Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Sunday, 24/Jun/2018
9:00am
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5:00pm
Meeting of the ADHO Steering Committee
Location: Constitución A
Chair: Karina van Dalen-Oskam

By invitation only.

Date: Monday, 25/Jun/2018
9:00am
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12:30pm
WS-06: Getting to Grips with Semantic and Geo-annotation using Recogito 2
Location: Colonia
 

Getting to Grips with Semantic and Geo-annotation using Recogito 2

Leif Isaksen1, Gimena del Río Riande2, Romina De León2, Nidia Hernández2

1: University of Exeter, United Kingdom; 2: Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET), Argentina

WS-07: An introduction to encoding and processing text with TEI
Location: Imperio C
 

An introduction to encoding and processing text with TEI

Elisa Beshero-Bondar1, Martina Scholger2, Elli Mylonas3

1: University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, United States of America; 2: University of Graz; 3: Brown University

 
9:00am
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5:00pm
ACH, centerNet, and EADH Executive Committee Meetings
Location: Biblioteca Benjamín Franklin

By invitation only.

WS-01: Building International Bridges Through Digital Scholarship: The Trans-Atlantic Platform Digging Into Data Challenge Experience
Location: Constitución A
 

Building International Bridges Through Digital Scholarship: The Trans-Atlantic Platform Digging Into Data Challenge Experience / Construyendo lazos internacionales a través de becas digitales: La plataforma Trans – Atlántica descubriendo experiencias en desafió de datos

Elizabeth Tran1, Crystal Sissons2, Nicolas Parker2, Mika Oehling2

1: National Endowment for the Humanities; 2: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council

WS-02: New Scholars Seminar
Location: Constitución B

For more information on how to participate in the NSS, please visit bit.ly/newscholarseminar

 

New Scholars Seminar

Geoffrey Rockwell1, Rachel Hendery2, Juan Steyn3, Elise Bohan4

1: University of Alberta, Canada; 2: Western Sydney University, Australia; 3: South African Centre for Digital Language Resources, South Africa; 4: Edith Cowan University, Australia

WS-04: The re-creation of Harry Potter: Tracing style and content across novels, movie scripts and fanfiction
Location: Imperio B
 

The re-creation of Harry Potter: Tracing style and content across novels, movie scripts and fanfiction

Mike Kestemont, Enrique Manjavacas

University of Antwerp, Belgium

WS-05: Innovations in Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Local, National, and International Training
Location: Imperio A
 

Innovations in Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Local, National, and International Training

Diane Katherine Jakacki1, Raymond George Siemens2, Katherine Mary Faull1, Angelica Huizar3, Esteban Romero-Frías4, Brian Croxall5, Tanja Wissik6, Walter Scholger7, Erik Simpson8, Elisabeth Burr9

1: Bucknell University, United States of America; 2: University of Victoria, Canada; 3: Old Dominion University, United States of America; 4: University of Granada, Spain; 5: Brigham Young University, United States of America; 6: Austrian Academy of Sciences; 7: University of Graz, Austria; 8: Grinnell College, United States of American; 9: Universität Leipzig, Germany

11:00am
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5:00pm
WS-03: Bridging Justice Based Practices for Archives + Critical DH
Location: La Casa del Hijo del Ahuizote
 

Bridging Justice Based Practices for Archives + Critical DH

T-Kay Sangwand1, Caitlin Christian-Lamb2, Purdom Lindblad2

1: UCLA, United States of America; 2: University of Maryland, United States of America

1:30pm
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5:00pm
WS-08: Interactions: Platforms for Working with Linked Data
Location: Imperio C
 

Interactions: Platforms for Working with Linked Data

Susan Brown, Kim Martin

University of Guelph, Canada

WS-09: Jumpstarting Digital Humanities Projects
Location: Colonia
 

Jumpstarting Digital Humanities Projects

Amanda French1, Anne Chao2, Marco Robinson3, Brian Riedel2

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

 
Date: Tuesday, 26/Jun/2018
9:00am
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12:30pm
Meeting of the ADHO Steering Committee
Location: Colonia
Chair: Karina van Dalen-Oskam

By invitation only.

WS-10: Machine Reading Part II: Advanced Topics in Word Vectors
Location: Constitución A
 

Machine Reading Part II: Advanced Topics in Word Vectors

Eun Seo Jo3, Javier de la Rosa Pérez1, Scott Bailey1, Fernando Sancho2

1: Stanford University, Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research; 2: Dept. of Computational Sciences and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Seville; 3: Stanford University, History Department

WS-11: Archiving Small Twitter Datasets for Text Analysis: A Workshop for Beginners
Location: Constitución B
 

Archiving Small Twitter Datasets for Text Analysis: A Workshop for Beginners

Ernesto Priego

City, University of London, United Kingdom

WS-12: Distant Viewing with Deep Learning: An Introduction to Analyzing Large Corpora of Images
Location: Imperio B
 

Distant Viewing with Deep Learning: An Introduction to Analyzing Large Corpora of Images

Taylor Baillie Arnold, Lauren Craig Tilton

University of Richmond, United States of America

WS-13: Where is the Open in DH?
Location: Imperio A
 

Where is the Open in DH?

Wouter Schallier1, Gimena del Rio Riande2, April M. Hathcock3, Daniel O’Donnell4

1: UN/ECLAC, Chile; 2: CONICET, Argentina; 3: New York University; 4: University of Lethbridge

WS-14: CANCELADO: Herramientas Para Los Usuarios: Colecciones y Anotaciones Digitales
 

Herramientas Para Los Usuarios: Colecciones y Anotaciones Digitales

Amelia Sanz1, Alckmar Dos Santos2, Ana Fernández-Pampillón1, Oscar García-Rama3, Joaquin Gayoso1, María Goicoechea1, Dolores Romero1, José Luis Sierra1

1: Complutense University, Spain; 2: Universidade de Santa Catarina, Brasil; 3: Support Factory, Spain

WS-15: Indexing Multilingual Content with the Oral History Metadata Synchronizer (OHMS)
Location: Constitución C
 

Indexing Multilingual Content with the Oral History Metadata Synchronizer (OHMS)

Teague Schneiter, Brendan Coates

Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, United States of America

WS-16: Semi-automated Alignment of Text Versions with iteal
Location: Imperio C
 

Semi-automated Alignment of Text Versions with iteal

Stefan Jänicke1, David Joseph Wrisley2

1: Leipzig University, Germany; 2: New York University Abu Dhabi

2:00pm
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4:00pm
ADHO Diversity Workshop
Location: Imperio A
Chair: Karina van Dalen-Oskam

Led by Barbara Bordalejo and Dan O'Donnell.

Open to all.

AV in DH Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting
Location: Constitución A
Chair: Franciska de Jong

Open to all.

DHASA (Digital Humanities Association of Southern Africa) membership meeting
Location: Constitución C
Chair: Zacharias Jacobus Steyn

Open to all.

Digital Literary Stylistics Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting
Location: Imperio B
Chair: J. Berenike Herrmann

Open to all.

GeoHumanities Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting
Location: Imperio C
Chair: Patricia Murrieta-Flores

Open to all.

Latin American DH organizations meeting hosted by RedHD
Location: Colonia
Chair: Isabel Galina Russell

Open to all.

Libraries and DH Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting
Location: Constitución B
Chair: Zoe Borovsky

Open to all.

 
4:30pm
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6:30pm
Opening & Keynote: Conference Opening and Keynote
Location: Independencia
 

Tramando la palabra

Janet Chávez Santiago

Activista en lenguas indígenas / Indigenous Languages Activist

6:30pm
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8:00pm
Reception: Opening Reception
Location: Independencia
Date: Wednesday, 27/Jun/2018
7:00am
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8:30am
DH2018 Fun Run
Chair: Glen Worthey

The 8th Annual DH Fun Run, Bosque de Chapultepec.

9:00am
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10:30am
LP-01: Approaches to the Eighteenth Century
Location: Imperio B/C
Chair: Christof Schöch
 

Searching for Concepts in Large Text Corpora: The Case of Principles in the Enlightenment

Stephen Osadetz, Kyle Courtney, Claire DeMarco, Cole Crawford, Christine Fernsebner Eslao

Harvard University, United States of America


Comparing human and machine performances in transcribing 18th century handwritten Venetian script

Sofia Ares Oliveira, Frederic Kaplan

EPFL, Switzerland


The Hidden Dictionary: Text Mining Eighteenth-Century Knowledge Networks

Mark Andrew Algee-Hewitt

Stanford University, United States of America

LP-02: Institutional infrastructures
Location: Caza
Chair: Paul Arthur
 

Epistemic Infrastructures: Digital Humanities in/as Instrumentalist Context

James W. Malazita

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States of America


Social Knowledge Creation in Action: Activities in the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab

Alyssa Arbuckle, Randa El Khatib, Ray Siemens

University of Victoria, Canada


The Idea of a University in a Digital Age: Digital Humanities as a Bridge to the Future University

David M. Berry

University of Sussex, United Kingdom

PS-01: Experimental Humanities
Location: Imperio A
Chair: Brian Rosenblum
 

Experimental Humanities

Maria Sachiko Cecire1, Dennis Yi Tenen2, Nicholas Bauch3, Kimon Keramidas4, Freya Harrison5, Erin Connelly6

1: Bard College; 2: Columbia University; 3: University of Oklahoma; 4: New York University; 5: University of Warwick; 6: University of Pennsylvania

PS-02: Can Non-Representational Space Be Mapped? The Case of Black Geographies
Location: Embajadores
Chair: Emily Mace
 

Can Non-Representational Space Be Mapped? The Case of Black Geographies

Jonathan David Schroeder1, Clare Eileen Callahan2, Kevin Modestino3, Tyechia Lynn Thompson3

1: University of Warwick; 2: University of Texas, Austin; 3: Howard University

PS-03: Beyond Image Search: Computer Vision in Western Art History
Location: Constitución C
Chair: Miriam Posner
 

Beyond Image Search: Computer Vision in Western Art History

Leonardo Laurence Impett1, Peter Bell2, Benoit Auguste Seguin3, Bjorn Ommer4

1: EPFL, Switzerland and University of Cambridge; 2: University of Erlangen-Núrnberg; 3: EPFL, Switzerland; 4: University of Heidelberg

SP-01: Public Humanities
Location: Colonia
Chair: Jim McGrath
 

Archivos Abiertos y Públicos para el Postconflicto Colombiano

Stefania Gallini

Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia


A People's History? Developing Digital Humanities Projects with the Public

Susan Michelle Merriam

Bard College, United States of America


Latin@ voices in the Midwest: Ohio Habla Podcast

Elena Foulis

OSU, United States of America


Mapping And Making Community: Collaborative DH Approaches, Experiential Learning, And Citizens’ Media In Cali, Colombia

Katey Roden, Pavel Shlossberg

Gonzaga University, United States of America


Hurricane Memorial: The United States’ Racialized Response to Disaster Relief

Christina Boyles

Trinity College, United States of America

SP-02: Digital Archaeology and Ethnography
Location: Constitución A/B
Chair: Miguel Escobar Varela
 

¿Metodologías en Crisis? Tesis 2.0 a través de la Etnografía de lo Digital

Domingo Manuel Lechón Gómez

Doctorado de Ecosur (Chiapas Mexico), Sursiendo (Chiapas Mexico)


Sensory Ethnography and Storytelling with the Sounds of Voices: Methods, Ethics and Accessibility

Kelsey Marie Chatlosh

The Graduate Center, CUNY, United States of America


Las Humanidades Digitales Y El Patrimonio Arqueológico Maya: Resultados Preliminares De Un Esfuerzo Interinstitucional De Documentación Y Difusión

Arianna Campiani1, Rodrigo Liendo2, Nicola Lercari1

1: University of California Merced, United States of America; 2: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México


An Archaeology of Americana: Recovering the Hemispheric Origins of Sabin’s Bibliotheca Americana to Contest the Database’s (National) Limits

Mary Lindsay Van Tine

University of Pennsylvania, United States of America


Unwrapping Codework: Towards an Ethnography of Coding in the Humanities

Smiljana Antonijevic Ubois1, Joris van Zundert2, Tara Andrews3

1: The Pennsylvania State University; 2: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences; 3: University of Vienna

 
10:30am
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11:00am
Break01
11:00am
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12:30pm
LP-03: Text analyses
Location: Constitución C
Chair: Patrick Juola
 

Classical Chinese Sentence Segmentation for Tomb Biographies of Tang Dynasty

Chao-Lin Liu, Yi Chang

National Chengchi University, Taiwan


Distributions of Function Words Across Narrative Time in 50,000 Novels

David William McClure1, Scott Enderle2

1: Massachusetts Institute of Technology; 2: University of Pennsylvania


On Alignment of Medieval Poetry

Stefan Jänicke2, David Joseph Wrisley1

1: New York University Abu Dhabi; 2: Leipzig University

LP-04: Indigenous languages
Location: Caza
Chair: Elisabeth Burr
 

Organising the Unknown: A Concept for the Sign Classification of not yet (fully) Deciphered Writing Systems Exemplified by a Digital Sign Catalogue for Maya Hieroglyphs

Franziska Diehr1, Sven Gronemeyer2,3, Christian Prager2, Elisabeth Wagner2, Katja Diederichs2, Nikolai Grube2, Maximilian Brodhun1

1: Göttingen State and University Library, Germany; 2: University of Bonn, Department for the Anthropology of the Americas, Germany; 3: La Trobe University, Department of Archaeology and History, Australia


Achieving Machine-Readable Mayan Text via Unicode: Blending “Old World” script-encoding with novel digital approaches

Carlos Pallan Gayol1, Deborah Anderson2

1: University of Bonn; 2: University of California at Berkeley


Quechua Real Words: An Audiovisual Corpus of Expressive Quechua Ideophones

Jeremy Browne, Janis Nuckolls

Brigham Young University, United States of America

PS-04: Bridging Between The Spaces: Cultural Representation Within Digital Collaboration and Production
Location: Imperio A
Chair: Hannah L. Jacobs
 

Bridging Between The Spaces: Cultural Representation Within Digital Collaboration and Production

Stephanie Mahnke1, Shewonda Leger1, Suban Nur Cooley1, Victor Del Hierro2, Laura Gonzales2

1: Michigan State University, United States of America; 2: University of Texas, El Paso

PS-05: Bridging Cultures Through Mapping Practices: Space and Power in Asia and America
Location: Embajadores
Chair: Nancy E. Friedland
 

Bridging Cultures Through Mapping Practices: Space and Power in Asia and America

Cecile Armand1, Christian Henriot2, Sora Kim3, Ian Caine4, Jerry Gonzalez4, Rebecca Walter5

1: Stanford University; 2: Aix-Marseille University, IrAsia; 3: Seoul National University; 4: University of Texas; 5: University of Washington

PS-06: DH in 3D: Multidimensional Research and Education in the Digital Humanities
Location: Imperio B/C
Chair: Lisa M. Snyder
 

DH in 3D: Multidimensional Research and Education in the Digital Humanities

Rachel Hendery1, Steven Jones4, Micki Kaufman2, Amanda Licastro3, Angel David Nieves5, Kate Richards1, Geoffrey Rockwell6, Lisa M. Snyder7

1: University of Western Sydney, Australia; 2: Graduate Center of the City University of New York, United States of America; 3: Stevenson University, United States of America; 4: University of South Florida at Tampa, United States of America; 5: Yale University, United States of America; 6: University of Alberta, Canada; 7: University of California, Los Angeles, United States of America

SP-03: Digital Approaches to Poetry
Location: Colonia
Chair: Matthew K. Gold
 

Measured Unrest In The Poetry Of The Black Arts Movement

Ethan Reed

University of Virginia, United States of America


The Poetry Of The Lancashire Cotton Famine (1861-65): Tracing Poetic Responses To Economic Disaster

Ruth Mather, Gary Stringer

University of Exeter, United Kingdom


Exploring Big and Boutique Data through Laboring-Class Poets Online

Cole Daniel Crawford

Harvard University, United States of America


The Diachronic Spanish Sonnet Corpus (DISCO): TEI and Linked Open Data Encoding, Data Distribution and Metrical Findings

Pablo Ruiz Fabo1, Helena Bermúdez Sabel1, Clara Martínez Cantón1, Elena González-Blanco1, Borja Navarro Colorado2

1: UNED (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia), Spain; 2: Universidad de Alicante, Spain


Distinctions between Conceptual Domains in the Bilingual Poetry of Pablo Picasso

Enrique Mallen2, Luis Meneses1

1: Sam Houston State University, United States of America; 2: Electronic Textual Cultures Lab, University of Victoria

SP-04: The Many Lives of Books and Publishing
Location: Constitución A/B
Chair: Patricia Hswe
 

Alfabetización Digital, Prácticas y Posibilidades de las Humanidades Digitales en América Latina y el Caribe

Gimena del Rio Riande1, Paola Ricaurte Quijano2, Virginia Brussa3

1: CONICET (Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas), Argentina; 2: Tecnológico de Monterrey, México; 3: Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina


Audiences, Evidence, and Living Documents: Motivating Factors in Digital Humanities Monograph Publishing

Katrina Fenlon, Megan Senseney, Maria Bonn, Janet Swatscheno, Christopher R. Maden

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


Cartonera Publishers Database, documenting grassroots publishing initiatives

Paloma Celis Carbajal

University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States of America


Indagando La Cultura Impresa Del Siglo XVIII Novohispano: Una Base De Datos Inédita

Víctor Julián Cid Carmona1, Silvia Eunice Gutiérrez De la Torre1, Guadelupe Elisa Cihuaxty Acosta Samperio2

1: El Colegio de México, México; 2: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México


OCR’ing and classifying Jean Desmet’s business archive: methodological implications and new directions for media historical research

Christian Gosvig Olesen, Ivan Kisjes

University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

 
12:30pm
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2:00pm
AGM-01: EADH Annual General Meeting
Location: Embajadores
Lunch01
2:00pm
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3:30pm
LP-05: Visual Narratives
Location: Imperio B/C
Chair: Ernesto Priego
 

Computational Analysis and Visual Stylometry of Comics using Convolutional Neural Networks

Jochen Laubrock, David Dubray

University of Potsdam, Germany, Germany


Automated Genre and Author Distinction in Comics: Towards a Stylometry for Visual Narrative

Alexander Dunst, Rita Hartel

University of Paderborn, Germany


Metadata Challenges to Discoverability in Children’s Picture Book Publishing: The Diverse BookFinder Intervention

Kathi Inman Berens1, Christina Bell2

1: Portland State University, United States of America; 2: Bates College, United States of America

LP-06: Mapas y Territorios
Location: Caza
Chair: Glen Worthey
 

Estudio exploratorio sobre los territorios de la biopirateria de las medicinas tradicionales en Internet : el caso de America Latina

Luis Torres-Yepez, Khaldoun Zreik

Université Paris 8 Vincennes - Saint-Denis, France


De la teoría a la práctica: Visualización digital de las comunidades en la frontera México-Estados Unidos

Maira E. Álvarez1, Sylvia A. Fernández2

1: University of Houston, United States of America; 2: University of Houston, United States of America


Detección y Medición de Desequilibrios Digitales a Escala Local Relacionados con los Mecanismos de Producción y Distribución de Información Cultural

Nuria Rodríguez-Ortega

University of Málaga, Spain

PS-07: Computer Vision in DH
Location: Imperio A
Chair: Lauren Tilton
 

Computer Vision in DH

Lauren Tilton1, Taylor Arnold1, Thomas Smits3, Melvin Wevers4, Mark Williams2, Lorenzo Torresani2, Maksim Bolonkin2, John Bell2, Dimitrios Latsis5

1: University of Richmond, United States of America; 2: Dartmouth College, University States of America; 3: Radboud University, The Netherlands; 4: Digital Humanities Group, KNAW Humanities Cluster, Amsterdam, the Netherlands; 5: Ryerson University, Canada

PS-08: Critical Theory + Empirical Practice: “The Archive” as Bridge
Location: Embajadores
Chair: Laura C Mandell
 

Critical Theory + Empirical Practice: “The Archive” as Bridge

James William Baker1, Caroline Bassett1, David Berry1, Sharon Webb1, Rebecca Wright2

1: University of Sussex, United Kingdom; 2: University of York, United Kingdom

PS-09: Building Bridges With Interactive Visual Technologies
Location: Constitución C
Chair: Adeline Joffres
 

Building Bridges With Interactive Visual Technologies

Adeline Joffres1, Rocio Ruiz Rodarte2, Roberto Scopigno3, George Bruseker4, Anaïs Guillem5, Marie Puren6, Charles Riondet6, Pierre Alliez6, Franco Niccolucci7

1: Huma-Num, France; 2: Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico; 3: CNR-ISTI, Italy; 4: ICS-FORTH, Greece; 5: UC Merced, USA; 6: INRIA, France; 7: PIN, Italy

SP-05: Pedagogy
Location: Colonia
Chair: Lisa Rhody
 

Critical Data Literacy in the Humanities Classroom

Brandon T. Locke

Michigan State University, United States of America


Next Generation Digital humanities: A Response to the Need for Empowering Undergraduate Researchers.

Taylor Elyse Mills

Hope College & Lighthouse Immigrant Advocates, United States of America


The Latin American Comics Archive: An Online Platform For The Research And Teaching Of Digitized And Encoded Spanish-Language Comic Books Through Scholar/Student Collaboration

Felipe Gomez, Scott Weingart, Daniel Evans, Rikk Mulligan

Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America


Revitalizing Wikipedia/DBpedia Open Data by Gamification -SPARQL and API Experiment for Edutainment in Digital Humanities

Go Sugimoto

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria


Transposição Didática e atuais Recursos Pedagógicos: convergências para o diálogo educativo

Ana Maria Bosse, Juliana Bergmann

Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil

SP-06: 3D, Augmented Reality
Location: Constitución A/B
Chair: Joana Malta
 

Novas Faces Da Arte Política: Ações Coletivas E Ativismos Em Realidade Aumentada

Daniela Torres Lima

Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora, Brazil


The Gallery of Queen Isabel in the Prado Museum, 1875-1877: Augmented Reality in 3D as a Research Method, Product and Pedagogical Tool/La Sala de la Reina Isabel en el Museo del Prado, 1875-1877: La realidad aumentada en 3D como método de investigación, producto y vehículo pedagógico

Eugenia V Afinoguenova1, Chris Larkee2, Giuseppe Mazzone3, Pierre Géal4

1: Marquette University, United States of America; 2: MarVL: Marquette University Visualization Laboratory, United States of America; 3: School of Architecture, Notre Dame University, United States of America; 4: Université Grenoble Alpes, France


Keeping 3D data alive: Developments in the MayaCityBuilder Project

Heather Richards-Rissetto1, Rachel Optiz2, Fabrizio Galeazzi3

1: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States of America; 2: University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK; 3: University of York, England, UK


Digital Humanities Integration and Management Challenges in Advanced Imaging Across Institutions and Technologies

Michael B. Toth1,2, Melissa Terras1,3, Adam Gibson1, Cerys Jones1

1: UCL, University College London, UK; 2: R.B. Toth Associates, United States of America; 3: University of Edinborough, UK


Organizing communities of practice for shared standards for 3D data preservation

Lynn Cunningham1, Hannah Scates-Kettler2

1: University of California Berkeley, United States of America; 2: University of Iowa

 
3:30pm
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4:00pm
Break02
4:00pm
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5:30pm
Poster-01: Poster Session #1
Location: Bugambilias / Terraza
 

4 Ríos: una construcción transmedia de memoria histórica sobre el conflicto armado en Colombia

Elder Manuel Tobar Panchoaga1,2

1: Orgánica Digital; 2: Universidad de los Andes


Empatía Digital: en los pixeles del otro.

Carolina Laverde

Biblioteca Nacional de Colombia, Colombia


Locating Place Names at Scale: Using Natural Language Processing to Identify Geographical Information in Text

Lauren Tilton1, Taylor Arnold1, Courtney Rivard2

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


The Archive as Collaborative Learning Space

Natalia Ermolaev1, Mark Saccomano2

1: Princeton University, United States of America; 2: Columbia University, United States of America


The Iowa Canon of Greek and Latin Authors and Works

Paul Dilley

University of Iowa, United States of America


The Spatial Humanities Kit

Matt Applegate, Jamie Cohen

Molloy College, United States of America


Crowdsourcing Community Wellness: Coding a Mobile App For Health and Education

Katherine Mary Faull, Michael Thompson, Jacob Mendelowitz, Caroline Whitman, Shaunna Barnhart

Bucknell University, United States of America


Studying Performing Arts Across Borders: Towards a European Performing Arts Dataverse (EPAD)

Thunnis van Oort, Ivan Kisjes, Julia Noordegraaf

University of Amsterdam, Netherlands


Cataloging History: Revisualizing the 1853 New York Crystal Palace

Steven Lubar, Emily Esten, Steffani Gomez, Brian Croxall, Patrick Rashleigh

Brown University, United States of America


SSK by example. Make your Arts and Humanities research go standard

Marie Puren1, Laurent Romary2, Lionel Tadjou1, Charles Riondet1, Dorian Seillier1

1: Inria; 2: Inria, Centre Marc Bloch


Visualizando una Aproximación Narratológica sobre la Producción y Utilización de los Recursos Online de Museos de Arte.

María Isabel Hidalgo Urbaneja

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom


Academy of Finland Research Programme "Digital Humanities" (DIGIHUM)

Risto Pekka Vilkko

Academy of Finland, Finland


Digital Humanities Storytelling Heritage Lab

Mariana Ruiz Gonzalez Renteria, Angélica Amezcua

Arizona State University, United States of America


Hispanic 18th Connect: una nueva plataforma para la investigación digital en español

Rubria Rocha, Laura Mandell

Texas A&M University


Voces y Caras: Hispanic Communities of North Florida

Constanza M. López Baquero

University of North Florida, United States of America


HuViz: From _Orlando_ to CWRC… And Beyond!

Kim Martin, Abi Lemak, Susan Brown, Chelsea Miya, Jana Smith-Elford

University of Guelph, Canada


"Smog poem". Example of data dramatization

Piotr Marecki1, Leszek Onak2

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


Pontes into the Curriculum: Introducing DH pedagogy through global partnerships

Pamela Espinosa de los Monteros, Joshua Sadvari, Maria Scheid

Ohio State University Libraries, United States of America


Chromatic Structure and Family Resemblance in Large Art Collections — Exemplary Quantification and Visualizations

Loan T Tran1, Poshen Lee2, Jevin West2, Maximilian Schich1

1: The University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX, United States of America; 2: The University of Washington, Seattle, WA, United States of America


A New Methodology for Error Detection and Data Completion in a Large Historical Catalogue Based on an Event Ontology and Network Analysis

Gila Prebor1, Maayan Zhitomirsky-Geffet1, Olha Buchel3, Dan Bouhnik1,2

1: Bar Ilan University, Israel; 2: Jerusalem College of Technology, Israel; 3: Faculty of Information and Media Studies, University of Western Ontario


Using Topic Modelling to Explore Authors’ Research Fields in a Corpus of Historical Scientific English

Stefan Fischer, Jörg Knappen, Elke Teich

Universität des Saarlandes, Germany


Off-line sStrategies for On-line Publications: Preparing the Shelley-Godwin Archive for Off-line Use

Raffaele Viglianti

Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, University of Maryland


Milpaís: Una Wiki Semántica Para Recuperar, Compartir Y Construir Colaborativamente Las Relaciones Entre Plantas, Seres Humanos, Comunidades Y Entornos.

María Juana Espinosa Menéndez1,2, Camilo Martinez1

1: Universidad de los Andes, Colombia; 2: Colectivo Savias y Sabias


Prosopografía de la Revolución Mexicana: Actualización de la Obra de Françoise Xavier Guerra

Martha Lucía Granados-Riveros1, Diego Montesinos2

1: Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico; 2: Facultad de Ciencias UNAM


El primer aliento. La expedición de los lingüistas Swadesh y Rendón en las ciencias computacionales (1956-1970)

Adriana Álvarez Sánchez

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico


ELEXIS: Yet Another Research Infrastructure. Or Why We Need An Special Infrastructure for E-Lexicography In The Digital Humanities.

Tanja Wissik, Ksenia Zaytseva, Thierry Declerck

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria


Prospectiva de la arquitectura en el siglo XXI. La arquitectura en entornos digitales

Luis David Cardona Jiménez

Universidad Católica de Manizales, Universidad de Caldas


More Than “Nice to Have”: TEI-to-Linked Data Conversion

Constance Crompton1, Michelle Schwartz2

1: University of Ottawa, Canada; 2: Ryerson University, Canada


Traditional Humanities Research and Interactive Mapping: Towards a User-Friendly Story of Two Worlds Collide

Vasileios Routsis

University College London, United Kingdom


Augmenting the University: Using Augmented Reality to Excavate University Spaces

Christian Howard, Monica Blair, Spyros Simotas, Ankita Chakrabarti, Torie Clark, Tanner Greene

University of Virginia, United States of America


Codicological Study of pre High Tang Documents from Dunhuang : An Approach using Scientific Analysis Data

Shouji SAKAMOTO1, Léon-Bavi VILMONT2, Yasuhiko WATANABE1

1: Ryukoku University, JAPAN / Centre de Recherche sur la Conservation des Collections (CRCC), FRANCE; 2: Centre de Recherche sur la Conservation des Collections (CRCC), FRANCE


Decolonising Collections Information – Disrupting Settler Colonial Power In Information Management in response to Canada’s Truth & Reconciliation Commission and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Laura Phillips

Queens University, Canada


How to create a Website and which Questions you have to answer first

Peggy Bockwinkel, Michael Czechowski

University of Stuttgart, Germany


Lorenzetti Digital

Elvis Andrés Rojas Rodríguez, Jose Nicolas Jaramillo Liévano

Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia


Mapping the Movida: Re-Imagining Counterculture in Post-Franco Spain (1975-1992)

Vanessa Ceia

McGill University, Canada


Visualizando Dados Bibliográficos: o Uso do VOSviewer como Ferramenta de Análise Bibliométrica de Palavras-Chave na Produção das Humanidades Digitais

Renan Marinho de Castro1, Ricardo Medeiros Pimenta2

1: Fundação Getulio Vargas, Brazil; 2: Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia, Brazil


Encoding the Oldest Western Music

Allyn Waller1,3, Toni Armstrong2,3, Nicholas Guarracino1,3, Julia Spiegel1,3, Hannah Nguyen1,3, Marika Fox2,3

1: College of the Holy Cross, United States of America; 2: Clark University, United States of America; 3: College of the Holy Cross Manuscripts, Inscriptions, and Documents Club


Ethical Constraints in Digital Humanities and Computational Social Science

Anagha Uppal

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, United States of America


How We Became Digital? Recent History of Digital Humanities in Poland

Maciej Maryl

Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland


Introducing Polo: Exploring Topic Models as Database and Hypertext

Rafael Alvarado

University of Virginia, United States of America


La automatización y “digitalización” del Centro de Documentación Histórica “Lic. Rafael Montejano y Aguiñaga” de la Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, mediante la autogestión y software libre.

José Antonio Motilla, Ismael Huerta

Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí


Legal Deposit Web Archives and the Digital Humanities: A Universe of Lost Opportunity?

Paul Gooding1, Melissa Terras2, Linda Berube1

1: University of East Anglia, United Kingdom; 2: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom


Making DH-Course Together

Dinara Gagarina

Perm State University, Russian Federation


Modeling the Genealogy of Imagetexts: Studying Images and Texts in Conjunction using Computational Methods

Melvin Wevers1, Thomas Smits2, Leonardo Impett3

1: DH Group, KNAW Humanities Cluster; 2: Institute for Historical, Literary and Cultural Studies, Radboud University; 3: Digital Humanities Institute, EPFL


devochdelia: el Diccionario Etimolójico de las Voces Chilenas Derivadas de Lenguas Indíjenas Americanas de Rodolfo Lenz en versión digital

Francisco Mondaca

Universität zu Köln, Germany


Question, Create, Reflect: A Holistic and Critical Approach to Teaching Digital Humanities

Kristen Mapes, Matthew Handelman

Michigan State University, United States of America


Resolving South Asian Orthographic Indeterminacy In Colonial-Era Archives

Amardeep Singh

Lehigh University, United States of America


Rules against the Machine: Building Bridges from Text to Metadata

José Calvo Tello

University of Würzburg, Germany


Shedding Light on Indigenous Knowledge Concepts and World Perception through Visual Analysis

Alejandro Benito1, Amelie Dorn2, Roberto Therón1, Eveline Wandl-Vogt2, Antonio Losada1

1: University of Salamanca, Spain; 2: Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria


Tensiones Entre El Archivo de Escritor Físico y El Digital: Hacia Una Aproximación Teórica

Leonardo Ariel Escobar

Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, Mexico


The Magnifying Glass and the Kaleidoscope. Analysing Scale in Digital History and Historiography

Florentina Armaselu

University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg


The Two Moby Dicks: The Split Signatures of Melville's Novel

Chelsea Miya

The University of Alberta, Canada


TOME: A Topic Modeling Tool for Document Discovery and Exploration

Adam Hayward, Nikita Bawa, Morgan Orangi, Caroline Foster, Lauren F. Klein

Georgia Institute of Technology, United States of America


Towards a Digital History of the Spanish Invasion of Indigenous Peru / Hacia una historia digital de la invasión española del Perú indígena

Jeremy M. Mikecz

University of Southern California, United States of America


Transatlantic knowledge production and conveyance in community-engaged public history: German History in Documents and Images/Deutsche Geschichte in Dokumenten und Bildern

Matthew Hiebert, Simone Lässig

German Historical Institute Washington DC, United States of America


Women’s Faces and Women’s Rights: A Contextual Analysis of Faces Appearing in Time Magazine

Kathleen Patricia Janet Brennan1, Vincent Berardi2, Aisha Cornejo2, Carl Bennett1, John Harlan1, Ana Jofre1

1: SUNY Polytechnic Institute, United States of America; 2: Chapman University, United States of America


SpatioScholar: Annotating Photogrammetric Models

Burcak Ozludil Altin, Augustus Wendell

New Jersey Institute of Technology, United States of America

5:30pm
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7:00pm
Poster-02: Poster Session #2
Location: Bugambilias / Terraza
 

La Aptitud para Encontrar Patrones y la Producción de Cine Suave (Soft Cinema)

Diego Bonilla

California State University, Sacramento, California, United States of America


Digitizing Whiteness: Systemic Inequality in Community Digital Archives

Monica Kristin Blair

University of Virginia, United States of America


Digital 3D modelling in the humanities

Sander Münster

TU Dresden, Germany


Brâncuși’s Metadata: Turning a Graduate Humanities Course Curriculum Digital

Stephen Craig Sturgeon

Boston College, United States of America


Herramienta Web Para La Identificación De La Técnica De Manufactura En Fotografías Históricas

Gustavo Lozano San Juan

Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas. UNAM, Mexico


Atlas de la narrativa mexicana del siglo XX y la representación visualizada de México en su literatura. Avance de proyecto

Nora Marisa León-Real Méndez

Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico


‘This, reader, is no fiction’: Examining the Rhetorical Uses of Direct Address Across the Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Novel

Gabrielle Kirilloff

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, United States of America


A Style Comparative Study of Japanese Pictorial Manuscripts by “Cut, Paste and Share” on IIIF Curation Viewer

Chikahiko Suzuki1, Akira Takagishi2, Asanobu Kitamoto1,3

1: Center for Open Data in the Humanities, Joint Support-Center for Data Science Research, Research Organization of Information and Systems; 2: University of Tokyo; 3: National Institute of informatics


A Tool to Visualize Data on Scientific Performance in the Czech Republic

Radim Hladík1,2

1: Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences; 2: National Institute of Informatics, Japan


An Ontological Model for Inferring Psychological Profiles and Narrative Roles of Characters

Mattia Egloff1, Antonio Lieto2, Davide Picca1

1: University of Lausanne, Switzerland; 2: University of Turin and ICAR-CNR


Animating Text Newcastle University

James Cummings, Tiago Sousa Garcia

Newcastle University, United Kingdom


Bad Brujas Only: Digital Presence, Embodied Protest, and Online Witchcraft

Amanda Kelan Figueroa1, Ravon Ruffin2

1: Harvard University; 2: National Museum of African American History and Culture


Bridging the Gap: Digital Humanities and the Arabic-Islamic Corpus

Dafne Erica van Kuppevelt1, E.G. Patrick Bos1, A. Melle Lyklema2, Umar Ryad3, Christian R. Lange2, Janneke van der Zwaan4

1: Netherlands eScience Center; 2: Utrecht University; 3: University of Leuven; 4: Netherlands eScience Center


Building a Community Driven Corpus of Historical Newspapers

Claudia Resch, Dario Kampkaspar, Daniela Fasching, Vanessa Hannesschläger, Daniel Schopper

Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria


CITE Exchange Format (CEX): Simple, plain-text interchange of heterogenous datasets

Christopher William Blackwell1, Thomas Köntges2, Neel Smith3

1: Furman University, United States of America; 2: University of Leipzig; 3: The College of the Holy Cross, United States of America


Complex Networks of Desire: Mapping Community in Visual Arts Magazines Fireweed, Fuse, and Border/Lines

Felicity Tayler1, Tomasz Neugebauer2

1: University of Toronto, Canada; 2: Concordia University Library


Connecting Gaming Communities and Corporations to their History: The Gen Con Program Database

Matt Shoemaker

Temple University Libraries, United States of America


Crafting History: Using a Linked Data Approach to Support the Development of Historical Narratives of Critical Events

Karen F. Gracy

Kent State University, United States of America


Decolonialism and Formal Ontology: Self-critical Conceptual Modelling Practice

George Bruseker1, Anais Guillem2

1: Centre for Cultural Informatics, Institute of Computer Science-FORTH, Heraklion, Crete, Greece; 2: School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts, University of California Merced, Merced, CA, USA


World of the Khwe Bushmen: Accessing Khwe Cultural Heritage Data by Means of a Digital Ontology Based on Owlnotator

Giuseppe Abrami, Gertrude Boden, Lisa Gleiß

Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany


A Graphical User Interface for LDA Topic Modeling

Steffen Pielström, Severin Simmler, Thorsten Vitt, Fotis Jannidis

University of Würzburg, Germany


Creating a Digital Edition of Ancient Mongolian Historical Documents

Biligsaikhan Batjargal1, Garmaabazar Khaltarkhuu2, Akira Maeda3

1: Research Organization of Science and Technology, Ritsumeikan University, Japan; 2: Mongolia-Japan Center for Human Resources Development, National University of Mongolia, Mongolia; 3: College of Information Science and Engineering, Ritsumeikan University, Japan


Educational Bridges: Understanding Conservation Dynamics in the Amazon through The Calha Norte Portal

Hannah Mabel Reardon

McGill University, Canada


Eliminar barreras para construir puentes a travès de la Web semántica : Isidore, un buscador trilingüe para las Ciencias Humanas y Sociales

StŽephane Pouyllau, Laurent Capelli, Adeline Joffres, Desseigne Adrien, Gautier Hélène

CNRS, Huma-Num, France


Intellectual History and Computing: Modeling and Simulating the World of the Korean Yangban

Javier Cha

Seoul National University, Korea, Republic of (South Korea)


Research Environment for Ancient Documents (READ)

Andrew Glass1, Stephen White2, Ian McCrabb3

1: Microsoft Corp., University of Washington; 2: Stephen White - Italy; 3: University of Sydney, Prakas


Brecht Beats Shakespeare! A Card-Game Intervention Revolving Around the Network Analysis of European Drama

Angelika Hechtl1, Frank Fischer2, Anika Schultz3, Christopher Kittel4, Elisa Beshero-Bondar5, Steffen Martus3, Peer Trilcke6, Jana Wolf6, Ingo Börner7, Daniil Skorinkin2, Tatiana Orlova2, Carsten Milling2, Christine Ivanovic7

1: Vienna University of Economics and Business; 2: Higher School of Economics, Moscow; 3: Humboldt University of Berlin; 4: University of Graz; 5: University of Pittsburgh; 6: University of Potsdam; 7: University of Vienna


Distant Reading for European Literary History. A COST Action

Christof Schöch1, Maciej Eder2, Carolin Odebrecht3, Mike Kestemont4, Antonija Primorac5, Justin Tonra6, Katja Mihurko Poniž7, Catherine Kanellopoulou8

1: University of Trier, Germany; 2: Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków, Poland; 3: Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Germany; 4: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 5: University of Rijeka, Croatia; 6: National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland; 7: University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia; 8: Ionian University, Kérkyra, Greece


History for Everyone/Historia para todos: Ancient History Encyclopedia

James Blake Wiener1, Gimena del Rio Riande2

1: Ancient History Encyclopedia (AHE); 2: IIBICRIT, CONICET


Humanities Commons: Collaboration and Collective Action for the Common Good

Kathleen Fitzpatrick

Michigan State University, United States of America


The CLiGS Textbox

José​ Calvo Tello1, Ulrike Henny-Krahmer1, Christof Schöch2, Katrin Betz1

1: Universität Würzburg, Germany; 2: Universität Trier, Germany


Digital Storytelling: Engaging Our Community and The Humanities

Ruben Duran, Charlotte Hamilton

Houston Community Collegeo, United States of America


La geopólitica de las humanidades digitales: un caso de estudio de DH2017 Montreal

José Pino-Díaz1, Domenico Fiormonte2

1: Universidad de Málaga, Spain; 2: Università Roma Tre, Italy


Propuesta Interdisciplinaria de un Juego Serio para la Divulgación de Conocimiento Histórico. Caso de Estudio: la divulgación del saber histórico sobre la vida conventual de los Carmelitas Descalzos del ex-Convento del Desierto de los Leones.

Leticia Luna Tlatelpa, Fabián Gutiérrez Gómez, Edné Balmori, Feliciano García García, Dr. Luis Rodriguez Morales

UAM Cuajimalpa, Mexico


Reimagining Elizabeth Palmer Peabody’s Lost “Mural Charts”

Alexandra Beall1, Courtney Allen1, Angela Vujic2, Lauren F. Klein1

1: Georgia Institute of Technology, United States of America; 2: MIT, United States of America


Una Investigación a Explotar : Los Cristianos de Alá, Siglos XVI y XVII.

Marianne Delacourt1, Véronique Fabre2

1: Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès, France; 2: Maison des Sciences de l'Homme et de la Société de Toulouse/ CNRS, France


Using Zenodo as a Discovery and Publishing Platform

Daniel Paul O'Donnell1, Natalia Manola2, Paolo Manghi3,5, Dot Porter4, Paul Esau1, Carey Viejou1, Roberto Rosselli Del Turco6,7, Gurpreet Singh1

1: University of Lethbridge, Canada; 2: OpenAIRE; 3: Zenodo; 4: University of Pennsylvania; 5: CNR; 6: University of Pisa; 7: University of Turin


Manifold Scholarship: Hybrid Publishing in a Print/Digital Era

Matthew K. Gold1, Jojo Karlin1, Zach Davis2

1: Graduate Center, City University of New York, United States of America; 2: Cast Iron Coding


Monroe Work Today: Unearthing the Geography of US Lynching Violence

RJ Ramey

Auut Studio, United States of America


Unsustainable Digital Cultural Collections

Jo Ana Morfin

UNAM, Mexico


An Easy-to-use Data Analysis and Visualization Tool for Studying Chinese Buddhist Literature

Jen-Jou Hung, Yu-Chun Wang

Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts, Taiwan


Building a Bridge to Next Generation DH Services in Libraries with a Campus Needs Assessment

Harriett Green1, Eleanor Dickson1, Daniel G. Tracy1, Sarah Christensen1, Melanie Emerson1, JoAnn Jacoby2

1: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States of America; 2: Colorado College, United States of America


Endangered Data Week: Digital Humanities and Civic Data Literacy

Brandon T. Locke

Michigan State University, United States of America


Standing in Between. Digital Archive of Manuel Mosquera Garcés.

Maria Paula Garcia Mosquera

Brown University, United States of America


Style Revolution: Journal des Dames et des Modes

Jodi Ann Mikesell1, Avery Schroeder2, Anne Higonnet1, Alex Gil1, AnaKaren Aguero1, Sarah Bigler1, Meghan Collins2, Emily Cormack1, Zoë Dostal1, Barthelemy Glama1, Brontë Hebdon3

1: Columbia University; 2: The Bard Graduate Center; 3: Institute of Fine Arts


Text Mining Methods to Solve Organic Chemistry Problems, or Topic Modeling Applied to Chemical Molecules

Maciej Eder1,2, Jan Winkowski1, Michał Woźniak1, Rafał L. Górski1,3, Bartosz Grzybowski4,5

1: Institute of Polish Language (Polish Academy of Sciences), Poland; 2: Pedagogical University in Kraków; 3: Jagiellonian University, Kraków; 4: Institute of Organic Chemistry (Polish Academy of Sciences); 5: Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology


Expanding Communities of Practice: The Digital Humanities Research Institute Model

Lisa Rhody, Hannah Aizenmann, Kelsey Chatlosh, Kristen Hackett, Jojo Karlin, Javier Otero Peña, Rachel Rakov, Patrick Smyth, Patrick Sweeney, Stephen Zweibel

CUNY Graduate Center, United States of America


ANJA, ¿dónde están los encabalgamientos?

Clara Martinez-Canton, Pablo Ruiz-Fabo, Elena González-Blanco

LINHD, UNED, Spain


Bridging Digital Humanities Internal and Open Source Software Projects through Reusable Building Blocks

Rebecca Sutton Koeser, Benjamin W Hicks

Center for Digital Humanities @ Princeton University, United States of America


Stranger Genres: Computationally Classifying Reprinted Nineteenth Century Newspaper Texts

Jonathan D. Fitzgerald, Ryan Cordell

Northeastern University, United States of America


Using Linked Open Data To Enrich Concept Searching In Large Text Corpora

Christine Fernsebner Eslao1, Stephen Osadetz2

1: Harvard Library, United States of America; 2: Harvard University, United States of America


"Moon:" A Spatial Analysis of the Gumar Corpus of Gulf Arabic Internet Fiction

David Joseph Wrisley1, Hind Saddiki2,3

1: Digital Humanities, New York University Abu Dhabi, UAE; 2: Mohammadia School of Engineering, Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco; 3: Computational Approaches to Modeling Language Lab, New York University Abu Dhabi, UAE


A Comprehensive Image-Based Digital Edition Using CEX: A fragment of the Gospel of Matthew

Janey Capers Newland, Emmett Baumgarten, De'sean Markley, Jeffrey Rein, Brienna Dipietro, Anna Sylvester, Brandon Elmy, Summey Hedden

Furman University, United States of America


Building Bridges Across Heritage Silos

Kalliopi Kontiza1, Catherine Jones2, Joseph Padfield1, Ioanna Lykourentzou3

1: The National Gallery, United Kingdom; 2: University of Luxembourg, Luxembοurg; 3: Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembοurg


Combining String Matching and Cost Minimization Algorithms for Automatically Geocoding Tabular Itineraries

Rui Santos1, Bruno Emanuel Martins1, Patricia Murrieta-Flores2

1: IST and INESC-ID, University of Lisbon, Portugal; 2: University of Lancaster, United Kingdom


Digital Humanities Under Your Fingertips: Tone Perfect as a Pedagogical Tool in Mandarin Chinese Second Language Studies and an Adaptable

Catherine Youngkyung Ryu

Michigan State University, United States of America


Hacia la Traducción Automática de las Lenguas Indígenas de México

Jesús Manuel Mager Hois, Ivan Vladimir Meza Ruiz

Instituto de Investigaciones en Matemáticas Aplicadas y en Sistemas, Mexico


Princeton Prosody Archive: Rebuilding the Collection and User Interface

Meredith Martin, Meagan Wilson, Mary Naydan

Princeton Prosody Archive, Princeton University Center for Digital Humanities


Design on View: Imagining Culture as a Digital Outcome

Ersin Altin

New Jersey Institute of Technology, United States of America

Date: Thursday, 28/Jun/2018
9:00am
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10:30am
LP-07: Research Infrastructures
Location: Imperio B/C
Chair: Tanya Clement
 

Challenges in Enabling Mixed Media Scholarly Research with Multi-media Data in a Sustainable Infrastructure

Roeland Ordelman1, Carlos Martínez Ortíz2, Liliana Melgar Estrada3, Marijn Koolen6, Jaap Blom4, Willem Melder4, Jasmijn Van Gorp5, Victor De Boer7, Themistoklis Karavellas4, Lora Aroyo7, Thomas Poell8, Norah Karrouche9, Eva Baaren4, Johannes Wassenaar4, Julia Noordegraaf8, Oana Inel7

1: University of Twente, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision; 2: Netherlands Escience Center; 3: University of Amsterdam, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision; 4: Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision; 5: Utrecht University; 6: Huygens Institute for Netherlands History; 7: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; 8: University of Amsterdam; 9: Erasmus University Rotterdam


Data Scopes: towards Transparent Data Research in Digital Humanities

Rik Hoekstra, Marijn Koolen, Marijke van Faassen

Huygens ING, KNAW, Netherlands, Netherlands, The


A Deep Gazetteer of Time Periods

Ryan Shaw1, Adam Rabinowitz2, Patrick Golden1

1: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States of America; 2: University of Texas at Austin, United States of America

LP-08: Medieval Studies
Location: Caza
Chair: Peter Anthony Stokes
 

Labeculæ Vivæ. Building a Reference Library of Stains Found on Medieval Manuscripts with Multispectral Imaging

Heather Wacha1, Alberto Campagnolo2, Erin Connelly3

1: University of Wisconsin-Madison; 2: Library of Congress, United States of America; 3: University of Pennsylvania


Digital Modelling of Knowledge Innovations In Sacrobosco's Sphere: A Practical Application Of CIDOC-CRM And Linked Open Data With CorpusTracer

Florian Kräutli1, Matteo Valleriani1, Esther Chen1, Christoph Sander1, Dirk Wintergrün1, Sabine Bertram1, Gesa Funke1, Chantal Wahbi1, Manon Gumpert1, Victoria Beyer1, Nana Citron1, Guillaume Ducoffe2

1: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Germany; 2: ICI Bucharest, Romania


Handwritten Text Recognition, Keyword Indexing, and Plain Text Search in Medieval Manuscripts

Dominique Stutzmann1, Christopher Kermorvant2, Enrique Vidal3, Sukalpa Chanda4, Sébastien Hamel1, Joan Puigcerver Pérez3, Lambert Schomaker4, Alejandro H. Toselli3

1: Institut de Recherche et d'Histoire des Textes (CNRS), France; 2: Teklia, France; 3: Universitat Politècnica de València, (Spain); 4: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (The Netherlands)

PS-10: Digital Humanities meets Digital Cultural Heritage
Location: Imperio A
Chair: Carolina Villarroel
 

Digital Humanities meets Digital Cultural Heritage

Sander Münster1, Fulvio Rinaudo2, Rosa Tamborrino2, Fabrizio Apollonio3, Marinos Ioannides4, Lisa Snyder5

1: TU Dresden, Germany; 2: I-Change, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; 3: Department of Architecture, Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna, Italy; 4: Digital Heritage Lab, Cyprus University of Technology, Limassol, Cyprus; 5: University of Southern California, Los Angeles

PS-11: Digital Humanities and Colonial Latin American Studies
Location: Embajadores
Chair: Jean Ann Bauer
 

Digital Humanities and Colonial Latin American Studies

Hannah Alpert-Abrams1, Clayton McCarl2, Ernesto Priani3, Linda Rodriguez4, Diego Jiménez-Baldillo6, Patricia Murrieta-Flores5, Bruno Martins8, Ian Gregory7

1: University of Texas at Austin, United States of America; 2: University of North Florida, USA; 3: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico; 4: New York University, USA; 5: University of Chester, UK; 6: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico; 7: Lancaster University, UK; 8: University of Lisbon, Portugal

PS-12: Las Humanidades Digitales en la Mixteca de Oaxaca: reflexiones y proyecciones sobre la Herencia Viva o Patrimonio
Location: Constitución C
Chair: T-Kay Sangwand
 

Las Humanidades Digitales en la Mixteca de Oaxaca: reflexiones y proyecciones sobre la Herencia Viva o Patrimonio

Emmanuel Posselt Santoyo1, Liana Ivette Jiménez Osorio1, Laura Brenda Jiménez Osorio2, Roberto Carlos Reyes Espinosa3, Eruvid Cortés Camacho3, José Aníbal Arias Aguilar3, José Abel Martínez Guzmán3

1: Universidad de Leiden, Países Bajos; 2: Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Unidad Xochimilco; 3: Universidad Tecnológica de la Mixteca

SP-07: Cultural and Institutional Infrastructure
Location: Colonia
Chair: Amanda French
 

REED London and the Promise of Critical Infrastructure

Diane Katherine Jakacki1, Susan Irene Brown2, James Cummings3, Kimberly Martin2

1: Bucknell University, United States of America; 2: University of Guelph, Canada; 3: Newcastle University, United Kingdom


A Design Process Model for Inquiry-driven, Collaboration-first Scholarly Communications

Sara B. Sikes

University of Connecticut, United States of America


IncipitSearch - Interlinking Musicological Repositories

Anna Neovesky, Frederic von Vlahovits

Academy of Sciences and Literature | Mainz


Rapid Bricolage

William Dudley Pascoe

University of Newcastle, Australia, Australia


Media Preservation between the Analog and Digital: Recovering and Recreating the Rio VideoWall

Gregory Zinman

Georgia Institute of Technology, United States of America

SP-08: Text Analysis, Cultural Studies
Location: Constitución A/B
Chair: Karina van Dalen-Oskam
 

Interrogating the Roots of American Settler Colonialism: Experiments in Network Analysis and Text Mining

Ashley Sanders Garcia

The Claremont Colleges, United States of America


Corpus Jurídico Hispano Indiano Digital: Análisis De Una Cultura Jurisdiccional

Víctor Gayol

El Colegio de Michoacán, A.C., Mexico


Adjusting LERA For The Comparison Of Arabic Manuscripts Of _Kalīla wa-Dimna_

Beatrice Gründler1, Marcus Pöckelmann2

1: Freie Universität Berlin; 2: Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg


Integrating Latent Dirichlet Allocation and Poisson Graphical Model: A Deep Dive into the Writings of Chen Duxiu, Co-Founder of the Chinese Communist Party.

Anne Shen Chao1, Qiwei Li2, Zhandong Liu3

1: Rice University, United States of America; 2: University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center; 3: Baylor College of Medicine


A White-Box Model for Detecting Author Nationality by Linguistic Differences in Spanish Novels

Albin Zehe, Daniel Schlör, Ulrike Henny-Krahmer, Martin Becker, Andreas Hotho

Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Germany

 
10:30am
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11:00am
Break03
11:00am
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12:30pm
LP-09: NLP
Location: Imperio B/C
Chair: Sayan Bhattacharyya
 

In Search of the Drowned in the Words of the Saved: Mining and Anthologizing Oral History Interviews of Holocaust Survivors

Gabor Toth

Yale University, United States of America


The Scholar Index: Towards a collaborative citation index for the Arts and Humanities

Giovanni Colavizza1,2,4, Matteo Romanello1,4, Martina Babetto3, Vincent Barbay1, Laurent Bolli1,4, Silvia Ferronato1, Frédéric Kaplan1

1: École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Digital Humanities Laboratory; 2: The Alan Turing Institute; 3: Tate Britain; 4: Odoma Sàrl


LitViz: Visualizing Literary Data by Means of text2voronoi

Tolga Uslu, Alexander Mehler, Dirk Meyer

Goethe University of Frankfurt, Germany

LP-10: Modeling texts and objects
Location: Caza
Chair: Luis Meneses
 

Creating and Implementing an Ontology of Documents and Texts

Peter Robinson

University of Saskatchewan, Canada


A machine learning methodology to analyze 3D digital models of cultural heritage objects

Diego Jimenez-Badillo1, Salvador Ruiz-Correa2, Mario Canul-Ku3, Rogelio Hasimoto3

1: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Mexico; 2: Instituto Potosino de Investigación en Ciencia y Tecnología; 3: Centro de Investigación en Matemáticas, A.C. Guanajuato


Interpreting Difference among Transcripts

Michael Sperberg-McQueen1, Claus Huitfeldt2

1: Black Mesa Technologies LLC, United States of America; 2: University of Bergen

PS-13: Networks of Communication and Collaboration in Latin America
Location: Imperio A
Chair: Nora Christine Benedict
 

Networks of Communication and Collaboration in Latin America

Nora Christine Benedict1, Cecily Raynor2, Roberto Cruz Arzabal3, Rhian Lewis2, Norberto Gomez Jr.4, Carolina Gaínza5

1: Princeton University, United States of America; 2: McGill University; 3: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México / Universidad Iberoamericana; 4: Montgomery College; 5: Universidad Diego Portales

PS-14: Project Management For The Digital Humanities
Location: Embajadores
Chair: Lynne Siemens
 

Project Management For The Digital Humanities

Natalia Ermolaev1, Rebecca Munson1, Xinyi Li1, Lynne Siemens2, Ray Siemens2, Micki Kaufman3, Jason Boyd4

1: Princeton University, United States of America; 2: University of Victoria, Canada; 3: The City University New York, United States of America; 4: Ryerson University, Canada

PS-15: The Impact of FAIR Principles on Scientific Communities in (Digital) Humanities. An Example of French Research Consortia in Archaeology, Ethnology, Literature and Linguistics
Location: Constitución C
Chair: Adeline Joffres
 

The Impact of FAIR Principles on Scientific Communities in (Digital) Humanities. An Example of French Research Consortia in Archaeology, Ethnology, Literature and Linguistics.

Adeline Joffres1, Nicolas Larrousse1, Stéphane Pouyllau1, Olivier Baude1, Fatiha Idmhand2, Xavier Rodier3, Véronique Ginouvès4, Michel Jacobson5,1

1: CNRS, Huma-Num, France; 2: Université de Poitiers, France; 3: Université de Tours, France; 4: Université d'Aix-Marseille, MMSH/phonotèque, France; 5: BNF, France

SP-09: Bridging Divides, Colonial Archives
Location: Colonia
Chair: Katherine McDonough
 

Resolving the Polynymy of Place: or How to Create a Gazetteer of Colonized Landscapes

Katherine Mary Faull, Diane Katherine Jakacki

Bucknell University, United States of America


Bridging the Divide: Supporting Minority and Historic Scripts in Fonts: Problems and Recommendations

Deborah Anderson

UC Berkeley, United States of America


Adapting a Spelling Normalization Tool Designed for English to 17th Century Dutch

Ivan Kisjes1, Wijckmans Tessa2

1: University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The; 2: Huygens ING/Nederlab


Archivos digitales, cultura participativa y nuevos alfabetismos: La catalogación colaborativa del Archivo Histórico Regional de Boyacá (Colombia)

Maria Jose Afanador-Llach1,3, Andres Lombana2

1: Universidad de los Andes, Colombia; 2: Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, Harvard University; 3: Fundación Histórica Neogranadina, Colombia


Presentation Of Web Site On The Banking And Financial History Of Spain And Latin America

Carlos Marichal

El Colegio de Mexico, Mexico

SP-10: Performing Arts, Sound, Media
Location: Constitución A/B
Chair: Lori Emerson
 

Designing writing: Educational technology as a site for fostering participatory, techno-rhetorical consciousness

Erin Rose Glass

UC San Diego, United States of America


Measuring Merce Cunningham : a theatre analytics research

Clarisse Bardiot

University of Valenciennes


The Digital Ghost Hunt: A New Approach to Coding Education Through Immersive Theatre

Elliott Hall

King's College London, United Kingdom


Peer Learning and Collaborative Networks: On the Use of Loop Pedals by Women Vocal Artists in Mexico

Aurelio Meza

Concordia University, Canada


Listening for Religion on a Digital Platform

Amy DeRogatis

Michigan State University, United States of America

 
12:30pm
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2:00pm
AGM-02: ACH Annual General Meeting
Location: Embajadores
Lunch02
2:00pm
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3:30pm
LP-11: Digital editions
Location: Imperio B/C
Chair: Raymond George Siemens
 

From print to digital: A web-edition of Giacomo Leopardi’s Idilli

Desmond Schmidt1, Paola Italia2, Milena Giuffrida3, Simone Nieddu4

1: Queensland University of Technology, Australia; 2: Università di Bologna, Italy; 3: Università degli studi di Catania, Italy; 4: La Sapienza, Università di Roma, Italy


Edición literaria electrónica y lectura SMART

Dolores Romero-López1, Alicia Reina-Navarro2, Lucía Cotarelo-Esteban3, José Luis Bueren-Gómez-Acebo4

1: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain; 2: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain; 3: Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain; 4: Biblioteca Nacional de España


Hierarchies Made to Be Broken: The Case of the Frankenstein Bicentennial Variorum Edition

Elisa Beshero-Bondar1, Raffaele Viglianti2

1: University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, United States of America; 2: Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, University of Maryland, United States of America

LP-12: Quantitative Approaches to Literature
Location: Caza
Chair: Ulrike Edith Gerda Henny-Krahmer
 

To Catch a Protagonist: Quantitative Dominance Relations in German-Language Drama (1730–1930)

Frank Fischer1, Peer Trilcke2, Christopher Kittel3, Carsten Milling1, Daniil Skorinkin1

1: National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation; 2: University of Potsdam; 3: University of Graz


Quantitative microanalysis? Different methods of digital drama analysis in comparison.

Benjamin Krautter

QuaDramA / University of Stuttgart, Germany


Whose Signal Is It Anyway? A Case Study on Musil for Short Texts in Authorship Attribution

Simone Rebora1, J. Berenike Herrmann2, Gerhard Lauer2, Massimo Salgaro1

1: University of Verona, Italy; 2: University of Basel, Switzerland

PS-16: Precarious Labor in the Digital Humanities
Location: Imperio A
Chair: Arianna Ciula
 

Precarious Labor in the Digital Humanities

Christina Boyles1, Carrie Johnston2, Jim McGrath3, Paige Morgan4, Miriam Posner5, Chelcie Rowell6

1: Trinity College, United States of America; 2: Wake Forest University, United States of America; 3: Brown University, United States of America; 4: University of Miami, United States of America; 5: UCLA, United States of America; 6: Boston College, United States of America

PS-17: Reimagining the Humanities Lab
Location: Embajadores
Chair: Ryan Cordell
 

Reimagining the Humanities Lab

Tanya Clement1, Lori Emerson2, Elizabeth Losh3

1: University of Texas at Austin, United States of America; 2: University of Colorado at Bouldre; 3: William & Mary University

PS-18: Digital Chicago: #DH As A Bridge To A City’s Past
Location: Constitución C
Chair: Eduard Arriaga
 

Digital Chicago: #DH As A Bridge To A City’s Past

Emily Mace, Rebecca Graff, Richard Pettengill, Desmond Odugu, Benjamin Zeller

Lake Forest College, United States of America

SP-11: Feminist and Queer Studies
Location: Colonia
Chair: Gabriela Baeza Ventura
 

Hashtags Contra El Acoso: The dynamics of gender violence discourse on Twitter

Rhian Elizabeth Lewis

McGill University, Canada


Locative Media for Queer Histories: Scaling up "Go Queer"

Maureen Engel

University of Alberta, Canada


Cultural Awareness & Mapping Pedagogical Tool: A Digital Representation of Gloria Anzaldúa's Frontier Theory.

Rosita Scerbo

Arizona State University, United States of America


Preserving and Visualizing Queer Representation in Video Games

Cody Jay Mejeur

Michigan State University, United States of America


The Time-Us project. Creating gold data to understand the gender gap in the French textile trades (17th–20th century)

Eric de La Clergerie1, Manuela Martini2, Marie Puren1, Charles Riondet1, Alix Chagué1

1: ALMAnaCH, Inria Paris; 2: LARHRA, Université Lyon 2

SP-12: Maps, Networks, Archives
Location: Constitución A/B
Chair: Scott Weingart
 

Abundance and Access: Early Modern Political Letters in Contemporary and Digital Archives.

Elizabeth Williamson

University of Exeter, United Kingdom


Tweets of a Native Son: James Baldwin, #BlackLivesMatter, and Networks of Textual Recirculation

Melanie Walsh

Washington University in St. Louis, United States of America


Puesta En Mapa: La Literatura de México A Través De Sus Traducciones

Silvia Eunice Gutiérrez De la Torre1, Jorge Mendoza Romero2, Amaury Gutiérrez Acosta3

1: El Colegio de México, Mexico; 2: Fundación para las Letras Mexicanas; 3: CONABIO


¿Existe correlación entre importancia y centralidad? Evaluación de personajes con redes sociales en obras teatrales de la Edad de Plata?

Teresa Santa María1, Elena Martínez Carro1, Concepción Jiménez1, José Calvo Tello2

1: UNIVERSIDAD INTERNACIONAL DE LA RIOJA, Spain; 2: UNIVERSITY OF WÜRZBURG, Germany


Modeling Linked Cultural Events: Design and Application

Kaspar Beelen1, Ivan Kisjes1, Julia Noordegraaf1, Harm Nijboer2, Thunnis van Oort1, Claartje Rasterhoff1

1: University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The; 2: Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands, Netherlands, The

 
3:30pm
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4:00pm
Break04
4:00pm
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5:30pm
LP-13: Gender Studies 1
Location: Imperio B/C
Chair: Jonathan Giron
 

Ego-Networks: Building Data for Feminist Archival Recovery

Emily Christina Murphy

University of Victoria, Canada


Solving the Problem of the “Gender Offenders”: Using Criminal Network Analysis to Optimize Openness in Male Dominated Collaborative Networks

Deb Verhoeven1, Katarzyna Musial1, Stuart Palmer2, Sarah Taylor3, Lachlan Simpson4, Vejune Zemaityte2, Shaukat Abidi1

1: University of Technology Sydney, Australia; 2: Deakin University; 3: RMIT Univerrsity; 4: Independent Researcher


Feminismo y Tecnología: Software Libre y Cultura Hacker Como Medio Para la Apropiación Tecnológica

Martha Irene Soria Guzmán

UAM-Xochimilco, Mexico

LP-14: Arts in the digital age
Location: Caza
Chair: Jo Ana Morfin
 

“Fortitude Flanked with Melody:” Experiments in Music Composition and Performance with Digital Scores

Raffaele Viglianti, Joseph Arkfeld

University of Maryland


The Search for Entropy: Latin America’s Contribution to Digital Art Practice

Reynaldo Thompson, Tirtha Mukhopadhyay

Universidad de Guanajuato, Mexico


El campo del arte en San Luis Potosí, México: 1950-2017. Análisis de Redes Sociales y Capital Social

José Antonio Motilla

Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, Mexico

PS-19: Legado de las/los latinas/os en los Estados Unidos: Proyectos de DH con archivos del Recovery
Location: Imperio A
Chair: Miriam Peña-Pimentel
 

Legado de las/los latinas/os en los Estados Unidos: Proyectos de DH con archivos del Recovery.

Isis Campos1,2, Annette Zapata1,2, Maira E. Álvarez1,2, Sylvia A. Fernández1,2

1: Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage Program; 2: University of Houston, United States of America

PS-20: Digital Humanities in Middle and High School: Case Studies and Pedagogical Approaches
Location: Embajadores
Chair: Jonathan D. Fitzgerald
 

Digital Humanities in Middle and High School: Case Studies and Pedagogical Approaches

Alexander Gil1, Roopika Risam2, Stan Golanka3, Nina Rosenblatt3, David Thomas3, Matt Applegate4, James Cohen4, Eric Rettberg5, Schuyler Esprit6

1: Columbia University Libraries; 2: Salem State University; 3: Trevor Day School; 4: Molloy College; 5: Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy; 6: Create Caribbean, Inc., Dominica

PS-21: Si Las Humanidades Digitales Fueran Un Círculo Estaríamos Hablando De La Circunferencia Digital
Location: Constitución C
Chair: Marat Ocampo Gutiérrez de Velasco
 

Si Las Humanidades Digitales Fueran Un Círculo Estaríamos Hablando De La Circunferencia Digital

Tália Méndez Mahecha1, Javier Beltrán1, Stephanie Sarmiento1, Duván Barrera1, Sara del mar Castiblanco1, María Helena Vargas1, Natalia Restrepo2, Camilo Martinez3, Juan Camilo Chavez3

1: Biblioteca Nacional de colombia, Colombia; 2: Ministerio de Cultura; 3: Universidad de los Andes

SP-13: Local DH, non-standardization
Location: Colonia
Chair: Barbara Bordalejo
 

Humanidades Digitales en Cuba: Avances y Perspectivas

Sulema Rodriguez Roche2, Maytee García Vázquez1, Ania Hernández Quintana3

1: Cubaliteraria, Cuba; 2: Universidad de La Habana; 3: Universidad de La Habana


The History and Context of the Digital Humanities in Russia

Inna Kizhner1, Melissa Terras2, Lev Manovich3, Boris Orekhov4, Anastasia Bonch-Osmolovskaya4, Maxim Rumyantsev1

1: Siberian Federal University, Russian Federation; 2: University of Edinburgh, UK; 3: City University of New York; 4: National Research University Higher School of Economics


The Programming Historian en español: Estrategias y retos para la construcción de una comunidad global de HD

Maria Jose Afanador-Llach1,2

1: Universidad de los Andes, Colombia; 2: The Programming Historian


Bridging Divides for Conservation in the Amazon: Digital Technologies & The Calha Norte Portal

Hannah Mabel Reardon

McGill University, Canada


Conexiones Digitales Afrolatinoamericanas. El Análisis Digital de la Colección Manuel Zapata Olivella

Eduard Arriaga

University of Indianapolis, United States of America

SP-14: Digital Culture and Social Media
Location: Constitución A/B
Chair: Charlotte Tupman
 

Balanceándonos entre la aserción de la identidad y el mantenimiento del anonimato: Usos sociales de la criptografía en la red

Gunnar Eyal Wolf Iszaevich

Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas UNAM, Mexico


Flexibility and Feedback in Digital Standards-Making: Unicode and the Rise of Emojis

S. E. Hackney

University of Pittsburgh, United States of America


Dal Digital Cultural Heritage alla Digital Culture. Evoluzioni nelle Digital Humanities

Nicola Barbuti1, Ludovica Marinucci2

1: Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici DISUM - Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro, Italy; 2: Scuola a Rete per la Formazione nel Digital Cultural Heritage, Arts and Humanities - DiCultHer


Seinfeld at The Nexus of the Universe: Using IMDb Data and Social Network Theory to Create a Digital Humanities Project

Cindy Conaway, Diane Shichtman

SUNY Empire State College, United States of America


Mitologias do Fascínio Tecnológico

Andre Azevedo da Fonseca

Universidade Estadual de Londrina (UEL), Brazil

 
6:00pm
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10:00pm
Conference Fiesta: Conference Fiesta
Location: Claustro de Sor Juana
Date: Friday, 29/Jun/2018
9:00am
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10:30am
LP-15: Pedagogy
Location: Imperio B/C
Chair: Katherine Mary Faull
 

Lo que se Vale y no se Vale Preguntar: El Potencial Pedagógico de las Humanidades Digitales para la Enseñanza Sobre la Experiencia Mexicano-americana en el Midwest de Estados Unidos

Isabel Velázquez, Jennifer Isasi, Marcus Vinícius Barbosa

University of Nebraska, Lincoln, United States of America


The CASPA Model: An Emerging Approach to Integrating Multimodal Assignments

Michael Blum

College of William & Mary, United States of America

LP-16: Computers and their Meanings
Location: Caza
Chair: Zacharias Jacobus Steyn
 

Designing Digital Collections for Social Relevance

Susan Schreibman

Maynooth University, Ireland


ZX Spectrum, or Decentering Digital Media Platform Studies approach as a tool to investigate the cultural differences through computing systems in their interactions with creativity and expression

Piotr Marecki1, Michał Bukowski2, Robert Straky3

1: Jagiellonian University, Poland; 2: Jagiellonian University, Poland; 3: GH University of Science and Technology, Poland


SciFiQ and “Twinkle, Twinkle”: A Computational Approach to Creating “the Perfect Science Fiction Story”

Adam Hammond1, Julian Brooke2

1: University of Toronto, Canada; 2: Thomson Reuters, Canada

PS-22: Remediating Machistán: Bridging Espacios Queer in Culturas Digitales, or Puentes over Troubled Waters
Location: Imperio A
Chair: Deb Verhoeven
 

Remediating Machistán: Bridging Espacios Queer in Culturas Digitales, or Puentes over Troubled Waters

Carina Emilia Guzman1, T.L. Cowan1, Jasmine Rault1, Itzayana Gutierrez2

1: University of Toronto, Canada; 2: McGill University, Canada

PS-23: Perspectivas Digitales y a Gran Escala en el Estudio de Revistas Culturales de los Espacios Hispánico y Lusófono
Location: Embajadores
Chair: Maria Jose Afanador-Llach
 

Perspectivas Digitales y a Gran Escala en el Estudio de Revistas Culturales de los Espacios Hispánico y Lusófono

Ventsislav Ikoff1, Laura Fólica1, Diana Roig Sanz1, Hanno Ehrlicher2, Teresa Herzgsell2, Claudia Cedeño2, Rocío Ortuño3, Joana Malta4, Pedro Lisboa4

1: Open University of Catalonia, Spain; 2: University of Tübingen, Germany; 3: University of Antwerp, Belgium; 4: SLHI - CHAM-FCSH/NOVA-UAc, Portugal

PS-24: Digital Decolonizations: Remediating the Popol Wuj
Location: Constitución C
Chair: Allison Margaret Bigelow
 

Digital Decolonizations: Remediating the Popol Wuj

Allison Margaret Bigelow1, Pamela Espinosa de los Monteros2, Will Hansen3, Rafael Alvarado1, Catherine Addington1, Karina Baptista1

1: University of Virginia, United States of America; 2: Ohio State University, United States of America; 3: Newberry Library, United States of America

SP-15: Art History, Archives, Media
Location: Colonia
Chair: Nuria Rodríguez-Ortega
 

The (Digital) Space Between: Notes on Art History and Machine Vision Learning

Benjamin Zweig

Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, United States of America


Modeling the Fragmented Archive: A Missing Data Case Study from Provenance Research

Matthew Lincoln, Sandra van Ginhoven

Getty Research Institute, United States of America


Urban Art in a Digital Context: A Computer-Based Evaluation of Street Art and Graffiti Writing

Sabine Lang, Björn Ommer

Heidelberg Collaboratory for Image Processing


Extracting and Aligning Artist Names in Digitized Art Historical Archives

Benoit Seguin, Lia Costiner, Isabella di Lenardo, Frédéric Kaplan

EPFL, Switzerland


Métodos digitales para el estudio de la fotografía compartida. Una aproximación distante a tres ciudades iberoamericanas en Instagram.

Gabriela Elisa Sued

Tecnológico de Monterrey Ciudad de México

SP-16: Maps, Networks, Data
Location: Constitución A/B
Chair: Øyvind Eide
 

Histonets, Turning Historical Maps into Digital Networks

Javier de la Rosa Pérez1, Scott Bailey1, Clayton Nall2, Ashley Jester1, Jack Reed3, Drew Winget3

1: Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research, Stanford University, United States of America; 2: Department of Political Science, Stanford University, United States of America; 3: Digital Library Systems and Services, Stanford University, United States of America


Spatial Disaggregation of Historical Census Data Leveraging Multiple Sources of Ancillary Data

João Miguel Monteiro1, Bruno Emanuel Martins1, Patricia Murrieta-Flores2, João Moura Pires3

1: University of Lisbon, IST and INESC-ID, Portugal; 2: University of Lancaster, United Kingdom; 3: Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, FCT / NOVA LINCS, Portugal


Towards Linked Data of Bible Quotations in Jewish Texts

Oren Mishali, Benny Kimelfeld

Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel


Analyzing Social Networks of XML Plays: Exploring Shakespeare’s Genres

Lawrence Evalyn1, Susan Gauch2, Manisha Shukla2

1: University of Toronto, Canada; 2: University of Arkansas, United States


The Moral Geography of Milton's Paradise Lost

Randa El Khatib

University of Victoria, Canada

 
10:30am
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11:00am
Break06: Break
11:00am
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12:30pm
LP-17: Authorship
Location: Imperio B/C
Chair: Maciej Eder
 

Authorship Attribution Variables and Victorian Drama: Words, Word-Ngrams, and Character-Ngrams

David L. Hoover

New York University, United States of America


Burrows’ Zeta: Exploring and Evaluating Variants and Parameters

Christof Schöch1, Daniel Schlör2, Albin Zehe2, Henning Gebhard1, Martin Becker2, Andreas Hotho2

1: University of Trier, Germany; 2: University of Würzburg, Germany


Women’s Books versus Books by Women

Corina Koolen

The Huygens Institute for Netherlands History, Amsterdam

LP-18: Opening the Canons
Location: Caza
Chair: Isabel Galina Russell
 

The Digitization of “Oriental” Manuscripts: Resisting the Reinscribing of Canon and Colonialism

Caroline T. Schroeder

University of the Pacific, United States of America


Negentropic linguistic evolution: A comparison of seven languages

Vincent Buntinx, Frédéric Kaplan

EPFL (École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne), Switzerland


Modelling Multigraphism: The Digital Representation of Multiple Scripts and Alphabets

Peter Anthony Stokes

King's College, London, United Kingdom

PS-25: Social Justice, Data Curation, and Latin American & Caribbean Studies
Location: Imperio A
Chair: Mario H. Ramirez
 

Social Justice, Data Curation, and Latin American & Caribbean Studies

Lorena Gauthereau1, Hannah Alpert-Abrams2, Alex Galarza3, Mario H. Ramirez4, Crystal Andrea Felima5

1: University of Houston, United States of America; 2: University of Texas at Austin, United States of America; 3: Haverford College, United States of America; 4: Indiana University, United States of America; 5: University of Florida, United States of America

PS-26: Producción y Difusión de la investigación de las colecciones de archivos gráficos y fotográficos en el Archivo Histórico Riva-Agüero (AHRA)
Location: Embajadores
Chair: Gimena del Rio Riande
 

Producción y Difusión de la investigación de las colecciones de archivos gráficos y fotográficos en el Archivo Histórico Riva-Agüero (AHRA)

Rita Segovia Rojas, Ada Arrieta Álvarez, Daphne Cornejo Retamozo, Patricio Alvarado Luna, Ivonne Macazana Galdos, Paula Benites Mendoza, Fernando Contreras Zanabria, Melissa Boza Palacios, Enrique Urteaga Araujo

Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Peru

PS-27: Mid-Range Reading: Manifesto Edition
Location: Constitución C
Chair: Alison Booth
 

Mid-Range Reading: Manifesto Edition

Grant Wythoff1, Alison Booth2, Sarah Allison3, Daniel Shore4

1: Pennsylvania State University, United States of America; 2: University of Virginia, United States of America; 3: Loyola University New Orleans, United States of America; 4: Georgetown University, United States of America

SP-17: Text Analysis, Classical Studies, Manuscripts
Location: Colonia
Chair: Leif Isaksen
 

Verba Volant, Scripta Manent: An Open Source Platform for Collecting Data to Train OCR Models for Manuscript Studies

Samuel Grieggs, Bingyu Shen, Hildegund Muller, Christine Ascik, Erik Ellis, Mihow McKenny, Nikolas Churik, Emily Mahan, Walter Scheirer

University of Notre Dame, United States of America


Temporal Entity Random Indexing

Annalina Caputo, Gary Munnelly, Seamus Lawless

Adapt Centre, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland


Backoff Lemmatization as a Philological Method

Patrick J. Burns

Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, United States of America


Expanding the Research Environment for Ancient Documents (READ) to Any Writing System

Andrew Glass

Microsoft Corp., University of Washington


On Natural Disasters In Chinese Standard Histories

Hong-Ting Su, Jieh Hsiang, Nungyao Lin

National Taiwan University, Taiwan

SP-18: Sustainability and Institutions
Location: Constitución A/B
Chair: Fabio Ciotti
 

The Purpose of Education: A Large-Scale Text Analysis of University Mission Statements

Danica Savonick1, Lisa Tagliaferri2

1: The Graduate Center of the City University of New York; 2: Fordham University, DigitalOcean


A formação de professores/pesquisadores de História no contexto da Cibercultura: História Digital, Humanidades Digitais e as novas perspectivas de ensino no Brasil.

Patrícia Marcondes de Barros

UNESPAR, Brazil


Is Digital Humanities Adjuncting Infrastructurally Significant?

Kathi Inman Berens

Portland State University, United States of America


Part Deux: Exploring the Signs of Abandonment of Online Digital Humanities Projects

Luis Meneses1, Jonathan Martin2, Richard Furuta3, Ray Siemens1

1: Electronic Textual Cultures Laboratory - University of Victoria, Canada; 2: King’s College London; 3: Center for the Study of Digital Libraries, Texas A&M University


Legacy No Longer: Designing Sustainable Systems for Website Development

Karin Dalziel, Jessica Dussault, Gregory Tunink

University of Nebraska–Lincoln, United States of America

 
12:30pm
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2:00pm
AGM-03: centerNet Annual General Meeting
Location: Embajadores
Lunch03
2:00pm
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3:30pm
LP-19: Asian & Southeast Asian Studies
Location: Imperio B/C
Chair: Jieh Hsiang
 

Chinese Text Project

Donald Sturgeon

Harvard University, United States of America


Minna de Honkoku: Learning-driven Crowdsourced Transcription of 
Pre-modern Japanese Earthquake Records

Yuta Hashimoto1, Yasuyuki Kano2, Ichiro Nakasnishi2, Junzo Ohmura3, Yoko Odagi2, Kentaro Hattori2, Tama Amano2, Tomoyo Kuba2, Haruno Sakai4

1: National Museum of Japanese History, Japan; 2: Kyoto University, Japan; 3: Bukkyo University, Japan; 4: Tokyo Metropolitan Library


Network Analysis Shows Previously Unreported Features of Javanese Traditional Theatre

Miguel Escobar Varela1, Andrew Schauf2

1: Department of English Language and Literature, National University of Singapore; 2: Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Engineering, National University of Singapore

LP-20: DH Now and Beyond
Location: Constitución C
Chair: Elena Pierazzo
 

Dall’Informatica umanistica alle Digital Humanities. Per una storia concettuale delle DH in Italia

Fabio Ciotti

Università di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy


Visualising The Digital Humanities Community: A Comparison Study Between Citation Network And Social Network

Jin Gao, Julianne Nyhan, Oliver Duke-Williams, Simon Mahony

UCL Centre for Digital Humanities, Department of Information Studies, University College London, United Kingdom


Developing Digital Methods to Map Museum "Soft Power"

Natalia Grincheva

University of Melbourne, Australia

PS-28: Global Perspectives On Decolonizing Digital Pedagogy
Location: Imperio A
Chair: Roopika Risam
 

Global Perspectives On Decolonizing Digital Pedagogy

Anelise Hanson Shrout1, Jamila Moore-Pewu1, Gimena del Rio Riande2, Susanna Allés3, Kajsa Hallberg Adu4

1: California State University Fullerton, United States of America; 2: IIBICRIT Argentina; 3: University of Miami; 4: Ashesi University College

PS-29: Harnessing Emergent Digital Technologies to Facilitate North-South, Cross-Cultural, Interdisciplinary Conversations about Indigenous Community Identities and Cultural Heritage in Yucatán
Location: Embajadores
Chair: Alexander Gil
 

Harnessing Emergent Digital Technologies to Facilitate North-South, Cross-Cultural, Interdisciplinary Conversations about Indigenous Community Identities and Cultural Heritage in Yucatán

Gabrielle Vail1, Sarah Buck Kachaluba2, Matilde Cordoba Azcarate2, Samuel Francois Jouault3

1: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; 2: University of California, San Diego; 3: Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán

PS-30: Digital Humanities Pedagogy and Praxis Roundtable
Location: Caza
Chair: Matthew K. Gold
 

Digital Humanities Pedagogy and Praxis Roundtable

Amanda Heinrichs5, James Malazita3, Jim McGrath6, Miriam Peña Pimentel8, Lisa Rhody2, Paola Ricaurte Quijano7, Adriana Álvarez Sánchez8, Brandon Walsh1, Ethan Watrall4, Matthew Gold2

1: University of Virginia, United States of America; 2: The Graduate Center, CUNY, United States of America; 3: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States of America; 4: Michigan State University, United States of America; 5: Five College Digital Humanities and Blended Learning, Amherst College, United States of America; 6: Brown University, United States of America; 7: Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico; 8: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico

SP-19: Approaches to Corpora
Location: Colonia
Chair: Mark Andrew Algee-Hewitt
 

A Corpus Approach to Manuscript Abbreviations (CAMA)

Alpo Honkapohja

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom


Exploration of Sentiments and Genre in Spanish American Novels

Ulrike Edith Gerda Henny-Krahmer

Universität Würzburg, Germany


Words that Have Made History, or Modeling the Dynamics of Linguistic Changes

Maciej Eder1,2

1: Institute of Polish Language (Polish Academy of Sciences), Poland; 2: Pedagogical University in Kraków, Poland


Polysystem Theory and Macroanalysis. A Case Study of Sienkiewicz in Italian.

Jan Rybicki1, Katarzyna Biernacka-Licznar2, Monika Woźniak3

1: Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland, Poland; 2: Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Wrocław, Poland; 3: Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza", Italia


Spotting the Character: How to Collect Elements of Characterisation in Literary Texts?

Ioana Galleron1, Fatiha Idmhand2, Cécile Meynard3, Pierre-Yves Buard4, Julia Roger4, Anne Goloubkoff4

1: U. Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3, France; 2: U. de Poitiers; 3: U. d'Angers; 4: U. de Caen

SP-20: Forms of Visualizing
Location: Constitución A/B
Chair: Glen Worthey
 

Segmentación, modelado y visualización de fuentes históricas para el estudio del perdón en el Nuevo Reino de Granada del siglo XVIII

Jairo Antonio Melo Flórez

El Colegio de Michoacán, Mexico


Towards A Digital Dissolution: The Challenges Of Mapping Revolutionary Change In Pre-modern Europe

Charlotte Tupman, James Clark, Richard Holding

University of Exeter, United Kingdom


The 91st Volume — How the Digitised Index for the Collected Works of Leo Tolstoy Adds A New Angle for Research

Boris V. Orekhov, Frank Fischer

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation


Towards a Metric for Paraphrastic Modification

Maria Moritz1, Johannes Hellrich2, Sven Buechel3

1: University of Goettingen, Germany; 2: Graduate School “The Romantic Model”, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany; 3: JULIE Lab, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany


Differential Reading by Image-based Change Detection and Prospect for Human-Machine Collaboration for Differential Transcription

Asanobu Kitamoto1,2, Hiroshi Horii3, Misato Horii3, Chikahiko Suzuki1, Kazuaki Yamamoto4, Kumiko Fujizane5

1: Center for Open Data in the Humanities, Joint Support-Center for Data Science Research, Research Organization of Information and Systems; 2: National Institute of Informatics; 3: AMANE LLC.; 4: National Institute of Japanese Literature; 5: Notre Dame Seishin University

 
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LP-21: Gender Studies 2
Location: Imperio B/C
Chair: Dolores Romero-López
 

Visualizing the Feminist Controversy in England, 1788-1810

Laura C Mandell, Megan Pearson, Rebecca Kempe, Steve Dezort

Texas A&M University, United States of America


#SiMeMatan Será por Atea: Procesamiento Ciberactivista de la Religión como Parte del Canon Heteropatriarcal en México

Michelle Vyoleta Romero Gallardo

Multiversidad Mundo Real Edgar Morin, Mexico

LP-22: DH in the Global South
Location: Caza
Chair: Alexander Gil
 

Digital Humanities in Latin American Studies: Cybercultures Initiative

Angelica J. Huizar

Old Dominion University, United States of America


Ciências Sociais Computacionais no Brasil

Juliana Marques, Celso Castro

FGV CPDOC, Brazil


Non-normative Data From The Global South And Epistemically Produced Invisibility In Computationally Mediated Inquiry

Sayan Bhattacharyya

Price Lab for Digital Humanities, University of Pennsylvania, United States of America

PS-31: Justice-Based DH, Practice, and Communities
Location: Imperio A
Chair: Vika Zafrin
 

Justice-Based DH, Practice, and Communities

Vika Zafrin1, Purdom Lindblad2, Roopika Risam3, Gabriela Baeza Ventura4, Carolina Villarroel4

1: Boston University, United States of America; 2: University of Maryland, United States of America; 3: Salem State University, United States of America; 4: University of Houston, United States of America

PS-32: Unanticipated Afterlives: Resurrecting Dead Projects and Research Data for Pedagogical Use
Location: Embajadores
Chair: Megan Finn Senseney
 

Unanticipated Afterlives: Resurrecting Dead Projects and Research Data for Pedagogical Use

Megan Finn Senseney1, Paige Morgan2, Miriam Posner3, Andrea Thomer4, Helene Williams5

1: University of Illinois, United States of America; 2: University of Miami, United States of America; 3: University of California, Los Angeles, United States of America; 4: University of Michigan, United States of America; 5: University of Washington, United States of America

PS-33: Pensar Filosóficamente las Humanidades Digitales
Location: Constitución C
Chair: Ernesto Priani
 

Pensar Filosóficamente las Humanidades Digitales

Marat Ocampo Gutiérrez de Velasco, Francisco Barrón Tovar, Ana María Guzmán Olmos, Sandra Reyes Álvarez, Elena León Magaña, Ethel Rueda Hernández

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico

SP-21: Digitization and Digital Editions
Location: Colonia
Chair: James Cummings
 

Digitizing Paratexts

Kate Holterhoff

Georgia Institute of Technology, United States of America


A Digital Edition of Leonhard Euler's Correspondence with Christian Goldbach

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

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


Afterlives of Digitization

Lily Cho1, Julienne Pascoe2,3

1: York University; 2: Library and Archives Canada; 3: Canadiana.org


Ontological Challenges in Editing Historic Editions of the Encyclopedia Britannica

Peter M Logan

Temple University, United States of America


La creación del Repositorio Digital del Patrimonio Cultural de México

Ernesto Miranda, Vania Ramírez

Secretaria de Cultura

SP-22: Text Analysis and Stylometry
Location: Constitución A/B
Chair: Kathi Inman Berens
 

Does "Late Style" Exist? New Stylometric Approaches to Variation in Single-Author Corpora

Jonathan Pearce Reeve

Columbia University, United States of America


Finding Data in a Literary Corpus: A Curatorial Approach

Brad Rittenhouse, Sudeep Agarwal, Taha Merghani, Vidya Iyer, Madison McRoy, Sidharth Potdar, Nate Knauf, Kevin Kusama

Georgia Institute of Technology, United States of America


READ Workbench – Corpus Collaboration and TextBase Avatars

Ian McCrabb

University Of Sydney, Australia


Large-Scale Accuracy Benchmark Results for Juola's Authorship Verification Protocols

Patrick Juola

Duquesne University, United States of America


Corpus Linguistics for Multidisciplinary Research: Coptic Scriptorium as Case Study

Caroline T. Schroeder

University of the Pacific, United States of America

 
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Closing & Keynote: Conference Closing and Keynote
Location: Independencia
 

Digital Experimentation, Courageous Citizenship and Caribbean Futurism

Schuyler Esprit

Research Institute at Dominica State College


 
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