victoria, Canada


Research Center as Distant Publisher: Developing Non-Consumptive Compliant Open Data Worksets to Support New Modes of Inquiry

Robert H. McDonald

Indiana University, United States of America

SP-18: Short Paper Session
Location: Arts W-120
Chair: Sophie Marcotte
 

Topics and genre changes in Czech sociological articles

Radim Hladík

Czech Academy of Sciences, Charles University


Ngrams Against Agnotology: Combatting Tobacco Industry Narratives About Addiction Through A Quantitative Analysis of 14 Million Documents

Stephan Risi

Stanford University, United States of America


Scaffolded Hermenutica for Literary Scholars with Novice Technical Skills

Jeremy Browne

Brigham Young University, United States of America


Access(ed) Poetry. The Graph Poem Project and the Place of Poetry in Digital Humanities

Chris Tanasescu (MARGENTO), Diana Inkpen, Vaibhav Kesarwani, Brian Paget

University of Ottawa, Canada

SP-19: Short Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 001
Chair: Brian Croxall
 

Political Correctness in the Polish Press between 1945 and 1962. Historical Culturomics of Names of Nationalities, Ethnic Groups, and ‘Sensitive’ Lexemes based on the ChronoPress Corpus of Polish.

Adam Tomasz Pawłowski

University of Wrocław, Poland


Using Big Data to Ask Big Questions: A Digital Humanities Challenge in Historic Newspapers

Leah Weinryb Grohsgal

National Endowment for the Humanities, United States of America


A Database of Online Book Response and the Nature of the Literary Thriller

Peter Boot

Huygens ING, The Netherlands


A Framework For Historical Russian Flu Epidemic Exploration From German Newspapers

Van Canh Tran1, Katja Markert2, Wolfgang Nejdl1

1: L3S Research Center, Hannover University, Germany; 2: Department of Computational Linguistics, Heidelberg University, Germany


"A Trace of this Journey": Citations of Digitised Newspapers in UK History PhD Theses

Paul Matthew Gooding

University of East Anglia, United Kingdom

3:00pm
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3:30pm
Break04: Coffee Break
Location: Redpath Hall
3:30pm
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5:00pm
LP-22: Long Paper Session
Location: Leacock 219
Chair: Christof Schöch
 

Script Identification in Medieval Latin Manuscripts Using Convolutional Neural Networks

Mike Kestemont1, Dominique Stutzmann2

1: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 2: French National Centre for Scientific Research, France


Machine Vision Algorithms On Cadaster Plans

Sofia Ares Oliveira, Frederic Kaplan, Isabella di Lenardo

EPFL, Switzerland

LP-23: Long Paper Session
Location: Leacock 26
Chair: Sarah Kenderdine
 

Contextual Interpretation of Digital Music Notation

Kevin Page, David Lewis, David Weigl

University of Oxford, United Kingdom


Numbers into Notes: Digital Prototyping as Close Reading of Ada Lovelace’s ‘Note A’

David De Roure, Pip Willcox

University of Oxford, United Kingdom


Dead And Beautiful: The Analysis Of Colors By Means Of Contrasts In Neo-Zombie Movies

Niels-Oliver Walkowski1, Johannes Pause2

1: BBAW - Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Germany; 2: Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

LP-24: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts W-120
Chair: Aimée Morrison
 

Twitter Comme Source Pour l’Histoire Du Temps Présent : Le Référendum Grec De 2015 Comme Etude de Cas

Sofia Papastamkou

Maison européenne des sciences de l'homme et de la société, France


Untangling the Social Network of Musicians

Stefan Jänicke, Josef Focht

Leipzig University, Germany


Understanding Botnet-driven Blog Spam: Motivations and Methods

Brandon Bevans, Bruce DeBruhl, Foaad Khosmood

California Polytechnic State University, United States of America

PS-19: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 232
Chair: Shih-Pei Chen
 

Treating a Genre as a Database: the Chinese Local Gazetteers, the LG tools, and Research Based on This New Digital Methodology

Shih-Pei Chen1, Qun Che1,2, Ling Cao3, Dagmar Schäfer1, Hongsu Wang4

1: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science; 2: Shanghai Jiaotung University; 3: Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology; 4: Harvard University

PS-20: Panel Session
Location: Arts W-215
Chair: Miriam Peña-Pimentel
 

Humanidades Digitales en Iberoamérica: desafíos institucionales para su desarrollo y consolidación

Miriam Peña Pimentel1, Paola Ricaurte2, Adriana Álvarez Sánchez1, Esteban Romero Frías3, Cristobal Suárez Guerrero4, Virginia Brussa5, Enedina Ortega2, Ana Teresa Morales Rodríguez6, Alberto Ramírez Martinell6

1: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; 2: Tecnológico de Monterrey; 3: Universidad de Granada; 4: Universitat de València; 5: Universidad Nacional de Rosario; 6: Universidad Veracruzana

PS-21: Panel Session
Location: Bronfman 001
Chair: David M. Berry
 

Critical Digital Humanities and Machine-Learning

Caroline Bassett, David M. Berry, M. Beatrice Fazi, Jack Pay, Ben Roberts

University of Sussex, United Kingdom

SP-20: Short Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 002
Chair: Christian-Emil Ore
 

Lifting the knowledge from Medieval Age: CIDOC-CRM for Nurcara Project.

Matteo Lorenzini1, Luca Sanna2

1: Austrian Academy of Science, Austria; 2: Università degli Studi di Sassari


La Réception De L’édition Critique Numérique : Accès Multiples Pour Publics Divers ?

Joana Casenave1,2, Yves Marcoux1

1: Université de Montréal, Canada; 2: Université Paris-Est Créteil, France


Une Ontologie Pour Archiver Et Donner Accès Aux OEuvres Numériques Littéraires

Yan Rucar, Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, Marc Douguet

Labex Obvil, Université La Sorbonne, France

SP-21: Short Paper Session
Location: Arts 260
Chair: Kathi Inman Berens
 

Dazzle them with Baffles: Gauging Attitudes toward Digital Fabrication in an Online Musicians’ Community

Brian Greenspan

Carleton University, Canada


Leveraging Expert Domain Knowledge to Learn a Representation of Symbolic Music

Johanna Devaney

Ohio State University, United States of America


"Come Together, Right Now": Discovery and Interoperability for Born-Digital Music Scholarship

Timothy Charles Duguid1, Elizabeth Grumbach2

1: University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; 2: Texas A&M University, United States


Augmented dance scholarship: computer-assisted analysis of Javanese dance

Miguel Escobar Varela, Luis Carlos Hernández Barraza

National University of Singapore, Singapore

 
5:15pm
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6:45pm
Event03: Zampolli Prize plenary
Location: Centre Mont-Royal
Date: Friday, 11/Aug/2017
8:00am
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9:30am
LP-25: Long Paper Session
Location: Leacock 219
Chair: Glen Worthey
 

The Early History of Digital Humanities

Chris Alen Sula, Heather Hill

Pratt Institute, School of Information


Uncovering ‘hidden’ contributions to the history of Digital Humanities: the Index Thomisticus’ female keypunch operators

Julianne Nyhan1, Melissa Terras2

1: University College London, United Kingdom; 2: University College London, United Kingdom


Beyond Validation: Using Programmed Diagnostics to Learn About, Monitor, and Successfully Complete Your DH Project

Martin Holmes1, Joey Takeda2

1: Humanities Computing & Media Centre, University of Victoria, Canada; 2: University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

LP-26: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts W-215
Chair: Nancy E. Friedland
 

What Changed When Andy Weir’s The Martian Got Edited?

Erik Ketzan1, Christof Schöch2

1: Birkbeck, University of London, United Kingdom; 2: University of Würzburg, Germany


Networks of the Great Awakenings: Classification of Revival Sermons by Word Usage Statistics

Michał Choiński, Jan Rybicki

Institute of English Studies, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland


Don’t Get Fooled by Word Embeddings—Better Watch their Neighborhood

Johannes Hellrich1, Udo Hahn2

1: Graduate School 'The Romantic Model', Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Jena, Germany; 2: Jena University Language & Information Engineering (JULIE) Lab, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Jena, Germany

LP-27: Long Paper Session
Location: Leacock 232
Chair: Quinn Dombrowski
 

A Survey on Research Data at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Cologne

Brigitte Mathiak, Simone Kronenwett

CCeH, Germany


Vers les Données Liées : Conséquences Théoriques et Pratiques Pour les Sciences Humaines

Lyne Da Sylva

Université de Montréal, Canada


Citational Politics: Quantifying Impact in Digital Scholarship in the Humanities

Roopika Risam1, Amy Earhart2

1: Salem State University, United States of America; 2: Texas A&M University, United States of America

PS-22: Panel Session
Location: Arts 260
Chair: Franziska Margarete Schloots
 

Reconstruction – Representation – Collaboration. Interdisciplinary Approaches To Changes In Contexts Of Digital (Music) Editions

Franziska Schloots, Bianca Meise, Peter Stadler, Jörg Müller-Lietzkow, Dorothee Meister, Johannes Kepper, Daniel Röwenstrunk

Paderborn University, Germany

PS-23: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 26
Chair: Alan Liu
 

Open, Shareable, Reproducible Workflows for the Digital Humanities: The Case of the 4Humanities.org "WhatEvery1Says" Project

Alan Liu1, Ashley Champagne1, Jeremy Douglass1, Scott Kleinman3, Jamal Russell1, Lindsay Thomas2

1: University of California, Santa Barbara, United States of America; 2: University of Miami, Miami, United States of America; 3: California State University, Northridge

SP-22: Short Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 002
Chair: Isabel Galina Russell
 

Reading Handwritten Scripts: Investigating the Human Visual System for Artificial Intelligence in Palaeography

Ségolène Marie Tarte, Mihaela Duta, Chrystalina Antoniades

University of Oxford, United Kingdom


Cäsar Flaischlen’s “Graphische Litteratur-Tafel” - Digitizing A Giant Historical Flowchart Of Foreign Influences On German Literature

Angelika Hechtl1, Ingo Börner2, Frank Fischer3, Peer Trilcke4

1: WU Wien, Austria; 2: Universität Wien, Austria; 3: Higher School of Economics Moscow, Russia; 4: Universität Potsdam, Germany


Transcription of Encoded Manuscripts with Image Processing Techniques

Alicia Fornes1, Beáta Megyesi2, Joan Mas1

1: Computer Vision Center, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain; 2: Dept. of Linguistics and Philology, Uppsala University, Sweden


Object Classification in Images of Neoclassical Artifacts Using Deep Learning

Bernhard Bermeitinger, Simon Donig, Maria Christoforaki, André Freitas, Siegfried Handschuh

Universität Passau, Germany

SP-23: Short Paper Session
Location: Arts W-120
 

Mapping Concepts and Authors from 20th Century Portuguese Magazines of Ideas and Culture

Joana Malta, Pedro Lisboa

SLHI - CHAM - FCSH/UNL, Portugal


The Third Way: Discovery Beyond Search and Browse in Letters of 1916

Susan Schreibman, Sara Kerr, Shane McGarry

Maynooth University


Médias Sociaux et Mise en Scène de l’Histoire

Martin Grandjean

University of Lausanne, Switzerland


A Generic Tool for Visualizing Patterns in Poetry

Onur Musaoğlu2, Özge Dağ2, Özge Küçükakça2, Alkim Almila Akdag Salah1, Albert Ali Salah2

1: Sehir University, Turkey; 2: Bogazici University, Turkey


Distant Rhythm: Automatic Enjambment Detection on Four Centuries of Spanish Sonnets

Pablo J Ruiz Fabo1, Clara I Martínez Cantón2, Thierry Poibeau1

1: Lattice Lab (École Normale Supérieure, France, CNRS, U Paris 3, PSL Research University, USPC); 2: Department of Spanish Literature and Literary Theory, UNED (Madrid)

SP-24: Short Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 001
Chair: Constance Crompton
 

A cross-language co-word network comparison of Buddhist literature in Digital Library and Museum of Buddhist study

Muh-Chyun Tang, Kuang-hua Chen

Dept. of Library and Information Science, National Taiwan University, Taiwan


The Extended Language of Religious Reform: Marking Up a Register for Early Modern Sermons

Thomas Winn Dabbs

Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo, Japan


Measuring Canonicity: a Network Analysis Approach to Poetry Anthologies

Natalie M Houston

University of Massachusetts-Lowell, United States of America


The Psalter Project: Providing Mediated Access to Religio-Political Subjects in Early Modern England

Nandra Perry, Bryan Paul Tarpley

Texas A&M University, United States of America


German History-Digital: Platform for Transnational Historical Knowledge Co-creation

Matthew Hiebert1, Simone Lässig1, Andreas Witt2

1: German Historical Institute Washington DC, United States of America; 2: University of Cologne, Germany

9:30am
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10:00am
Break05: Coffee Break
Location: Redpath Hall
10:00am
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11:30am
LP-28: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts W-215
Chair: Eleonora Litta
 

A Scholarly Edition for Mobile Devices

Peter Robinson1, Barbara Bordalejo2

1: University of Saskatchewan, Canada; 2: KU Leuven


Transcriptional Implicature: Using a Transcript to Reason about an Exemplar

Claus Huitfeldt1, Michael Sperberg-McQueen2

1: University of Bergen, Norway; 2: Black Mesa Technologies LLC


Facilitating Fine-Grained Open Annotations of Scholarly Sources

Peter Boot, Ronald Haentjens Dekker, Marijn Koolen, Liliana Melgar

Huygens ING, Netherlands, The

LP-29: Long Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 001
Chair: Paige Courtney Morgan
 

From the Editorial Chain to the Research Platform: Structuring, Enriching and Publishing Large Collections of Digitized Scientific Publications

Nathalie Fargier

ENS de Lyon, France


PERsonalIzed COlour ProfilEs PERiSCOPE: A modern methodology for rendering colour in digital media displays

Peter R. Fornaro, Sofia Georgakopoulou, Lukas Rosenthaler

Digital Humanities Lab, University of Basel, Switzerland


Enhanced RTI for Arts and Humanities

Peter R. Fornaro, Andrea Bianco, Aeneas Kaiser, Lukas Rosenthaler, Lother Schmitt, Heidrun Feldmann

Digital Humanities Lab, University of Basel, Switzerland

LP-30: Long Paper Session
Location: Leacock 232
Chair: Vika Zafrin
 

Digital Humanities as Critical University Studies

Matt Applegate

Molloy College, United States of America


Collaborations in the Global Midwest: The Diffusion of DH Values in Research Collaborations in the Humanities Without Walls consortium

Harriett Elizabeth Green, Megan Senseney, Maria Bonn

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America


Micro DH: Digital Humanities at the Small Scale

Roopika Risam, Susan Edwards

Salem State University, United States of America

PS-24: Panel Session
Location: Arts W-120
Chair: Anna-Maria Sichani
 

Refining our Concept of ‘Access’ for Digital Scholarly Editions: A DiXiT Panel on Accessibility, Usability, Pedagogy, Collaboration, Community and Diversity.

Anna-Maria Sichani1,4, Wout Dillen2, Merisa Ariel Martinez2, Aodhán Kelly3, Elli Bleeker3

1: Huygens ING - KNAW, The Netherlands; 2: Swedish School of Library and Information Science University of Borås, Sweden; 3: Center for Manuscript Genetics University of Antwerp, Belgium; 4: University of Ioannina, Greece

PS-25: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 26
Chair: Chad Gaffield
 

Scaling up Arts and Humanities - The DARIAH Approach to Data and Services

Aurélien Berra1, Vanessa Hannesschläger2, Chad Gaffield3, Nicolas Larrousse4, Mike Priddy5, Paulin Ribbe4, Carsten Thiel6

1: Université Paris-Ouest Nanterre, France; 2: ÖAW, Austria; 3: University of Ottawa, Canada; 4: CNRS, France; 5: DANS-KNAW, Netherlands; 6: University of Göttingen, Germany

SP-25: Short Paper Session
Location: Leacock 219
Chair: Joanna Elizabeth Swafford
 

Making Manuscripts Searchable: DEx: A Database of Dramatic Extracts, Digital Publication, and Boutique Projects

Laura Estill

Texas A&M University, United States of America


Pushkin Digital Project

Gabriel Belyak

Saint Petersburg State University (SPbSU), Russian Federation


L’Extraction Automatique des Motifs Dramaturgiques dans les Séquences de Deux Scènes

Marc Douguet

OBVIL - Université Paris-Sorbonne, France


Transforming Theater History through Crowdsourced Transcription

Lindsay King, Peter Leonard

Yale University, United States of America


Collaboration: An Insurmountable Problem In The Non-Traditional Authorship Attribution Studies Of The Dramatic Canon Of William Shakespeare

Joseph Rudman

Department of English, Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America

SP-26: Short Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 002
Chair: Elika Ortega
 

Mapping the Meshwork of the Independent Media Arts

Lindsay Kistler Mattock

University of Iowa, United States of America


Using Archival Texts to Create Network Graphs of Musicians in Early Modern Venice

Mollie Kathleen Ables, Tassie Gniady, Kalani Craig, Grace Thomas, Adam Hochstetter

Indiana University, United States of America


All the Things You Are: Accessing An Enriched Musicological Prosopography Through JazzCats

Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller2, Daniel Bangert3, Alfie Abdul-Rahman1

1: University of Oxford, United Kingdom; 2: Australian National University; 3: UNSW Australia


Towards a Linked Data Access to Folktales Classified by Thompson’s Motifs and Aarne-Thompson-Uther’s Types

Thierry Declerck

German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), University of Vienna

VP-01: Virtual Paper
Location: Arts 260
Chair: Cecily Raynor
 

Genetic Editions to the Extreme? Conserving Historical Text Generators

Claus-Michael Schlesinger

Universität Stuttgart, Germany


WeisoEvent: A Ming-Weiso Event Analytics Tool with Named Entity Markup and Spatial-Temporal Information Linking

Richard Tzong-Han Tsai1,2, Yu-Ting Lai2, Pi-Ling Pai1, Yu-Chun Wang4, Sunny Hui-Min Huang3, I-Chun Fan1,3

1: Center for GIS, Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan; 2: Dept. of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Central University, Taiwan; 3: Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan; 4: Chunghwa Telecom, Taiwan


Towards a New Approach in the Study of Ancient Greek Music: The Virtual Reconstruction of an Aulos “Early type” from Sicily

Angela Bellia

University of Bologna - New York University


Optical Character Recognition with a Neural Network Model for Coptic

Kirill Bulert1, So Miyagawa2

1: eTRAP Research Group, Institute of Computer Science, University of Göttingen, Germany; 2: CRC1136, KELLIA, and Seminar for Egyptology and Coptic Studies, University of Göttingen, Germany; Department of Linguistics, Kyoto University, Japan


Distinguishing Newspaper Genres. Exploring Automated Classification of Journalism’s Modes of Expression

Frank Harbers1, Juliette Lonij2

1: University of Groningen, Netherlands, The; 2: National Library of the Netherlands

11:30am
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12:30pm
Mtg-04: centerNet Annual General Meeting
Location: Leacock 26
11:30am
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1:30pm
Lunch03: Lunch Break. Concurrent Meetings: centerNet AGM (11:30-12:30), GO::DH SIG (12:30-1:30)
Location: Leacock 26
12:30pm
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1:30pm
Mtg-08: GO::DH Special Interest Group Meeting
Location: Leacock 219
1:30pm
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3:00pm
LP-31: Long Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 001
Chair: Brian Croxall
 

Neutralising the Authorial Signal in Delta by Penalization: Stylometric Clustering of Genre in Spanish Novels

José Calvo Tello, Daniel Schlör, Ulrike Henny-Krahmer, Christof Schöch

University of Wuerzburg, Germany


A Common Conceptual Model For The Study of Poetry In The Digital Humanities

Mariana Curado Malta1,2, Elena Gonzalez-Blanco1, Clara Martínez Cantón1, Gimena del Rio1,3

1: UNED-LINHD; 2: ISCAP.PP; 3: Conicet


Humanités Numériques et Web Sémantique : du langage naturel à une représentation computationnelle structurée et sémantique des données

Pascaline Laure Tchienehom

Université de Paris 10, France

LP-32: Long Paper Session
Location: Arts W-215
Chair: David Beavan
 

Playful Instruments: Reimagining Games as Tools for Research and Scholarly Communication

Jon Saklofske

Acadia University, Canada


Trauma Representations in Videogames

Jennifer Olive

Georgia State University, United States of America


Towards Feminist Data Production; A Case Study From Comics

Alexander Robert Turton

University of East Anglia, United Kingdom

PS-26: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 232
Chair: Lee Bessette
 

Sustaining and Scaling the Digital Liberal Arts

Lee Skallerup Bessette1, Kristen Eshleman2, Caitlin Christian-Lamb2, Siobhan Senier3, Paul A. Youngman4

1: University of Mary Washington, United States of America; 2: Davidson College, United States of America; 3: University of New Hampshire, United States of America; 4: Washington and Lee University, United States of America

PS-27: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 219
Chair: Eduard Arriaga
 

Accessing Alternative Histories and Futures: Afro-Latin American Models for the Digital Humanities

Eduard Arriaga1, Andrés Villar2, Yvone Captain-Hidalgo3, Maria Cecilia Martino4

1: University of Indianapolis, United States of America; 2: The University of Western Ontario; 3: George Washington University; 4: Universidad de Buenos Aires/ CONICET

SP-27: Short Paper Session
Location: Leacock 26
Chair: Julianne Nyhan
 

The Intellectual Structure of Digital Humanities: An Author Co-Citation Analysis

Jin Gao, Oliver Duke-Williams, Simon Mahony, Melanie Ramdarshan Bold, Julianne Nyhan

University College London, United Kingdom


Credit Allocation with the Social Knowledge Timeline

Aaron Mathew Mauro

Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, United States of America


A Survey of Digital Humanities Programs

Chris Alen Sula1, S E Hackney2, Phillip Cunningham3

1: Pratt Institute, School of Information; 2: University of Pittsburgh, School of Information Sciences; 3: The Amistad Research Center


Interfacing Collaborative and Multiple-Layered Spaces of Interpretation in Humanities Research. The Case of Semantically-Enhanced Objective Hermeneutics.

Christoph Schindler1, Cornelia Veja1, Helge Kminek2

1: German Institute for International Educational Research (DIPF), Germany; 2: Goethe University Frankfurt


Evaluating Research Practices In The Digital Humanities By Means Of User-Activity-Analysis

Niels-Oliver Walkowski

BBAW - Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Germany

SP-28: Short Paper Session
Location: Bronfman 002
Chair: Péter Király
 

A Shared Task for a Shared Goal: Systematic Annotation of Literary Texts

Nils Reiter1, Evelyn Gius2, Jannik Strötgen3, Marcus Willand1

1: Stuttgart University, Germany; 2: Hamburg University, Germany; 3: Max Planck Institute for Informatics, Saarland Informatics Campus, Germany


Flexible NLP Pipelines for Digital Humanities Research

Janneke Van Der Zwaan1, Wouter Smink2, Anneke Sools2, Gerben Westerhof2, Bernard Veldkamp2, Sytske Wiegersma2

1: Netherlands eScience Center, Netherlands, The; 2: University of Twente


A Platform For Long-Term Accessibility Of Research Data In The Humanities

Lukas Rosenthaler, Benjamin Geer, Ivan Subotic, Tobias Schweizer, Peter Fornaro

University of Basel, Switzerland


Towards a Digital Narratology of Space

Gabriel Viehhauser-Mery, Florian Barth

Universität Stuttgart, Germany


Integrating historical scientific texts into the Bernoulli-Euler Online platform

Tobias Julius Schweizer1, Sepideh Alassi1, Martin Mattmüller2, Lukas Rosenthaler1, Helmut Harbrecht2

1: Digital Humanities Lab, University of Basel, Switzerland; 2: Bernoulli Euler Centre, University of Basel, Switzerland

   
3:00pm
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3:30pm
Break06: Coffee Break
Location: Redpath Hall
3:30pm
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5:00pm
LP-34: Long Paper Session
Location: Leacock 26
Chair: Dorothy Carr Porter
 

A World of Difference: Myths and misconceptions about the TEI

James C. Cummings

University of Oxford, United Kingdom


Hapax: Probabilistic part-of-speech tagging in XQuery and XForms

C. M. Sperberg-McQueen

Black Mesa Technologies LLC, United States of America


eLexicon. Dictionary of Polish Medieval Latin: from TEI encoding to an eXist-db application

Krzysztof Nowak

Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

LP-35: Long Paper Session
Location: Leacock 219
Chair: Claire Clivaz
 

Modelling Interpretation in 3DH: New dimensions of visualization

Jan Christoph Meister1, Johanna Drucker2, Geoffrey Rockwell3

1: University of Hamburg, Germany; 2: UCLA, USA; 3: University of Alberta, Canada


In Defence of Sandcastles: Research Thinking Through Visualization In DH

Uta Hinrichs1, Stefania Forlini2

1: School of Computer Science, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom; 2: Department of English, University of Calgary, Canada


Iterative Data Modelling: from Teaching Practice to Research Method

Pim van Bree, Geert Kessels

LAB1100, Netherlands, The

PS-28: Panel Session
Location: Leacock 232
Chair: Louis Chartrand
 

Computer-Assisted Conceptual Analysis of Textual Data as Applied to Philosophical Corpuses

Jean-Guy Meunier1, Louis Chartrand1, Jackie C.K. Cheung2, Mathieu Valette3, Marie-Noëlle Bayle1

1: Université du Québec à Montréal; 2: McGill University; 3: Université Sorbonne Paris Cité

SP-29: Short Paper Session
Location: Arts W-120
Chair: Lisa Rhody
 

Character Distributions of Classical Chinese Literary Texts: Zipf’s Law, Genres, and Epochs

Chao-Lin Liu1,2, Shuhua Zhang1,4, Yuanli Geng1,3, Huei-ling Lai2, Hongsu Wang1

1: Harvard University, USA; 2: National Chengchi University, Taiwan; 3: Liaoning University, China; 4: Northwestern Polytechnical University, China


Flexible Computing Services for Comparisons and Analyses of Classical Chinese Poetry

Chao-Lin Liu1,2

1: Department of Computer Science, National Chengchi University, Taiwan; 2: East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University, USA


An Automated Approach to Model the Transformation Process of the Reuse of Bernard de Clairvaux: How Do Lexical Resources help?

Maria Moritz, Marco Büchler

University of Göttingen, Germany

SP-30: Short Paper Session
Location: Arts W-215
Chair: Barbara Bordalejo
 

Tracking Transmission of Details in Paintings

Benoit Seguin, Isabella di Lenardo, Frédéric Kaplan

EPFL, Switzerland


Illustrations to Photographs: using computer vision to analyse news pictures in Dutch newspapers, 1860-1940

Thomas Smits

Raboud University, Netherlands, The


Layout Analysis on Newspaper Archives

Vincent Buntinx1, Frédéric Kaplan1, Aris Xanthos2

1: EPFL (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne), Switzerland; 2: UNIL (Université de Lausanne), Switzerland


Tracing the Colors of Clothing in Paintings with Image Analysis

Alkım Almıla Akdag Salah2, Albert Ali Salah1

1: Bogazici University, Turkey; 2: Istanbul Sehir University, Turkey

SP-31: Short Paper Session
Location: Arts 260
Chair: Ryan Cordell
 

Automatically Analyzing Recordings of Musical Performances

Johanna Devaney

Ohio State University, United States of America


How does Google Cultural Institute Affect the Collections of Museums? The Case of Turkey

Sümeyye Akça

Hacettepe University, Turkey


MemoRekall Video Capsules : a combination of both intra and inter-documentary approaches to address the documentation of performing arts.

Clarisse Bardiot

University of Valenciennes, Belgium


Accessing Russian Culture Online: The scope of digitisation in museums across Russia

Melissa Terras1, Inna Kizhner2, Maxim Rumyantsev2, Kristina Sycheva2

1: University College London, UK; 2: Siberian Federal University, Russian Federation


Digital Musicology: Through Research and Teaching

Tim Crawford1, Kevin Page2, David I Lewis1,2, David De Roure2

1: Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom; 2: Oxford University

   
5:15pm
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6:45pm
Event04: Keynote (Elizabeth Guffey), Conference officially closes
Location: Centre Mont-Royal
7:30pm
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9:30pm
Event05: Closing Banquet
Location: Saint James Club

 
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