Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Sunday, 07/Jul/2019
9:00am
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5:00pm
ADHO Steering Committee Meeting
Location: Social Impact Factory
Date: Monday, 08/Jul/2019
9:00am
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1:00pm
WS-01: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Uitloopfoyer
 

I’m the One Building the Tool!

Julia Damerow1, Carsten Thiel2, Malte Vogl3, Stephan Druskat4, Robert Casties3, Alexander Czmiel5

1: Arizona State University; 2: CESSDA ERIC; 3: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science; 4: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; 5: Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften

WS-02: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Pit
 

Getting Things Done: Administrative Tips, Tricks, Helps, And Hindrances In Digital Scholarship

Tom Keegan1, Leah Gehlsen Morlan1, Peter Leonard2, Catherine DeRose2

1: The University of Iowa Libraries, United States of America; 2: Yale University Library, United States of America

WS-04: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Cloud Nine
 

Semantic Corpus Exploration

Alex Olieman1,2, Kaspar Beelen1, Jaap Kamps1

1: University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The; 2: TinQwise Stamkracht BV, Amsterdam, Netherlands, The

WS-05: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Black Box
 

Accelerating DH Education

Elli Bleeker2, Johanna de Groot3, Aodhán Kelly1, Martine Schophuizen1, Sally Wyatt4

1: Open University, Netherlands; 2: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), Netherlands; 3: SURF, Netherlands; 4: Maastricht University

WS-06: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Club Nine
 

Ontologies for Linked Data in the Humanities Sponsored by the ADHO LOD SIG

Susan Brown1, Kim Martin1, Jasmine Drudge-Willson1, Johanna Drucker2, Joseph T Tennis3, Ryan Shaw4

1: University of Guelph, Canada; 2: University of California in Los Angeles; 3: University of Washington; 4: University of North Carolina

 
9:00am
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5:00pm
EADH Executive Committee Meeting
Location: Drift 25 2.01
Humanistica Executive Committee Meeting
Location: Drift 13. 0.03
9:00am
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6:00pm
WS-07: Full day workshops and tutorials
Location: Punt
 

Analysing Visual Communication in Theory and Practice with Archetype

Peter Anthony Stokes1, Debora Marques de Matos2, Neil Jakeman3

1: École Pratique des Hautes Études – Université PSL; 2: University of Münster; 3: King's College London

WS-08: Full day workshops and tutorials
Location: Pandora Zaal
 

Copyright and Humanities Research: A Global Perspective

Vanessa Hannesschläger1, Pawel Kamocki2, Walter Scholger3

1: ACDH-OeAW - Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences; 2: ELDA - European Language Resources Distribution Agency; 3: ZIM-ACDH - Centre for Information Modelling, Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, University of Graz

WS-09: Full day workshops and tutorials
Location: Pandora Foyer
 

Complexity And Uncertainty In DH Projects: A Co-design Approach Around Data Visualization

Eveline Wandl-Vogt1, Enric Senabre Hidalgo2, Roberto Theron3

1: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austria; 2: Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, Open University of Catalonia, Spain; 3: University of Salamanca, VisUsal, Spain

WS-10: Full day workshops and tutorials
Location: Hertz
 

Towards Multilingualism In Digital Humanities: Achievements, Failures And Good Practices In DH Projects With Non-latin Scripts

Martin Lee, Cosima Wagner

Freie Universität Berlin, University Library/Campus Library, Germany

WS-11: Full day workshops and tutorials
Location: Drift 25 1.05
 

DH for All: Towards an Inclusive, Usable, and Accessible Digital Humanities

Jasmine Lelis Clark, Alex Wermer-Colan, Jordan Hample

Temple University, United States of America

WS-12: Full day workshops and tutorials
Location: Drift 25 2.06

2nd room: Drift 25 2.03

 

AVinDH SIG Workshop

Lauren Tilton1, Jasmijn van Gorp2

1: University of Richmond, United States of America; 2: Utrecht University

WS-13: Full day workshops and tutorials
Location: Koninklijke Bibliotheek
 

ADHO Libraries and Digital Humanities SIG Pre-conference: Libraries as Research Partners in Digital Humanities

Lotte Wilms1, Sarah Potvin2, Isabel Galina3, Silvia Gutiérrez4, Andreas Degkwitz5, Steven Claeyssens1, Marian Lefferts6, Hege Hosoien7

1: Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands, Netherlands, The; 2: Texas A&M University; 3: Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliográficas at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; 4: Daniel Cosío Villegas Library - El Colegio de México; 5: Humboldt University of Berlin; 6: Consortium of European Research Libraries; 7: National Library of Norway

 
12:00pm
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2:00pm
centerNet Executive Committee Meeting
Location: Drift 25 2.04
2:00pm
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6:00pm
WS-14: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Black Box
 

Conceptual Modelling of Subjectivity, Temporality and Vagueness with ConML

Cesar Gonzalez-Perez1, Patricia Martín-Rodilla2

1: Incipit CSIC, Spain; 2: CITIUS, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain

WS-15: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Cloud Nine
 

Linked Data for the Humanities: methods and techniques

Enrico Daga1, Aldo Gangemi2

1: The Open University, United Kingdom; 2: University of Bologna

WS-16: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Schele Maagd
 

XML2RDF – Extracting RDF Statements From XML Resources With XTriples

Max Grüntgens, Thomas Kollatz

Academie of Science and Literature, Mainz, Germany

WS-17: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Uitloopfoyer
 

Introduction to Natural Language Processing for DH Research with SpaCy - A Fast and Accessible Library that Integrates Modern Machine Learning Technology

Andrew Janco1, Seth Bernstein2, David Lassner3

1: Haverford College; 2: National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow; 3: TU Berlin: Technische Universität Berlin

WS-18: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Pit
 

Materia on the Move: Trade & Colonisation of Collections - Digital Studies in Provenance

Kalliopi Zervanou1, Toine Pieters2

1: Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands; 2: Utrecht University, The Netherlands

 
Date: Tuesday, 09/Jul/2019
9:00am
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1:00pm
WS-19: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Pandora Zaal
 

A Multidisciplinary Approach To The Use Of Technology In Research: The Case Of Interview Data

Arjan van Hessen1, Stefania Scagliola2, Louise Corti3, Silvia Calamai4, Norah Karrouche5, Christoph Daxler6, Henk van den Heuvel7

1: Utrecht University, The Netherlands; 2: C2DH, University of Luxemburg; 3: UK Data Archive; 4: Universita di Siena, sede Arezzo; 5: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, The Netherlands; 6: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München; 7: Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen

WS-20: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Black Box
 

Digital Humanities Services in Academic Libraries: A Design Thinking Approach to Center Inclusive and Anti-Oppressive Approaches for DH Services

Jennifer Nichols1, Niamh Wallace2

1: University of Arizona Libraries; 2: University of Arizona Libraries

WS-21: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Uitloopfoyer
 

Diversity Workshop

Barbara Bordalejo1, Daniel Paul O'Donnell2

1: KU Leuven, Belgium; 2: University of Lethbridge, Canada

WS-22: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Schele Maagd
 

E-Lexicography Between Digital Humanities And Artificial Intelligence: Complexities In Data, Technologies, Communities

Tanja Wissik1, John P. McCrae2, Paul Buitelaar2, Toma Tasovac3, Justin Tonra2, Ksenia Zaytseva1

1: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria; 2: National University of Ireland Galway; 3: Belgrade Center for Digital Humanities (BCDH)

WS-23: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Punt
 

Attractive, Interactive, Ready for the Web: Visualizing Your Data Using R

Andres Karjus

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

WS-24: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Pit
 

Next Generation Research with Europeana: the Humanities and Cultural Heritage in a Digital Perspective.

Alba Irollo1, Hugo Manguinhas1, Lorna Hughes2, Seamus Ross3, Antoine Isaac1, Nuno Freire1, Berber Hagedoorn4, Matteo Romanello5, Giovanni Colavizza6

1: Europeana Foundation, NL; 2: University of Glasgow, UK; 3: University of Toronto, CDN; 4: University of Groningen, NL; 5: University of Lusanne, CH; 6: University of Amsterdam, NL

WS-25: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Cloud Nine
 

Tracing the Complex History of Manuscripts Using Linked Data

Toby Nicolas Burrows1, Kevin Page1, David Lewis1, Emma Cawlfield2, Laura Cleaver3, Jouni Tuominen4

1: University of Oxford; 2: University of Pennsylvania; 3: Trinity College Dublin; 4: University of Helsinki

WS-26: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Drift 25 2.03
 

ADHO SIG for Digital Humanities Pedagogy and Training Mini-conference and Meeting: "The Complexities of Teaching DH in Global Contexts"

Diane Katherine Jakacki1, Ray Siemens2, Brian Croxall1, Katherine Faull3, Walter Scholger4

1: Bucknell University, United States of America; 2: University of Victoria, Canada; 3: Brigham Young University, United States; 4: University of Graz, Austria

WS-27: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Drift 25 2.06
 

Pre-Conference Workshop “DLS Tool Criticism. An Anatomy of Use Cases”

J. Berenike Herrmann1, Francesca Frontini2, Simone Rebora3,1, Jan Rybicki4, Anne-Sophie Bories1

1: Basel University Switzerland, Switzerland; 2: Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3, France; 3: Verona University, Italy; 4: Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland

WS-28: Half day workshops and tutorials
Location: Drift 25 2.04
 

ADHO Geohumanities SIG Conversations Workshop

Patricia Murrieta-Flores1, Michael Page2, Carmen Brando3, Benjamin Vis4

1: Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: Emory University, USA; 3: EHESS, France; 4: University of Kent, United Kingdom

9:00am
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4:00pm
WS-29: Full day workshops and tutorials
Location: Pandora Foyer
 

Workshop: From Manuscript to Text Analytics

Cornelis van Lit1, Wido van Peursen2, Mladen Popović3, Pierre Van Hecke4, Dirk Roorda5, Hannes Vlaardingerbroek2, Maruf Dhali3, Mathias Coeckelbergs4

1: Utrecht University, Netherlands, The; 2: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; 3: University of Groningen; 4: KU Leuven; 5: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences

WS-30: Full day workshops and tutorials
Location: Club Nine
 

Culture Analytics Workshop : time series

John Laudun1, Mila Oiva2, Ekaterina Lapina-Kratasyuk3

1: University of Louisiana, USA; 2: University of Turku, Finland; 3: Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russia

WS-31: Full day workshops and tutorials
Location: Hertz
 

Named Entity Processing for Digital Humanities

Maud Ehrmann1, Matteo Romanello1, Simon Clematide2

1: EPFL, Switzerland; 2: Zurich University, Switzerland

 
9:15am
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1:00pm
ADHO Steering Committee Meeting follow up
Location: Social Impact Factory
4:30pm
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5:30pm
Opening Keynote
Location: Grote Zaal
Chair: Franciska de Jong
 

African Inspiration for Understanding the Compositeness of Being Human through Digital Technologies

Francis B. Nyamnjoh

University of Cape Town, South Africa

5:30pm
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7:00pm
Opening Reception
Location: Plein 6
Date: Wednesday, 10/Jul/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
LP-01: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Uitloopfoyer
Chair: Dirk Van Hulle
 

I-Media-Cities: A Digital Ecosystem Enriching A Searchable Treasure Trove Of Audio Visual Assets

Gabriella Scipione, Antonella Guidazzoli, Silvano Imboden, Giuseppe Trotta, Margherita Montanari, Maria Chiara Liguori, Simona Caraceni

Cineca, Italy



More Than Just CG: Storytelling And Mixed Techniques In An Educational Short Movie

Antonella Guidazzoli, Giovanni Bellavia, Daniele De Luca, Francesca Delli Ponti, Federica Farroni, Maria Chiara Liguori, Beatrice Chiavarini, Silvano Imboden

Cineca, Italy



Visualizing Networks of Artistic Ideas in History Paintings in the Seventeenth-Century Netherlands

Weixuan Li

University of Amsterdam/Huygens ING

LP-02: Cultures Literatures and Texts
Location: Pit
Chair: Paul Arthur
 

An Interactive, Multi-layer Edition Of Jacob Bernoulli's Scientific Notebook Meditationes As Part Of Bernoulli-Euler Online

Tobias Julius Schweizer, Sepideh Alassi, Martin Mattmüller, Lukas Rosenthaler, Helmut Harbrecht

University of Basel, Switzerland



The Invisible Translator Revisited

David L. Hoover

New York University, United States of America



A Finite-State Approach to Automatic Greek Hexameter Analysis

Anne-Kathrin Schumann1, Christoph Beierle1, Norbert Blößner2

1: Fernuniversität Hagen, Germany; 2: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

LP-03: Space Territory GeoHumanities
Location: Pandora Foyer
Chair: Giovanni Colavizza
 

Locating Absence with Narrative Digital Maps

Matt Applegate, Sarah Evans, Jamie Cohen

Molloy College, United States of America



Using Visualization to Understand the Complex Spatiality of Mappae Mundi

Martin Reckziegel1, David Joseph Wrisley2, Taylor Wright Hixson2, Stefan Jänicke1

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



Maps Re-imagined: Digital, Informational, and Perceptional Experimentations in Progress

Tyng-Ruey Chuang1, Chih-Chuan Hsu1,2, Huang-Sin Syu1,2

1: Academia Sinica, Taiwan; 2: National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

LP-04: Scholarly Communities, Communication, Pedagogy
Location: Club Nine
Chair: Diane Katherine Jakacki
 

Developing a Community of Practice: The CHASE Model for Digital Humanities Researcher Training

Francesca Benatti1, Paul Gooding2, Matthew Sillence3

1: The Open University, United Kingdom; 2: University of Glasgow; 3: University of East Anglia



The PARTHENOS Training Suite: Empowering eHumanities and eHeritage Research(ers) with essential Knowledge and Skills

Ulrike Wuttke1, Heike Neuroth1, Rothfritz Laura1, Edmond Jennifer2, Garnett Vicky2, Uiterwaal Frank3, Annisius Marie4

1: University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Germany; 2: Trinity College Dublin; 3: NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies; 4: University of Leipzig



Publishing (and Forgetting) the Small or Medium-sized Scholarly Edition or Cultural Heritage Collection as Linked Open Data: Using Zenodo and Github to Publish the Visionary Cross Project

Daniel Paul O'Donnell1, Gurpreet Singh1, Dot Porter2, Roberto Rosselli Del Turco3, Marco Callieri4, Matteo Dellepiane4, Roberto Scopigno4

1: University of Lethbridge, Canada; 2: University of Pennsylvania; 3: Università degli Studi di Torino; 4: ISTI-CNR

LP-05: Tools Interfaces and Infrastructures
Location: Black Box
Chair: Serge Heiden
 

An “Open Lab?” The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab in the Evolving Digital Humanities Landscape

Randa El Khatib, Alyssa Arbuckle, Ray Siemens, Luis Meneses

University of Victoria, Canada



RISE and SHINE: A Modular and Decentralized Approach for Interoperability between Textual Collections and Digital Research Tools

Sean Wang1, Pascal Belouin1, Hou Ieong Ho2, Shih-Pei Chen1

1: Max Planck Institute for the History of Science; 2: Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin



Misremembering Machines: A Creative Collaboration on Memory in AI-driven Storytelling

Elliott Hall, James Smithies

King's College London, United Kingdom

P-01: Digital Humanities Theory and Methodology
Location: Grote Zaal
Chair: Aurélien Berra
 

"Building community" at the National and/or International Level in the Context of the Digital Humanities

Adeline Joffres1, Mike Priddy2, Francesca Morselli3,2, Fatiha Idmhand4, Thomas Lebarbé5, Caroline Abéla6, Xavier Granier6, Mehdi Chayani6, Paul Bertrand7, Xavier Rodier8, Christophe Parisse9, Céline Poudat10, Véronique Ginouvès11, Fabrice Melka12, Michael Sinatra13, Emmanuel Château-Dutier13, Jason Camlot14, Stéfan Sinclair15, Gimena Del Rio Riande16, Paula Ricaurte17, Isabel Galina Russel18, José Francisco Barrón Tovar18, Ernesto Priani Saisó18, Martin Grandjean19, Aurélien Berra9, Olivier Baude1, Stephane Pouyllau1

1: Huma-Num, France; 2: DANS-KNAW; 3: DARIAH-EU; 4: Université de Poitiers; 5: Université de Grenoble; 6: Université de Bordeaux; 7: Université Catholique de Louvain; 8: Université de Tours; 9: Université de Paris-Nanterre; 10: Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis; 11: Université Aix-Marseille, Phonothèque de la MMSH; 12: Université de Paris 1 - Institut des Mondes Africains - CNRS; 13: Université de Montréal; 14: Concordia University; 15: Mc Gill University; 16: CONICET; 17: Tecnológico de Monterrey; 18: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; 19: Université de Lausanne

P-02: Society, Media, Politics, Engagement
Location: Hertz
Chair: Deb Verhoeven
 

Intellectual Networks and Cultural Networks: Kinomatics and the complex cultural geometry of cinema

Deb Verhoeven1, Paul S. Moore2, Vejune Zemaityte3, Skadi Loist4, Evgenia Samoilova4

1: University of Technology Sydney, Australia; 2: Ryerson University; 3: Deakin University; 4: Film University Babelsberg “Konrad Wolf”

SP-01: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Schele Maagd
Chair: Meghan Ferriter
 

Towards a New Approach in the Study of Intangible Cultural Heritage

Angela Bellia

National Research Council, Italy



Simulating Historical Flows And Connection. The Artistic Transfer During The 15th To 16th Century In The Iberian Peninsula.

Patricia Ferreira-Lopes

University of Seville, Spain



E Pluribus Unum: a Uniform DL Solution for Historical Data Management, Archiving and Exploitation of Opera

Paolo Bonora, Angelo Pompilio

Department of Cultural Heritage, University of Bologna, Italy



Paleo Codage - A machine-readable way to describe cuneiform characters paleographically

Timo Homburg

Mainz University Of Applied Sciences, Germany



Documentation of Digital Heritage Information Resources: Expanding Access for Research and Education

Nadezhda Georgievna Povroznik

Perm State National Research University, Russian Federation

SP-02: Cultures, Literatures and Texts
Location: Pandora Zaal
Chair: Fabio Ciotti
 

Towards a Common Model for European Poetry: Challenges and Solutions

Helena Bermúdez-Sabel1, María Luisa Díez Platas1, Salvador Ros1, Elena González-Blanco2

1: Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Spain; 2: Coverwallet, Spain



Modelling The Editorial Reading Process: The Case Of Giulio Einaudi Editore

Laura Antonietti

Université Grenoble Alpes, France



Modelling Poetic Similarity: A Comparative Study of W. B. Yeats and the English Romantic Poets

Wenyi Shang1, Jingzhou Zhang2, Win-bin Huang1

1: Department of Information Management, Peking University, China; 2: Deparment of Chinese Language and Literature, Peking University, China



Exploring Intertextuality in the Mahoyoga Section of the Rin chen gter mdzod

Ching-Hsuan Mei, Jen-Jou Hung

Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts, Taiwan



A Graph Database of Scholastic Relationships in the Babylonian Talmud

Joshua Waxman

Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University, United States of America

SP-03: Language, Languages
Location: Cloud Nine
Chair: Simone Rebora
 

A Corpus-linguistic Approach to the Analysis of Latin Morphology

David Neel Smith

College of the Holy Cross, United States of America



To Sign or not to Sign: Automated Generation of Annotation Slots for Sign Language Videos using Machine Learning

Manolis Fragkiadakis1,2,3

1: Leiden University Centre for Linguistics; 2: Leiden Centre of Data Science Research; 3: Leiden University Centre for Digital Humanities



The Corpus of Historical Mapudungun:

Benjamin Joseph Molineaux

The University of Edinburg, United Kingdom



Toward Building Chronicles from Biographies in Local Gazetteers: An Application of Syntactic and Dependency Parsing

Chao-Lin Liu, Wei-Ting Chang, Ti-Yong Zheng, Po-Sen Chiu

National Chengchi University, Taiwan



A Workflow For On The Fly Normalisation Of 17th c. French

Simon Gabay1, Marine Riguet2, Loïc Barrault3

1: Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland; 2: Université Paris-Sorbonne/Labex Obvil; 3: Le Mans Université

10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee break
Location: Plein 6
11:00am
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12:30pm
LP-06: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Schele Maagd
Chair: Peter Anthony Stokes
 

Integrated DH. Rationale of the HORAE Research Project

Dominique Stutzmann1, Jacob Currie1, Béatrice Daille2, Amir Hazem2, Christopher Kermorvant3

1: Institut de Recherche et d'Histoire des Textes (CNRS), France; 2: Laboratoire des Sciences du Numérique de Nantes (Université de Nantes), France; 3: Teklia



Deep Digitization: Considerations and Tools for Imaging Cultural Heritage Beyond the Basics

Todd R. Hanneken

St. Mary’s University, United States of America



A Layered Digital Library for Cataloguing and Research: Practical Experiences with Medieval Manuscripts, from TEI to Linked Data

Kevin Page1, Toby Burrows1, Andrew Hankinson1, Matthew Holford1, Andrew Morrison1, David Lewis1, Athanasios Velios1,2

1: University of Oxford, United Kingdom; 2: University of the Arts London, United Kingdom

LP-07: Cultures Literatures and Texts
Location: Black Box
Chair: James Cummings
 

Digital Fragmenta Historicorum Graecorum (DFHG)

Monica Berti

University of Leipzig, Germany



Programmable Corpora: Introducing DraCor, an Infrastructure for the Research on European Drama

Frank Fischer1, Ingo Börner2, Mathias Göbel3, Angelika Hechtl4, Christopher Kittel5, Carsten Milling1, Peer Trilcke6

1: National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow; 2: Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities at the Austrian Academy of Sciences; 3: Göttingen State and University Library; 4: Vienna University of Economics and Business; 5: University of Graz; 6: University of Potsdam



Enlightenment Legacies: Sequence Alignment and Text-Reuse at Scale

Glenn H Roe1, Clovis Gladstone2, Mark Olsen2, Robert Morrissey2

1: Sorbonne University, France; 2: University of Chicago, USA

LP-08: Space Territory GeoHumanities
Location: Pit
Chair: Constance Crompton
 

Repopulating Paris: massive extraction of 4 Million addresses from city directories between 1839 and 1922.

Isabella di Lenardo1, Raphaël Barman2, Albane Descombes2, Frédéric Kaplan1

1: DHLAB-EPFL, Switzerland; 2: Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art



Capturing the Geography of 1900s Britain as Text: Findings from the GB1900 Crowd-Sourced Gazetteer Project

Humphrey Southall, Paula Aucott

University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom



Active Learning from Scratch in Diverse Humanities Textual Domains: Optimizing Annotation Efficiency for Language-Agnostic NER

Alexander Erdmann1,4, David Joseph Wrisley2, Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel3

1: Computational Approaches to Modeling Language Lab, New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; 2: Digital Humanities, New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; 3: Département d'histoire et de théorie des arts, Ecole normale supérieure, Paris Sciences Lettres, Paris, France; 4: Department of Linguistics, Ohio State University, Ohio, USA

LP-09: Language, Languages
Location: Uitloopfoyer
Chair: Eveline Wandl-Vogt
 

BigSense: a Word Sense Disambiguator for Big Data

Tolga Uslu, Alexander Mehler, Clemens Schulz, Daniel Baumartz

Goethe University of Frankfurt, Germany



A Robot’s Street Credibility: Modeling authenticity judgments for artificially generated Hip-Hop lyrics

Enrique Manjavacas Arévalo, Mike Kestemont, Folgert Karsdorp

University of Antwerp, Belgium



Visualization of Big Data Phonetics

William Kretzschmar, Joey Stanley

Department of English, University of Georgia, United States of America

P-03: Tools Interfaces and Infrastructures
Location: Hertz
Chair: Lisa M. Snyder
 

3D Scholarly Digital Editions: Requirements And Challenges For New Publication Models

Angel David Nieves1, Susan Schreibman2, Costas Papadopoulos2, Lisa Snyder3

1: San Diego State University (SDSU), United States of America; 2: Maastricht University, The Netherlands; 3: University of California, Los Angeles, United States of America

P-04: History and Historiographies
Location: Grote Zaal
Chair: Marc Priewe
 

Oceanic Exchanges: Transnational Textual Migration And Viral Culture

Marc Priewe1, Lorella Viola2, Jaap Verheul2, Jana Keck1, Moritz Knabben1, Ernesto Priani Siasó4, Hannu Salmi3, Mila Oiva3

1: University of Stuttgart, Germany; 2: University of Utrecht, Netherlands; 3: University of Turku, Finland; 4: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

P-05: Society, Media, Politics, Engagement
Location: Pandora Zaal
Chair: Lissa Holloway-Attaway
 

Difficult Play: Developing Games with/in Complex Political Narratives, Threatened Environments and Challenging Histories

Lissa Holloway-Attaway1, Rebecca Rouse2, Mara Dionisio3, Hartmut Koenitz4

1: University of Skövde, Sweden; 2: Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute; 3: Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute; 4: HKU, University of the Arts, Utrecht

SP-04: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Club Nine
Chair: Richard Freedman
 

Overcoming the Challenges of Optical Music Recognition of Early Music with Machine Learning

Gabriel Vigliensoni1, Alex Daigle1, Eric Liu1, Jorge Calvo-Zaragoza2, Juliette Regimbal1, Minh Anh Nguyen1, Noah Baxter1, Zoe McLennan1, Ichiro Fujinaga1

1: Schulich School of Music, McGill University, Canada; 2: Software and Computing Systems, University of Alicante, Spain



Manuscripta – A Digital Catalogue of Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts in Sweden

Patrik Granholm

National Library of Sweden, Sweden



A National Library’s digitisation guide for Digital Humanists

Rossitza Ilieva Atanassova

The British Library, United Kingdom



Immersive Experiences And Difficult Heritage: Digital Methods As Re-interpreters Of Historically Contested Sites

Agiatis Benardou

University of Glasgow / ATHENA R.C., Greece



The Leonardo Code: Deciphering 50 Years of Artistic/Scientific Collaboration in the Texts and Images of Leonardo Journal, 1968-2018

Clarisse Bardiot1, Peter Broadwell2, Mila Oiva3, Pablo Suarez4, Melvin Wevers5

1: Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France; 2: UCLA; 3: University of Turku; 4: UNAM; 5: KNAW Humanities Cluster

SP-05: Digital Humanities Theory and Methodology
Location: Cloud Nine
Chair: Claus Huitfeldt
 

Tracing the Development of Digital Humanities in Australia

Paul Arthur

Edith Cowan University, Australia



A Survey On LDA Topic Modeling In Digital Humanities

Keli Du

Universität Würzburg, Germany



Defining and Debating Digital Humanities in China: New or Old?

Lik Hang Tsui1, Jing Chen2

1: Harvard University, United States of America; 2: Nanjing University, China



A Framework to Quantify the Signs of Abandonment in 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



Born-Digital Archives A Digital Forensic Perspective on the Historicity of Born-digital Primary Records

Thorsten Ries

University of Sussex, United Kingdom

SP-06: Scholarly Communities, Communication, Pedagogy
Location: Pandora Foyer
Chair: Matt Applegate
 

Using Linked Open Data to Navigate the Past: An Experiment in Teaching Archaeology

Chiara Palladino, James Bergman, Caroline Trammell, Eleanor Mixon, Rebecca Fulford

Furman University, United States of America



Prendre en Compte le Contexte d’Usage et le Contexte Technique dans le Développement du Service d’Annotation Vidéo Celluloid

Michael Bourgatte

Institut Catholique de Paris, France



The Open Citations Movement

Silvio Peroni

Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy



Annoter Des Contenus Audiovisuels: Récit D’une Collaboration Entre Montréal Et Paris

Marie Lavorel1, Michael Bourgatte2

1: Université Concordia, Canada; 2: Institut Catholique de Paris



Re-inventing the Past Through Singapore Memory Project: Socio-political Complexities of Digital Crowd-sourcing Techniques

Natalia Grincheva

University of Melbourne, Australia

12:30pm
-
1:30pm
EADH Annual General Meeting
Location: Club Nine
Session: Gale lunch session
Location: Pandora Foyer
12:30pm
-
2:00pm
Lunch break
Location: Plein 6
2:00pm
-
3:30pm
LP-10: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Uitloopfoyer
Chair: Stefania Scagliola
 

MAuth - Mining Authoritativeness In Art History

Marilena Daquino1, Enrico Daga2, Francesca Tomasi1

1: University of Bologna, Italy; 2: Knowledge Media Institute, Open University, UK



Relational Perspectives as Situated Visualizations of Art Collections

Mark-Jan Bludau, Marian Dörk, Frank Heidmann

University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany



Measuring Bias in Aggregated Digitised Content: a Case Study on Google Arts and Culture

Inna Kizhner1, Melissa Terras2, Maxim Rumyantsev1, Valentina Khokhlova1, Elizaveta Demeshkova1

1: Siberian Federal University, Russian Federation; 2: The University of Edinburgh

LP-11: Cultures Literatures and Texts
Location: Pit
Chair: Frank Fischer
 

Comparing Assonance and Consonance for Authorship Attribution

Lubomir Ivanov

Iona College, United States of America



Thematic complexity

Fotis Jannidis1, Leonard Konle1, Peter Leinen2

1: Würzburg University, Germany; 2: German National Library



Challenging Stylometry: The Authorship of the Baroque Play La Segunda Celestina

Laura Hernández Lorenzo1, Joanna Byszuk2

1: University of Seville, Spain; 2: Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences

LP-12: Tools Interfaces and Infrastructures
Location: Schele Maagd
Chair: Silvio Peroni
 

Faceted Search for Discovering Software

Jan Odijk

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The



The CHQL Query Language for Conceptual History Relying on Google Books

Jens Willkomm1, Christoph Schmidt-Petri2, Martin Schäler1, Michael Schefczyk2, Klemens Böhm1

1: Department of Informatics, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; 2: Department of Humanities, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology



Relational Search in Cultural Heritage Linked Data: A Knowledge-based Approach

Eero Hyvönen1,2, Heikki Rantala1,2

1: Aalto University, Finland; 2: University of Helsinki (HELDIG)

LP-13: Society, Media, Politics, Engagement
Location: Black Box
Chair: Christof Schöch
 

Towards a Critical Approach to Digitally-Mediated Discursive Practices of Gender-Based Hostility

Eleonora Esposito

University of Navarra, Spain



The Narrow Scopes of Fake News: Detecting Fake News Using Topic Diversity Measures

Dave Shepard2, Takako Hashimoto1, Kilho Shin3, Takeaki Uno4, Tetsuji Kuboyama5

1: Chiba University of Commerce, Japan; 2: University of California, Los Angeles, USA; 3: University of Hyogo, Japan; 4: National Institute of Information, Japan,; 5: Gakushuin University, Japan



Collaborative Decision Making and Food Security: Digitizing Indigenous Knowledge of Rural Farmers in Uganda.

Robert Tweheyo

Kyambogo University, Uganda, Uganda

P-06: Space Territory GeoHumanities
Location: Grote Zaal
Chair: Patricia Murrieta-Flores
 

Complex Space-Time

Alex Butterworth1, Simon Wibberley1, Duncan Hay7, Eirini Goudarouli4, Johannes Liem3, Steven Hischorn4, Jo Wood3, Charles Perin5, Claartje Rasterhoff2, Weixuan Li8, Charles van den Heuvel8, Duncan Speakman6

1: Univerisity of Sussex, United Kingdom; 2: University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; 3: City University of London, United Kingdom; 4: The National Archives, United Kingdom; 5: University of Victoria, Canada; 6: University of the West of England, United Kingdom; 7: University of Lancaster, United Kingdom; 8: Huygens Institute, Amsterdam

P-07: History and Historiographies
Location: Hertz
Chair: Mia Ridge
 

The Past, Present and Future of Digital Scholarship with Newspaper Collections

Mia Ridge1, Giovanni Colavizza2, Laurel Brake3, Maud Ehrmann4, Jean-Philippe Moreux6, Andrew Prescott5

1: British Library; 2: The Alan Turing Institute; 3: Birkbeck, Univ of London; 4: EPFL; 5: University of Glasgow; 6: Bibliothèque nationale de France

P-08: Language, Languages
Location: Pandora Zaal
Chair: Sara Petrollino
 

African Languages And Digital Humanities: Challenges And Solutions

Sara Petrollino1, Victoria Nyst1, Ope-Davies {Opeibi} Tunde2, Emmanuel Ngué Um3, Moses E. Ekpenyong4, Juan Steyn5, Felix Ameka1

1: Leiden University Centre for Linguistics, The Netherlands; 2: University of Lagos; 3: University of Ngaoundéré, Cameroon; 4: University of Uyo, Nigeria; 5: South African Centre for Digital Language Resources

SP-07: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Pandora Foyer
Chair: Nancy E. Friedland
 

A World of Immersive Experiences: The Scottish Heritage Partnership

Leo Konstantelos1, Murray Pittock1, Agiatis Benardou2, Maria Economou1, Lorna Hughes1

1: University of Glasgow; 2: University of Glasgow / ATHENA R.C.



Atlantic Journeys through a Dutch City's Past: Building a Mobile Platform for Urban Heritage

Mark L. Thompson, Joanne van der Woude

University of Groningen, Netherlands, The



Close-Up Cloud: Gaining A Sense Of Overview From Many Details

Pauline Junginger1, Dennis Ostendorf2, Barbara Avila Vissirini2, Anastasia Voloshina3, Sarah Kreiseler4, Marian Dörk2

1: University of Potsdam, Germany; 2: University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, Germany; 3: Academy of Art Berlin Weissensee, Germany; 4: Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany



Creating Complex Digital Narratives for Participatory Cultural Heritage

Nicole Basaraba

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland



Sustaining the Musical Competitions Database: a TOSCA-based Approach to Application Preservation in the Digital Humanities

Claes Neuefeind1, Philip Schildkamp1, Brigitte Mathiak1, Aleksander Marčić2, Frank Hentschel2, Lukas Harzenetter3, Uwe Breitenbücher3, Johanna Barzen3, Frank Leymann3

1: Data Center for the Humanities, University of Cologne, Germany; 2: Department of Musicology, University of Cologne, Germany; 3: Institute of Architecture of Application Systems, University of Stuttgart, Germany

SP-08: Digital Humanities Theory and Methodology
Location: Cloud Nine
Chair: Monica Berti
 

Implementing the Assertive Edition for Historians – Some samples

Georg Vogeler

Universität Graz, Austria



Transatlantic Collaboration in Digital Humanities

Deborah A Cornell1, Samantha Callaghan2

1: William & Mary, United States of America; 2: King's College London, United Kingdom



Mise en Discours de l’Information et Parcours de Lecture dans l’Edition critique numérique

Joana Casenave

Université de Lille, France



Where Our Responsibilities Lie: People, Method, and Digital Cultural History

Michelle Schwartz1, Constance Crompton2

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

SP-09: Scholarly Communities, Communication, Pedagogy
Location: Club Nine
Chair: Justin Emmet Tonra
 

Cutting the Gordian Knot: Sustaining Digital Scholarly Editions

Laura C Mandell1, Bryan Tarpley1, Susan Brown2, Nicholas Laiacona3, Shawn Moore4, Lynda Pratt5

1: Texas A&M University, United States of America; 2: University of Guelph, Canada; 3: Performant Software Solutions, LLC; 4: Florida Southwestern State College, United States of America; 5: University of Notthingham, United Kingdom



Disciplinary Topologies: Using dissertations to map deviant interdisciplines

Devin Higgins, Scout Calvert, Shawn Nicholson

Michigan State University, United States of America



CO-OPERAS IN: Integration And Cooperation To Face Fragmentation And Address Complexity In The SSH

Suzanne Dumouchel1, Elena Giglia2

1: Huma-Num (CNRS) - OPERAS, France; 2: University of Turin



DH And The Evolving Monograph

Sarah E. McKee

Emory University, United States of America



Reading in Europe - Challenge and Case Studies of READ-IT

François Vignale2, Francesca Benatti1, Alessio Antonini1

1: The Open University; 2: Le Mans Université

3:30pm
-
4:00pm
Coffee break
Location: Plein 6
4:00pm
-
5:30pm
LP-14: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Uitloopfoyer
Chair: Mikko Tolonen
 

Subjectifying Library Users to the Macroscope Using Automatic Classification Matching

Paul Matthew Gooding1, Melissa Terras2, Linda Berube3, Mike Bennett2, Richard Hadden2

1: University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; 2: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; 3: University of East Anglia, United Kingdom



Digital History and the Politics of Digitization

Gerben Zaagsma Zaagsma

Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH), Luxembourg



Grounding Paradigmatic Shifts In Newspaper Reporting In Big Data. Analysing Journalism History By Using Transparent Automatic Genre Classification.

Kim Smeenk1, Aysenur Bilgin2, Tom Klaver3, Erik Tjong Kim Sang3, Laura Hollink2, Jacco van Ossenbruggen2, Frank Harbers1, Marcel Broersma1

1: University of Groningen; 2: CWI, Amsterdam; 3: Netherlands eScience Center

LP-15: Cultures Literatures and Texts
Location: Black Box
Chair: Roberto Rosselli Del Turco
 

Modelling Text-Genetic Relationships

Dirk Van Hulle, Joshua Schäuble

University of Antwerp, Belgium



Palatine Anthology. Complexity for a digital research project

Margot Lise Mellet1, Marcello Vitali-Rosati1, Elsa Bouchard2, Servanne Monjour3, Enrico Agostini-Marchese1, Beth Kearney4

1: Canada Research Chair in digital textualities, Canada; 2: CRIHN : Centre de Recherche Interuniversitaire sur les Humanités Numériques; 3: McGill University; 4: University of Montreal



The Novel And The Quotation Mark

Holst Katsma

Harvard University, United States of America

LP-16: Tools Interfaces and Infrastructures
Location: Pandora Foyer
Chair: Alexander Czmiel
 

A Model-to-model Approach for Developing Corpus Metadata. An “Odd” TEI Customization for Encoding Metadata

Carolin Odebrecht

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany



CWRC-Writer Design and Survival Strategies: Observations from the Post-Launch Trenches

Mihaela Ilovan1, Susan Brown2

1: Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory, University of Alberta, Canada; 2: School of English and Theatre Studies, University of Guelph, Canada



Log Analysis Method towards Understanding Detailed IIIF Image Usage

Chifumi Nishioka1, Kiyonori Nagasaki2

1: Kyoto University, Japan; 2: The University of Tokyo, Japan

LP-17: Tools Interfaces and Infrastructures
Location: Pit
Chair: Xavier Rodier
 

Scholarly Multimedia Editions for Theatre Studies

Miguel Escobar Varela1, Bernard Arps2

1: National University of Singapore, Singapore; 2: Leiden University, The Netherlands



"The Role Of Data Archives In The Humanities At The University Of Cologne"

Brigitte Mathiak, Katja Metzmacher, Patrick Helling, Jonathan Blumtritt

University of Cologne, Data Center for the Humanities (DCH), Germany



Project Endings: Early Impressions From Our Recent Survey On Project Longevity In DH

Stewart Arneil, Martin Holmes, Greg Newton

University of Victoria, Canada

P-09: Cultures Literatures and Texts
Location: Hertz
Chair: Fotis Jannidis
 

Detection of Scenes in Fiction

Evelyn Gius1, Fotis Jannidis2, Markus Krug2, Albin Zehe2, Andreas Hotho2, Frank Puppe2, Jonathan Krebs2, Nils Reiter3, Nathalie Wiedmer3, Leonard Konle2

1: Hamburg University, Germany; 2: Würzburg University, Germany; 3: Stuttgart University, Germany

P-10: Digital Humanities Theory and Methodology
Location: Grote Zaal
Chair: M. Beatrice Fazi
 

Complexities, Explainability and Method

David M. Berry1, M. Beatrice Fazi1, Michael Dieter2, Ben Roberts1, Caroline Bassett1, Andrew Salway1, Nathaniel Tkacz2

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

P-11: Society, Media, Politics, Engagement
Location: Pandora Zaal
Chair: Amelia Sanz
 

Twining Digital Humanities and Humanidades Digitales: A set of actual experiences from the South

Amelia Sanz1, Domenico Fiormonte2, Teresa Numerico2, Ernesto Priego3, Nuria Rodríguez-Ortega4, Eugenia Siapera5

1: Complutense University, Spain; 2: Universita Roma Tre, Italy; 3: University of London, UK; 4: Universidad de Málaga, Spain; 5: School of Communications, DCU, Ireland

SP-10: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Cloud Nine
Chair: Clarisse Bardiot
 

Sacred Sound – Sacred Space: In Search Of Lost Sound

Stefan Morent

University of Tübingen, Germany



Improving the understanding and preservation of European Silk Heritage. Producing accessible and reusable Cultural Heritage data with the SILKNOW ontology in CIDOC-CRM

Marie Puren, Pierre Vernus

LARHRA (CNRS), France



Taking Digital Humanities to Guatemala, a Case Study in the Preservation of Colonial Musical Heritage

Martha E. Thomae, Julie E. Cumming, Ichiro Fujinaga

CIRMMT, McGilll University, Canada



Dishes on the menu: Turning Historic Menu into Menu Network

Hui Li

Shanghai Library



Digital Documentation of Abandoned Heritage. The Case of Château de Noisy

Negin Eisazadeh1,2, Barbara Bordalejo1

1: KU Leuven, Belgium; 2: University of Liège, Belgium

SP-11: History and Historiographies
Location: Schele Maagd
Chair: Tiziana Mancinelli
 

Tantrums and Traitors: a Diachronic Analysis of Emotions in Parliamentary Debates on War Criminals and Collaborators

Milan Mikolaj van Lange

NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust, and Genocide Studies, Netherlands, The



Batavia and the Gold Coast: Mapping Textile Circulation in the Dutch Global Market

Carrie J. Anderson1, Marsely L. Kehoe2

1: Middlebury College, United States of America; 2: Hope College, United States of America



Remember How: The Place of Visualization in Preserving the Memory of Repressions of the USSR Against the Volga Germans

Iuliia Iashchenko

Perm State University, Russian Federation

SP-12: Language, Languages
Location: Club Nine
Chair: Jan Odijk
 

A Predictive Approach to Semantic Change Modelling

Mohamed Amine Boukhaled, Benjamin Fagard, Thierry Poibeau

Laboratoire Langues, Textes, Traitements informatique, Cognition (Lattice, CNRS, ENS & Université Paris 3)



Applying Measures of Lexical Diversity to Classification of the Greek New Testament Editions

Maki Miyake

Osaka university, Japan



VinKo: Language Documentation Through Digital Crowdsourcing

Anne Kruijt

University of Verona, Italy



(Re)connecting Complex Lexical Data: Updating the Historical Thesaurus of English

Brian Aitken, Marc Alexander, Fraser Dallachy

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom



A Transcription Portal for Oral History Research and Beyond

Henk van den Heuvel1, Christoph Draxler2, Arjan van Hessen3, Louise Corti4, Stefania Scagliola5, Silvia Calamai6, Norah Karouche7

1: Radboud University, the Netherlands; 2: LMU, Munich, Germany; 3: University Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands; 4: University of Essex, UK; 5: University of Luxembourg; 6: DSFUCI, University of Siena, Italy; 7: Erasmus Studio, University of Rotterdam, the Netherlands

Date: Thursday, 11/Jul/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
LP-18: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Black Box
Chair: Toby Nicolas Burrows
 

Interactive Reading of the Silver Age: teaching and research promoted by the National Library of Spain

Alicia Reina-Navarro, Dolores Romero-López

Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain



Embedding Creativity Into Digital Resources: Improving Information Discovery For Art History

Christina Kamposiori1, Claire Warwick2, Simon Mahony1

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



Seen by Machine: Computational Spectatorship in the BBC television archive

Daniel Alberto Chavez Heras1, Tobias Blanke1, Tim Cowlishaw2, Jakub Fiala2, Amaya Herranz Donnan2, David Man2

1: King's College London, United Kingdom; 2: BBC, United Kingdom

LP-19: Cultures Literatures and Texts
Location: Uitloopfoyer
Chair: Elisa Beshero-Bondar
 

Digital Animal Studies: Modeling Anthropomorphism in Animal Writing, 1870-1930

Victoria Googasian, Ryan James Heuser

Stanford, United States of America



The Temporal Space of Narratives

Sean A. Yeager

Pacific Northwest College of Art, United States of America

LP-20: Tools Interfaces and Infrastructures
Location: Pit
Chair: Arianna Ciula
 

Scalable Exploration. Prototype Study For The Visualization Of An Author’s Library On The Example Of 'Theodor Fontane’s Library'.

Anna Busch1, Mark-Jan Bludau2, Viktoria Brüggemann2, Kristina Genzel1, Sabine Seifert1, Peer Trilcke1

1: Theodor-Fontane-Archiv / Universität Potsdam, Germany; 2: Urban Complexity Lab, Fachhochschule Potsdam, Germany



Humanities Centered Design Features: Emergent Serendipity with HuViz

Kim Martin1, Chelsea Miya2, Susan Brown1, Shawn Murphy3

1: University of Guelph, Canada; 2: University of Alberta, Canada; 3: Nooron Collaboratory



The Oldest Song Score in the Newest Notation: The Hurrian Hymn to Nikkal as Linked Data

Albert Meroño Peñuela1, Marnix van Berchum2, Bram van den Hout3

1: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 2: Huygens ING, The Netherlands; 3: International Institute of Social History, The Netherlands

LP-21: Society, Media, Politics, Engagement
Location: Schele Maagd
Chair: Daniel Paul O'Donnell
 

Quantifying Complexity in Multimodal Media: Alan Moore and the “Density” of the Graphic Novel

Alexander Dunst, Rita Hartel

University of Paderborn, Germany



Deep Watching: Towards New Methods of Analyzing Visual Media in Cultural Studies

Bernhard Bermeitinger1, Sebastian Gassner2, Siegfried Handschuh1, Gernot Howanitz2, Erik Radisch2, Malte Rehbein2

1: U St. Gallen, Switzerland; 2: U of Passau, Germany



Migration and Biopolitics in Cultural Memory: Conceptual Modelling and Text Mining with Neural Word Embedding

Susan Leavy, Derek Greene, Karen Wade, Gerardine Meaney

University College Dublin, Ireland

P-12: Cultures Literatures and Texts
Location: Hertz
Chair: Simone Rebora
 

Digital Humanities for the Study of Social Reading

Simone Rebora2,1, Gerhard Lauer1, J. Berenike Herrmann1, Moniek Kuijpers1, Maria Kraxenberger1, Federico Pianzola3, Peter Boot4, Piroska Lendvai5, Thomas Messerli1, Massimo Salgaro2, Pasqualina Sorrentino1

1: University of Basel, Switzerland; 2: University of Verona, Italy; 3: University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy; 4: Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands, Netherlands; 5: University of Göttingen, Germany

P-13: Digital Humanities Theory and Methodology
Location: Grote Zaal
Chair: Geoffrey Rockwell
 

XR in DH: Extended Reality in the Digital Humanities

Rachel Hendery1, Mona Kasra2, Amanda Licastro3, Lynn Ramey4, Geoffrey Rockwell5, Victoria Szabo6, Micki Kaufman7

1: University of Western Sydney, Australia; 2: University of Virginia, United States of America; 3: Stevenson University, United States of America; 4: Vanderbilt College, United States of America; 5: University of Alberta, Canada; 6: Duke University, United States of America; 7: CUNY Graduate Center, United States of America

P-14: Scholarly Communities, Communication, Pedagogy
Location: Pandora Zaal
Chair: Quinn Dombrowski
 

Methodology as Community: Fostering Collaboration Beyond Scholarly Societies

Quinn Dombrowski1, Peter Haslinger2, Antonina Puchkovskaia3, Seth Bernstein4, Katherine Hill Reischl5, Thomas Keenan5, Natalia Ermolaev5, Yuliya Ilchuk1

1: Stanford University, United States of America; 2: Herder-Institute Marburg, Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, Germany; 3: International DH Lab, ITMO University, Russia; 4: Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia; 5: Princeton University, United States of America

SP-13: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Cloud Nine
Chair: Brian Croxall
 

Computer Assisted Curation of Digital Cultural Heritage Repositories

Matteo Lorenzini, Marco Rospocher, Sara Tonelli

Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Italy



Early Modern Computer Vision

Leonardo Laurence Impett

Bibliotheca Hertziana Max Planck Institute for Art History, Italy



Waqf Libraries And The Digital Age

Ahmed Mohammed Alshanqiti

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom



Agent-Based Modeling in Art History: Simulating an Insane Asylum

Augustus Wendell, Burcak Ozludil

New Jersey Institute of Technology, United States of America



Knowledge Representation: Old, New, and Automated Indexing

Peter M Logan1, Jane Greenberg2, Samantha Grabus2

1: Temple University, United States of America; 2: Drexel University, United States of America

SP-14: History and Historiographies
Location: Club Nine
Chair: Marcello Vitali-Rosati
 

Disentangling a Trinity: A Digital Approach to Modernity, Civilization and Europe in Dutch Newspapers (1840-1990)

Ruben Ros, Joris van Eijnatten

Utrecht University, The Netherlands



And The First One Now Will Later Be Last, For The Times They Are A-changin': Modeling Land Communication In Roman Crete

Maria Ilvanidou

ATHENA R.C., Greece



Publishers, Printers and Booksellers - Implications of Properly Structured Metadata for Digital History

Ville Vaara, Mark Hill, Mikko Tolonen

University of Helsinki, Finland



VELUM : Towards Innovative Ways of Visualising, Exploring and Linking Resources for Medieval Latin

Bruno Bon1, Renaud Alexandre1, Krzysztof Nowak2, Laura Vangone1

1: IRHT (CNRS), France; 2: IJP (PAN), Poland



How To Detect Coup d’État 800 Years Later

Jan Škvrňák1, Michael Škvrňák2, Jeremi K. Ochab3

1: Department of History, Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic; 2: Department of Sociology, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic; 3: Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland

SP-15: Language, Languages
Location: Pandora Foyer
Chair: Manolis Fragkiadakis
 

C-SALT APIs - Connecting and Exposing Heterogeneous Language Resources

Francisco Mondaca, Felix Rau, Claes Neuefeind, Börge Kiss, Daniel Kölligan, Uta Reinöhl, Patrick Sahle

Universität zu Köln, Germany



A European-Hindustani Dictionary? Reflections on Methods

Anna Pytlowany

University of Amsterdam, Ireland



Poetry In Motion: Quantified Self Data And Automated Poetry Generation

Justin Tonra1, Brian Davis2, David Kelly1, Waqas Khawaja3

1: National University of Ireland Galway; 2: Maynooth University; 3: Insight Centre for Data Analytics, Galway



From the Margins to the Center: A Method to Mine and Model Complex Relational Data from French Language Historical Texts

Ashley Sanders Garcia

University of California, Los Angeles, United States of America



Using Network Analysis to Do Traditional Chinese Phonology Study

Jiajia Hu

Beijing Normal University, China, People's Republic of

10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee break
Location: Plein 6
11:00am
-
12:30pm
LP-22: Cultures Literatures and Texts
Location: Pit
Chair: Barbara Bordalejo
 

Katharsis – A Tool for Computational Drametrics

Thomas Schmidt1, Manuel Burghardt2, Katrin Dennerlein3, Christian Wolff1

1: University of Regensburg, Germany; 2: University of Leipzig, Germany; 3: University of Würzburg, Germany



Attributions Of Early German Shakespeare Translations

David Lassner1, Anne Baillot2, Julius Coburger1

1: Technische Universität Berlin; 2: Le Mans Université



Stylometry for Noisy Medieval Data: Evaluating Paul Meyer's Hagiographic Hypothesis

Ariane Pinche1,2, Jean-Baptiste Camps1, Thibault Clérice1

1: Ecole nationale des chartes, France; 2: Université Lyon 3

LP-23: Cultures Literatures and Texts
Location: Uitloopfoyer
Chair: Fatiha Idmhand
 

Web Accessibility in Digital Scholarly Editing: Considerations from a Survey on Inclusive Design and Dissemination.

Wout Dillen

University of Antwerp, Belgium



The Complexity of Character-building: Speech, Portraits, Interactions in Leo Tolstoy's "War and Peace

Anastasia Bonch-Osmolovskaya, Skorinkin Daniil

National Research Unversity Higher School of Economics Moscow, Russian Federation



Quantitative Analysis of Character Networks in Polish XIX and XX Century Novels

Marek Kubis

Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

LP-24: Tools Interfaces and Infrastructures
Location: Schele Maagd
Chair: Joris Job Van Zundert
 

The Application of HTR to Early-modern Museum Collections: a Case Study of Sir Hans Sloane's Miscellanies Catalogue

Marco Humbel1, Julianne Nyhan2

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



Clean Separation Of Overlapping Components In Line Segmentation Of Historic Handwritten Documents

Sascha Heße

Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany



A deep learning approach to Cadastral Computing

Sofia Ares Oliveira, Isabella di Lenardo, Bastien Tourenc, Frederic Kaplan

EPFL, Switzerland

LP-25: Language, Languages
Location: Black Box
Chair: Michael Sperberg-McQueen
 

Topographies of Digital Modern (Foreign) Languages research

Paul Joseph Spence, Renata Brandao

Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London



Onto Word Segmentation of the Complete Tang Poems

Chao-Lin Liu

National Chengchi University, Taiwan



Historical Dictionaries as Digital Editions and Connected Graphs: the Example of Le Petit Larousse Illustré

Anas Fahad Khan1, Hervé Bohbot2, Francesca Frontini2, Mohamed Khemakhem3,4,5, Laurent Romary3,4,6

1: Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale "A. Zampolli", Italy; 2: Praxiling UMR 5267 CNRS — Université Paul-Valéry — Montpellier 3; 3: Inria ALMAnaCH, Paris; 4: Centre Marc Bloch, Berlin; 5: Paris Diderot University, Paris; 6: BBAW - Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin

P-15: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Pandora Zaal
Chair: Stella Wisdom
 

The Complexities of Video Games and Education: In the Library, the Museum, Schools and Universities

Stella Wisdom1, Andrew Burn2, Sally Bushell3, James Butler3, Xenia Zeiler4, Duncan Hay3

1: British Library, United Kingdom; 2: University College London Institute of Education, United Kingdom; 3: Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 4: University of Helsinki, Finland

P-16: Digital Humanities Theory and Methodology
Location: Grote Zaal
Chair: Marieke van Erp
 

Curating and Archiving Linked Data Datasets from the Humanities - From Data of the Present to Data of the Future

Andrea Scharnhorst1, Marieke Van Erp2, Ronald Siebes3, Christophe Gueret4, Tom Crick5, Vyacheslav Tykhonov1, Gerard Coen1, Richard Smiraglia6, Peter Doorn1, Henk Van den Berg1, Jerry De Vries1, Albert Merono3, Ashkan Ashkpour7, Reinier De Valk8

1: Data Archiving and Networked Services, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences; 2: Digital Humanities Lab, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences; 3: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NL; 4: Accenture, IR; 5: Swansea University, UK; 6: University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA; 7: International Institute for Social History, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences; 8: JukeDeck, UK

P-17: Scholarly Communities, Communication, Pedagogy
Location: Hertz
Chair: David Beavan
 

Data Science & Digital Humanities: new collaborations, new opportunities and new complexities

Beatrice Alex1, Anne Alexander2, David Beavan3, Eirini Goudarouli4, Leonardo Impett6, Barbara McGillivray2, Nora McGregor5, Mia Ridge5

1: University of Edinburgh; 2: University of Cambridge; 3: The Alan Turing Institute; 4: The National Archives; 5: British Library; 6: Bibliotheca Hertziana - Max Planck Institute for Art History

SP-16: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Club Nine
Chair: Susan Brown
 

Data in Museums: Digital Practices and Contemporary Heritage

Chiara Zuanni

University of Graz, Austria



OpenTermAlign : Interface Web d’alignements de vocabulaires archéologiques hétérogènes.

Marion LAMÉ1,2, Federico PONCHIO3, Perrine PITTET4, Olivier MARLET1

1: UMR 7324 CITERES-LAT - Laboratoire Archéologie et Territoires, Italy; 2: Nemis-ISTI-CNR, Pise, Italy.; 3: Vcl-ISTI-CNR, Pise, Italy; 4: Intelligence des Patrimoines, UMR 7323, CESR, Université de Tours, France



Unthinking Rubens and Rembrandt: Counterfactual Analysis and Digital Art History

Harm Nijboer1, Judith Brouwer1, Marten Jan Bok2

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



Cooking Recipes of the Middle Ages: Corpus, Analysis, Visualization

Christian Steiner

University of Graz, Austria



Lessons Learned in a Large-Scale Project to Digitize and Computationally Analyze Musical Scores

Cory McKay1, Julie E. Cumming2, Ichiro Fujinaga2

1: Marianopolis College, Canada; 2: McGill University, Canada

SP-17: History and Historiographies
Location: Pandora Foyer
Chair: Charlotte Tupman
 

Still Waters Run Deep. Including Minority Voices in the Oral History Archive Through Digital Practice

Norah Karrouche

Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, the Netherlands



The Living Archives Of Rwandan exiles And Genocide Survivors In Canada: Une Nouvelle Façon D’explorer, Sur Une Plateforme Numérique, Les Récits De Vies De Survivants De Violence

Marie Lavorel

Université Concordia, Canada



Durchdruck im Fokus: Visualising the Spatiality of Articles in Historical Newspapers

Quintus Van Galen1, Mark Hall2, Bob Nicholson1

1: Edge Hill University, United Kingdom; 2: Martin-Luther-Universität, Germany



“The Ties That Bind': The Creation, Use, And Sustainability Of Community Generated Histories

Lorna Hughes1, Agiatis Benardou2

1: University of Glasgow; 2: University of Glasgow and Athena RC



Labor Witnesses at U.S. Congressional Hearings: Historical Patterns

Vilja Hulden

University of Colorado Boulder

SP-18: Scholarly Communities, Communication, Pedagogy
Location: Cloud Nine
Chair: Nicolas Larrousse
 

Four Years of correspSearch – Challenges, Potentials and Lessons of Open Data Aggregation

Stefan Dumont, Sascha Grabsch, Jonas Müller-Laackman

Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany



DHK12: Open-Access Digital Humanities Curricula for K-12 Schools

Rosalie Uyola

Trevor Day School, United States of America



The Digital Humanities Certificate Option: What's At Stake?

Stephen Sturgeon

Boston College, United States of America



Encoding Early Modern English Drama: Embedding Digital Approaches In Undergraduate Literature Courses.

Elizabeth Williamson

University of Exeter, United Kingdom

12:30pm
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1:30pm
European Research Council session on funding opportunities for DH
Location: Pandora Foyer
Chair: Sebastian Winkler

Presentations by 

Laura Cleaver

Peter Stokes

Marco Passarotti

Meeting: GO:DH meeting
Location: Drift 25 2.01
SIG meeting: Libraries and SIG-meeting
Location: Pit
 
12:30pm
-
2:00pm
Lunch break
Location: Plein 6
2:00pm
-
3:30pm
LP-26: Cultures Literatures and Texts
Location: Pit
Chair: Tara Lee Andrews
 

Quantifying narrative perspective in Ancient Greek: Narrator language and character language in Thucydides

Leopold Hess, Corien Bary

Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, The



Linked Literary History, or An Ontology of One’s Own: The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory Ontology

Susan Brown, Joel Cummings, Jasmine Drudge-Willson, Abigel Lemak, Kim Martin, Alliyya Mo, Deb Stacey

University of Guelph, Canada



Microgenres

J.D. Porter1, Mark Algee-Hewitt1, Erik Fredner1, Michaela Bronstein1, Alexander Manshel1, Nichole Nomura1, Abigail Droge2

1: Stanford University, United States of America; 2: University of California, Santa Barbara, United States of America

LP-27: Cultures Literatures and Texts
Location: Schele Maagd
Chair: Laura C Mandell
 

"The Mold Thats Branded On M Soul": A Computational Approach to Racialized Voice in Jean Toomer's "Kabnis"

Jonathan Dick, Adam Hammond

University of Pennsylvania



From a Reference Book to Research Data: Literary Bibliographies as Sources for the Data-driven Research

Vojtěch Malínek2, Tomasz Umerle1, Piotr Wciślik1

1: Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland; 2: Institute of Czech Literature of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic



Feature Selection in Authorship Attribution: Ordering the Wordlist

Maciej Eder, Joanna Byszuk

Institute of Polish Language (Polish Academy of Sciences), Poland

LP-28: History and Historiographies
Location: Black Box
Chair: Maurizio Lana
 

Mapping Fascist Repression, Following The Italian Resistance

Giovanni Pietro Vitali

University College Cork, Italy



Charting the Material Development of Newspapers

Eetu Mäkelä, Mikko Tolonen, Antti Kanner

University of Helsinki, Finland



Mapping the Indefinable: Designing a Social Network Analysis Shiny App to Explore the Influence of East-West Exchanges on Poland’s Political Transformation

Gregory Frank Domber, Kelly Bodwin

California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, United States of America

LP-29: Language, Languages
Location: Uitloopfoyer
Chair: Jan Rybicki
 

Bootstrapping Project-specific Spell-checkers

C. M. Sperberg-McQueen1, Claus Huitfeldt2

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



An Online Corpus For The Study Of Historical Dialectology

Miguel Calderón Campos, Rocío Díaz Bravo

University of Granada, Spain



Coping With The Complexity Of The TXM Platform Annotation Services With A Unified TEI Encoding Framework

Serge Heiden

ENS de Lyon, France

P-18: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Hertz
Chair: Carlos Pallan Gayol
 

Managing Ancient Textual Corpora through READ: Optimizing Text Input and Text Analysis, Multilingual Support, Recovery and Preservation

Carlos Pallan Gayol1, Deborah Anderson2, Gabrielle Vail3, Christine Hernandez4, Céline Tamignaux1, Andrew Glass5, Stephen White6, Francesco Borghesi7, Lorenzo Calvelli6

1: University of Bonn, Germany; 2: University of California at Berkeley; 3: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; 4: Tulane University, New Orleans; 5: Microsoft; 6: Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia; 7: University of Sydney

P-19: Tools Interfaces and Infrastructures
Location: Pandora Zaal
Chair: Thomas Scherer
 

Between Data Mining and Human Experience – Digital Approaches to Film, Television and Video Game Analysis

Matthias Grotkopp1, Thomas Scherer1, Jasper Stratil1, Henning Agt-Rickauer2, Christian Hentschel2, Jan-Hendrik Bakels1

1: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; 2: Hasso-Plattner-Intitute, University of Potsdam, Germany

P-20: Scholarly Communities, Communication, Pedagogy
Location: Grote Zaal
Chair: Adeline Joffres
 

Open Data, Open Edition: How Can the Inferences Between Scientific Papers and Evidence Be Managed?

Adeline Joffres1, Xavier Rodier2, Olivier Baude1, Stéphane Pouyllau1, Olivier Marlet2, Pierre-Yves Buard15, Christophe Parisse3, Carole Etienne4, Céline Poudat5, Fatiha Idmhand6, Thomas Lebarbé7, Paul Bertrand8, Nicolas Perreaux10, Eliana Magnani9, Florent Laroche11, Xavier Granier12, Mehdi Chayani12, Pierre Mounier13, Nathalie Fargier14

1: Huma-Num, France; 2: Université de Tours; 3: Université de Paris10-Nanterre; 4: Ecole Nationale Supérieure; 5: Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis; 6: Université de Poitiers; 7: Université de Grenoble; 8: Université Catholique de Louvain; 9: Université de Paris 1 Sorbonne; 10: Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main; 11: Ecole Centrale de Nantes; 12: Université de Bordeaux; 13: OpenEdition infrastructure; 14: Persée infrastructure; 15: Université de Caen

SP-19: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Cloud Nine
Chair: Francesca Tomasi
 

“Un Manuscrit Naturellement ” Rescuing a library buried in digital sand

Nicolas Larrousse1, Christophe Jacobs2, Michel Jacobson1, Gilles Kagan1, Joel Marchand1, Cyril Masset1

1: CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Sientifique), France; 2: Agence Limonade & Co



A Database of Islamic Scientific Manuscripts — Challenges of Past and Future

Robert Casties

Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Germany



Analytical Edition Detection In Bibliographic Metadata

Ali Zeeshan Ijaz1, Hege Roivainen1, Leo Lahti2

1: University of Helsinki, Finland; 2: University of Turku



The Emerging Paradigm of Bibliographic Data Science

Ville Vaara1, Ali Ijaz1, Iiro Tiihonen1, Antti Kanner1, Tanja Säily1, Leo Lahti2

1: University of Helsinki, Finland; 2: University of Turku, Finland



Syriac Persons, Events, and Relations: A Linked Open Factoid-based Prosopography

Daniel L. Schwartz

Texas A&M University, United States of America

SP-20: Space Territory GeoHumanities
Location: Club Nine
Chair: Michael Ullyot
 

World-Historical Gazetteer

Karl Grossner, Ruth M. Mostern

University of Pittsburgh, United States of America



Norse World – The Complexities Of Spatiality In East Norse Medieval Texts

Agnieszka Backman, Alexandra Petrulevich

Uppsala University, Sweden



Al-Ṯurayyā, the Gazetteer and the Geospatial Model of the Early Islamic World

Masoumeh Seydi1, Maxim Romanov2

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



Climate Event Classification Based on Historical Meteorological Records and Its Presentation on A Spatio-Temporal Research Platform

Shang-Yun Wu1,2, Cheng-Han Wu1, Pi-Ling Pai3, Yu-Chun Wang5, Richard Tzong-Han Tsai1,3, I-Chun Fan3,4

1: Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Central University; 2: Department of Atmospheric Sciences, National Central University.; 3: Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica; 4: Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica; 5: Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts, Taiwan



How to Better Find Historical Photographs in an Archive - Geographic Driven Reverse Search for Photographs

Anne Weinfurtner, Wolfgang Dorner, Simon Graf

Technische Hochschule Deggendorf, Germany

SP-21: Society, Media, Politics, Engagement
Location: Pandora Foyer
Chair: Walter Scholger
 

Hidden in a Breath: Tracing the Breathing Patterns of Survivors of Traumatic Events

Alkim Almila Akdag Salah1, Meral Ocak2, Heysem Kaya3, Evrim Kavcar4, Albert Ali Salah1

1: Utrecht University, Netherlands, The; 2: Bogazici University, Turkey; 3: Namik Kemal University, Turkey; 4: Independent Artist, Germany



Tension Analysis in Survivor Interviews: A Computational Approach

Jumayel Islam1, Lu Xiao2, Robert E. Mercer1, Steven High3

1: The University of Western Ontario, Canada; 2: Syracuse University, USA; 3: Concordia University, Canada



Semantics of Shame in Social Media Discussions of Reality TV Fans

Radim Hladík1,2, Markéta Štechová3

1: Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences; 2: National Institute of Informatics; 3: Charles University



Changing Lanes: A Reanimation Of Shell Oil’s Carol Lane

Melissa Dollman

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



Blocumenta: An Experimental Art Project on the Blockchain

Denise Thwaites1, Baden Pailthorpe2

1: University of Canberra, Australia; 2: Australian National University, Canberra

3:30pm
-
4:00pm
Coffee break
Location: Plein 6
3:30pm
-
5:00pm
PS: Poster Session
Location: Plein 6
 

Open Islamicate Texts Initiative: a Machine-Readable Corpus of Texts Produced the Premodern Islamicate World

Maxim Romanov1, Masoumeh Seydi2, Sarah Bowen Savant3, Matthew Thomas Miller4

1: University of Vienna, Austria; 2: Leipzig University, Germany; 3: Aga Khan University—London, UK; 4: University of Maryland—College Park, USA



Tracing the History and Provenance of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts through Linked Data

Toby Nicolas Burrows

University of Oxford



Migrating Charters into the TEI P5

Sean M. Winslow, Martina Bürgermeister, Georg Vogeler

Zentrum für Informationsmodellierung, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria



Data Beyond Vision

Rebecca Sutton-Koeser1, Nicholas Budak1, Xinyi Li2, Gissoo Doroudian1

1: Princeton University, United States of America; 2: Pratt Institute, United States of America



New Beginnings: Using Keystroke Logging For Literary Writing

Lamyk Bekius1,2, Floor Buschenhenke1,2

1: Huygens ING, The Netherlands; 2: University of Antwerp, Belgium



LiLa: Linking Latin. Building a Knowledge Base of Linguistic Resources for Latin

Marco Passarotti, Flavio M. Cecchini, Greta Franzini, Eleonora Litta, Francesco Mambrini, Paolo Ruffolo, Rachele Sprugnoli

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy



Mediating Research Through Technology @ NEP4DISSENT

Piotr Wciślik1, Maciej Maryl1, Jennifer Edmond2,3, Lars Wieneke4, Jessie Labov5, Pim van Bree6, Geert Kessels6

1: Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IBL PAN), Poland; 2: Trinity College Dublin; 3: DARIAH ERIC; 4: Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History; 5: Central European University; 6: Lab1100



Digital Ecosystem For The French Archaeological Community

Xavier Rodier1,2, Olivier Marlet1,2

1: CITERES-LAT CNRS/Université de Tours, France; 2: consortium MASA (TGIR Huma-Num)



CAT tools in DH training

Anne Baillot, Loïc Barrault, Fethi Bougares

Le Mans Université, France



Towards a national collaborative network: Spatial Humanities Netherlands

Rombert Stapel1, Richard Zijdeman1, Arie van Steensel2, Wouter Beek3, Edward Mac Gillavry4, Bert Spaan5, Thomas Vermaut6, Hans Mol6

1: International Institute of Social History; 2: University of Groningen; 3: Triply; 4: Webmapper; 5: BertSpaan.nl; 6: Fryske Akademy



Gender and Intersectional Identities in the Digital Humanities

Rachel Hendery4, Katie McDonough3, Quinn Dombrowski2, Tassie Gniady1

1: Indiana University, United States of America; 2: Stanford University, United States of America; 3: Alan Turing Institute, United Kingdom; 4: Western Sydney University, Australia



Tracing People, Places And Dates In An Early Modern Context

Marnix van Berchum1, Arno Bosse2

1: Huygens ING, The Netherlands; 2: University of Oxford, United Kingdom



Using a Feminist and Inclusive Approach for Gender Identification in Film Research

Zhenya Samoilova, Skadi Loist

Film University Babelsberg “Konrad Wolf”, Germany



Determining And Visualizing Genesis: A Digital Edition of Goethe’s Faust

Thorsten Vitt1, Gerrit Brüning2

1: Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg; 2: Goethe University Frankfurt



Developing MORROIS (Mapping of Romance Realms and Other Imagined Spaces): Digitizing Geographic Data Drawn from Literary Sources

John A. Geck1, Shamiso S. Jaravaza1, Sean M. Winslow2

1: Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada; 2: Zentrum für Informationsmodellierung, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz



Visualizing Poetic Meter in South Asian Languages

A. Sean Pue1, Ahmad Atta2, Rajiv Ranjan1

1: Michigan State University, United States of America; 2: Government Zamindar Post Graduate College, Pakistan



EScripta: A New Digital Platform for the Study of Historical Texts and Writing

Peter Anthony Stokes1, Daniel Stökl Ben Ezra1, Benjamin Kiessling2, Robin Tissot2

1: École Pratique des Hautes Études – Université PSL; 2: Université PSL



Who Teaches When We Teach DH?

Diane Katherine Jakacki1, Brian Croxall2

1: Bucknell University, United States of America; 2: Brigham Young University, United States of America



L’Environnement Sonore en tant que Ressource Culturelle pour les Selk'nam et les Yahgan : de la Terre de Feu au Cap Horn

Lauriane Lemasson1,2,3

1: Sorbonne Université, France; 2: Institut de Recherche en Musicologie (UMR 8223); 3: Lutheries-Acoustique-Musique (UMR 7190)



Polish Literary Bibliography - New Research Data Portal for Complex Cultural Dataset

Beata Koper, Tomasz Umerle

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



Entangled Histories of Early Modern Ordinances. Segmentation of Text and Machine-Learned Metadating.

Christel Annemieke Romein1,2,3, Sara Floor Veldhoen2

1: Ghent University; 2: KB-Library; 3: Erasmus University Rotterdam



Repetition And Popularity In Early Modern Songs

Alie Lassche1, Folgert Karsdorp2, Els Stronks1

1: Utrecht University, The Netherlands; 2: Meertens Institute, The Netherlands



COSME² - Complexities: 30 Years Of Research Of Medievalists DH Concerning A Thousand Years Of Medieval Sources

Paul Bertrand1,2, Matthias Gille Levenson1,3, Margot Ferrand1,4, Ariane Pinche1,5

1: COSME² (Huma-Num), France; 2: UCLouvain, Belgium; 3: ENS Lyon, France; 4: UAvignon, France; 5: EnC, France



Towards Constructing An Ecosystem for Digital Scholarly Editions of East Asian Historical Sources: With the Focus on the TEI-Markup of the Engi-Shiki

Naoki Kokaze1, Kiyonori Nagasaki2, Yuta Hashimoto3, Ayano Kokaze4, Makoto Goto3

1: University of Tokyo, Japan; 2: International Institute for Digital Humanities, Japan; 3: National Museum of Japanese History; 4: Ochanomizu University



APOLLONIS: The Greek Infrastructure for Digital Arts, Humanities and Language Research and Innovation

Panos Constantopoulos

Athens University of Economics and Business / ATHENA R.C.



QuoteSalute - Inspiring Greetings for Your Correspondence

Lou Klappenbach, Stefan Dumont, Frederike Neuber, Luisa Philipp, Oliver Pohl

Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Germany



How to Sustain an International Digital Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities

Marco Raciti1, Maria do Rosário Jorge2, João Fernandes2, Yoann Moranville1, Simon Gabay3

1: DARIAH ERIC; 2: NOVA FCSH; 3: Université de Neuchâtel



Ethics and Legality in the Digital Arts and Humanities

Walter Scholger1, Vanessa Hannesschläger2, Koraljka Kuzman Slogar3

1: University of Graz, Austria; 2: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria; 3: Institute for Ethnology and Folklore, Croatia



Madgwas: a Database of Ethiopian Binding Decoration

Sean M. Winslow, Gerlinde Schneider

Zentrum für Informationsmodellierung, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria



Conceptual Vocabularies and Changing Meanings of “Foreign” in Dutch Foreign News (1815-1914)

Ruben Ros

Utrecht University, The Netherlands



Orbis-in-a-Box (OIB): Modeling Historical Geographical Networks

Maxim Romanov1, Masoumeh Seydi2, James Baillie1, Karl Grossner3, Rainer Simon4, María Vargha1

1: University of Vienna, Austria; 2: Leipzig University, Germany; 3: University of Pittsburgh, USA; 4: AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria



Her Hands On Her Hips: Body Language In Children’s Literature

Anna Cermakova, Michaela Mahlberg

University of Birmingham, United Kingdom



The Library In The Digital Humanities: Surveying Institutional Practices In The UK And Ireland

Christina Kamposiori

Research Libraries UK



Navigating the Complex Landscape of Digital Humanities Methods and Tools with the OpenMethods Metablog

Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra1, Aurélien Berra2, Delfim Leão3, Gimena del Río Riande4, Nicolas Larrousse5, Maciej Maryl6, Yoann Moranville1, Francesca Morselli1,7, Ulrike Wuttke8, Joris van Zundert9

1: DARIAH EU; 2: Université Paris-Nanterre; 3: University of Coimbra; 4: CONICET; 5: Huma-Num / CNRS; 6: Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy; 7: DANS-KNAW; 8: University of Applied Sciences Potsdam; 9: Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands - Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences



DSE Visualisation with EVT: Simplicity is Complex

Roberto Rosselli Del Turco1, Chiara Martignano2, Chiara Di Pietro2, Giulia Cacioli2, Angelo Mario Del Grosso3, Simone Zenzaro2

1: Università di Torino, Italy; 2: Università di Pisa, Italy; 3: Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale - CNR, Pisa, Italy



DARIAH Beyond Europe

Quinn Dombrowski1, Frank Fischer2, Jennifer Edmond2, Toma Tasovac2, Marco Raciti2, Sally Chambers3, Joke Daems3, Piraye Hacigüzeller3, Kathleen Smith1, Glen Worthey1, Abigail Potter4, Meghan Ferriter4, Kylie Brass5, Rowan Brownlee6, Alexis Tindall7

1: Stanford University, United States of America; 2: DARIAH; 3: Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities, Ghent University, Belgium; 4: Library of Congress, United States of America; 5: Australian Academy of the Humanities, Australia; 6: Australian Research Data Commons, Australia; 7: eResearch South Australia, Australia



Living apart together: Research across Repositories

Thomas Kollatz, Max Grüntgens

Akademie der Wissenschaften und Literatur | Mainz



Designing the Database of Indigenous Slavery in the Americas

Linford Fisher1, Heather Sanford2, Ashley Champagne3, Elli Mylonas4, Steven McCauley5

1: Department of History, Brown University, United States of America; 2: Department of History, Brown University, United States of America; 3: Brown University Library, Brown University, United States of America; 4: Brown University Library, Brown University, United States of America; 5: Brown University Library, Brown University, United States of America



DHmine: an Open Source Cloud-based Framework for DH Research

Tamás Mészáros

Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary



Le Dictionnaire topographique. Une API pour les toponymes anciens français

Vincent Jolivet, Julien Pilla

École des chartes, France



Early Career Researchers and Research Infrastructures: Barriers and Pathways to Engagement

Eliza Papaki, Vicky Garnett

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland



How we designed galassia Ariosto

Francesca Di Donato1, Giulio Andreini2, Serena Pezzini3

1: Net7, Italy; 2: Net7, Italy; 3: SNS, Italy



Liquid Galaxy Visualization of IMS's Photographic Collections

Julia Giannella1, Luiz Velho2, Bruno Buccalon3, Sergio Burgi4, Rachel Rezende5

1: Instituto de Matemática Pura e Aplicada, Brazil; 2: Instituto de Matemática Pura e Aplicada, Brazil; 3: Instituto Moreira Salles, Brazil; 4: Instituto Moreira Salles, Brazil; 5: Instituto Moreira Salles, Brazil



The Problem of Hobbes and the Bible: A Textometric Approach

Francesca Rebasti, Serge Louis Heiden

ENS de Lyon, France



Using Data Visualization to Explore International Trade Agreements

Oliver Ford, Esteban Serrano, Xinyu Du, Anouk Lang

University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



The Begums of Bhopal: Digital Metadata Analysis In The Field of Representation

Olivia Mitchell

Loughborough University, United Kingdom



Which Services for User Participation? Representing Cooperation and Collaboration in a Participative Digital Library

Elina Leblanc

Université Grenoble Alpes, France



Tikkoun Sofrim – Combining HTR and Crowdsourcing for Automated Transcription of Hebrew Medieval Manuscripts

Tsvi Kuflik2, Moshe Lavee2, Daniel Stökl Ben Ezra1,3,4, Avigail Ohali1,3, Vered Raziel-Kretzmer2, Uri Schor2, Alan Wecker2, Elena Lolli1,3, Pauline Signoret1,3

1: EPHE, PSL, France; 2: University of Haifa, Israel; 3: CHart, France, EA 4004; 4: Orient et Méditerranée UMR 8167



Branding East Asian Cultural Studies By “Opening” Access To Research Resources, Research Groups, and Know-Hows

Nobuhiko Kikuchi

Kansai University, Japan



Constructing A New Science Framework In Japanese Historical Studies Through Digital Infrastructure

Ayako Shibutani, Makoto Goto

National Museum of Japanese History, Japan



Multimedia Markup Editor (M3): A Semi-automatic Annotation Software for Static Image-Text Media

Oliver Moisich, Rita Hartel

Paderborn University, Germany



Digital Database of WWI Victims from Slovenia (ZV1): Project Cooperation Between the Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage

Andrej Pančur, Neja Blaj Hribar, Mihael Ojsteršek, Mojca Šorn

Institute of Contemporary History, Slovenia



Digital Edition and Analysis of the Mediality of Diplomatic Communication - Habsburg’s Envoys in Constantinople in the mid-17th century

Carina Koch1, Christoph Würflinger2, Anna Huemer2, Lisa Brunner2

1: University of Graz, Austria; 2: University of Salzburg, Austria



Visualizing A Prosopographical Study Of The Young Turk Elites: Using Data Mining, Network Clusters And Spatial Mapping

Emre Erol, İnanç Arın, Selman Bilgehan Öztürk, Meryem Nagehan Ulusoy

Sabanci University, Turkey



Cultural Analysis of Spoken Linguistic Signalling: A Pipeline for the Alignment of Audio, Text, and Prosodic Features

Taylor Baillie Arnold1, Nicolas Ballier2

1: University of Richmond, United States of America; 2: Université Paris Diderot



Ranke.2 - A Teaching Platform for Digital Source Criticism

Stefania Scagliola1, Daniele Guido2, Andreas Fickers3, Gerben Zaagsma4

1: University of Luxembourg, C2DH, Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History; 2: University of Luxembourg, C2DH, Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History; 3: University of Luxembourg, C2DH, Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History; 4: University of Luxembourg, C2DH, Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History



SemAntic: A Semantic Image Annotation Tool For The Humanities

Simon Wagner1, Maria Christoforaki1, Simon Donig1, Siegfried Handschuh2

1: University of Passau, Germany; 2: University of St. Gallen, Switzerland



Book Formats and Reading Habits in Early Modern Europe

Jani Marjanen, Hege Roivainen

University of Helsinki, Finland



IncipitSearch: a guide to collaboration

Anna Neovesky, Frederic von Vlahovits

Academy of Sciences and Literature | Mainz, Germany



Disentangling the Hairball: Observing International Style in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Novels in Network Visualisations

Jasmin Bieber

University of Konstanz, Germany



Single Image Super Resolution Approach to the Signatures and Symbols Hidden in Buddhist Manuscript Sutras Written in Gold and Silver Inks on Indigo-Dyed Papers

Toshiaki Aida1, Aiko Aida2

1: Okayama University, Japan; 2: National Museum of Japanese History, Ritsumeikan University, Japan



Digitalizing Old Diary and Reading Multi-layered Everyday Life: A Data Analysis of an Upper-class Elite Man’s Diary (1692-1699) in the Chosǒn, Korea

Ji Young Jung1, Jeongmin Kim2, Jungyeoun Lee3, Jiyoung Kim4

1: EWHA WOMANS UNIVERSITY, Republic of Korea; 2: Dept. of Computer Engineering DAEJIN University, Republic of Korea; 3: Ewha womans University, Republic of Korea; 4: The Graduate School of Korean Studies, The Academy of Korean Studies, Republic of Korea



VR Video Production for Interactive Digital Maps

Matt Applegate, Jamie Cohen, Sarah Evans

Molloy College, United States of America



Using Ngrams to Develop a Query Algebra for Conceptual History

Jens Willkomm1, Christoph Schmidt-Petri2, Martin Schäler1, Michael Schefczyk2, Klemens Böhm1

1: Department of Informatics, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; 2: Department of Humanities, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology



Topography of Character's Body: a Case of Russian Children's Literature

Kirill Maslinsky, Alexandra Vidyaeva, Ekaterina Dodonova, Yulia Kozhevnikova

Higher School of Economics in Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation



Visualizing Shakespeare’s Sonic Signatures

Eric Carlson Alexander, Elizabeth Nichols, Estelle Bayer

Carleton College, United States of America



Diving Into The Complexities Of The Tech Blog Sphere

Jens Pohlmann1,2, Adrien Barbaresi3

1: German Historical Institute (GHI), Washington DC, United States of America; 2: Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University, USA; 3: Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences (BBAW), Germany



Chinese Dunhuang Mural Vocabulary Construction Based on Human-machine Cooperation

Xiaoguang Wang, Hanghang Cheng, Huinan Li, Xu Tan, Qingyu Duan

Wuhan University, China



Training NLP Models for the Analysis of 16th Century Latin American Historical Documents: Tagtog and the Geographic Reports of New Spain

Patricia Murrieta-Flores1, Raquel Liceras-Garrido1, Mariana Favila-Vázquez2, Katherine Bellamy1, Jorge Campos3, Juan Miguel Cejuela3, Bruno Martins4

1: Digital Humanities Hub-Department of History, Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: Templo Mayor Museum, National Institute of Anthropology and History, México; 3: @tagtog.net; 4: Computer Science and Engineering Department of IST, University of Lisbon, Portugal



The CORLI Consortium: CORpus, Languages and Interaction

Christophe Parisse1, Carole Etienne2, Céline Poudat3

1: INSERM/Modyco, CNRS/U. Paris Nanterre, CORLI, France; 2: ICAR/CNRS, CORLI, France; 3: U. Nice Sophia Antipolis, CORLI, France



Script Analysis In A World Of Anonymous Writers

Hannah Busch1,2

1: Huygens ING, Netherlands, The; 2: Utrecht University



Conveying Uncertainty in Archived War Diaries with GeoBlobs

Johannes Liem1, Eirini Goudarouli2, Steven Hirschorn2, Jo Wood1, Charles Perin3

1: City, University of London, United Kingdom; 2: The National Archives, United Kingdom; 3: University of Victoria, Canada



ISEBEL an Intelligent Search Engine for Belief Legends

QiQing Ding1, Theo Meder2, Menzo Windhouwer1

1: KNAW Humanities Cluster, Netherlands, The; 2: Meertens Institute, Netherlands The



Topic Modeling with Interactive Visualizations in a GUI Tool

Severin Simmler, Vitt Thorsten, Steffen Pielström

University of Würzburg, Germany



The Birth of Boston: Reconstructing Boston’s Social History in 1648

Molly E. Nebiolo

Northeastern University



Indexing and Linking Text in a Large Body of Family Writings

Beatrice Dal Bo, Francesca Frontini, Giancarlo Luxardo, Agnès Steuckardt

Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3 - Praxiling UMR 5267 CNRS



Publishing Digital History: Integrating Methods, Sources, and Argument

Courtney J. Rivard

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



Comparing diagrams in Euclid’s Elements

Elisa Nury

King's College London, UK



Encoding the ‘Floating Gap’: Linking Cultural Memory, Identity, and Complex Place

Diane Katherine Jakacki, Katherine Mary Faull

Bucknell University, United States of America



Traveltext: (Re)Writing the Eastern Mediterranean, Complexities and Simplicities.

Konstantinos Thanasakis, Aliki Asvesta

Gennadeius Library, American School of Classical Studies, at Athens, Greece



Construction of a Corpus of “Christian Materials” for the Study of Colloquial Japanese of the Muromachi Period

Kurumi Katayama1, Toshinobu Ogiso1, Yuki Watanabe2

1: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Japan; 2: Nagoya Women's University, Japan



Czech Literary Bibliography: Database Mirror of 250 Years of the Modern Czech Literature

Vojtěch Malínek

Institute of Czech Literature, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic



The European Literary Text Collection (ELTeC)

Carolin Odebrecht2, Lou Burnard5, Borja Navarro Colorado3, Maciej Eder4, Christof Schöch1

1: University of Trier, Germany; 2: Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Germany; 3: Universidad de Alicante, Spain; 4: Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków, Poland; 5: Independent Consultant



Traditional Methods Of Textual Criticism Vs. Juxta Commons: A Study Of One Poem Existing In Many Versions

Anna Krasnikova

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano, Italy



Nodes and Edges in Literary History. Modelling 19th Century Literary Landscapes

Jens Bjerring-Hansen1, Nicolai Hartvig Sørensen2, Torben Jelsbak1, Frank Fischer3

1: University of Copenhagen; 2: Society for Danish Language and Literature, Copenhagen; 3: National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow



Exploration of the Seventeenth Century Japanese Authors’ Writing Style Using a Quantitative Approach

Ayaka Uesaka

Osaka University, Japan



Digital Humanities in European Research Libraries - a Survey

Lotte Wilms1,2, Andreas Degkwitz3, Caleb Derven4, Marian Lefferts5, Kirsty Lingstadt6, Liam O'Dwyer7, Demmy Verbeke8

1: Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of the Netherlands, Netherlands, The; 2: Maastricht University, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Netherlands, The; 3: University Library Humboldt University Berlin; 4: Glucksman Library, University of Limerick; 5: Consortium of European Research Libraries; 6: University of Edinburgh Library; 7: Dublin City University Library; 8: KU Leuven Libraries



The Diaries of John Quincy Adams Digital Project

Neal Millikan

The Adams Papers, Massachusetts Historical Society, United States of America



The Prepare and Visualize Mallet Data Spreadsheet

David L. Hoover

New York University, United States of America



Buy Healthy, Tasty, Pure! A Digital Text Analysis of Neoliberal Trends in Dutch Food Culture

Pim Huijnen1, Melvin Wevers2

1: Utrecht University, Netherlands, The; 2: Humanities Cluster, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Amsterdam, Netherlands, The



An Unsupervised Lemmatization Model for Classical Languages

James O'Brien Gawley

University at Buffalo, United States of America



Extracting Drum Patterns in Traditional Folk Songs Among East Japan

Akihiro Kawase1, Miku Kuwahara2

1: Doshisha University, Japan; 2: Noboribetsu Onsenkyo Takinoya, Japan



Paving the Way to Linked Open Data: Evaluating the Path to LOD for the Census of Antique Works of Art and Architecture Known in the Renaissance

Oliver Pohl, Andrea Notroff

Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Germany



Lemmatizing Low-resource, Less-researched Languages: The Linked Open Text Reader and Annotator

Max Ionov, Christian Chiarcos

Goethe University Frankfurt



“Fear in your Eyes”: Analyzing Threat Perception and Its Influence on Deadly Use of Force by Police Officers against Civilians Using Hebrew NLP Tools

Renana Keydar1, Yael Netzer2

1: Faculty of Law, Hebrew University, Israel; 2: Department of Computer Science, Ben Gurion University



Deciphering Lyrical Topics in Music and Their Connection to Audio Feature Dimensions Based on a Corpus of Over 100.000 Metal Songs

Isabella Czedik-Eysenberg1, Oliver Wieczorek2

1: University of Vienna, Austria; 2: Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg



Modelling a Catalogue: Bilingual texts in Tuscan Middle Ages (1260-1430)

Tiziana Mancinelli, Antonio Montefusco, Sara Bischetti, Maria Conte, Agnese Macchiarelli, Marcello Bolognari

University of Venice 'Ca' Foscari'



Towards Creating A Best Practice Digital Processing Pipeline For Cuneiform Languages

Timo Homburg

Mainz University Of Applied Sciences, Germany



Designing Multilingual Digital Pedagogy Initiatives: The Programming Historian for English, Spanish, and French speaking DH Communities

Antonio Rojas Castro1, Anna-Maria Sichani2, Sofia Papastamkou3

1: Universität zu Köln-Cologne Center for eHumanities; 2: University of Sussex; 3: Institut de recherches historiques du Septentrion



Italian Resistance Goes Digital: Event And Participant Extraction From Partisans’ Memoirs

Marco Rovera1, Federico Nanni2, Simone Paolo Ponzetto2

1: Dipartimento di Informatica, Università di Torino Italy; 2: Data and Web Science Group, University of Mannheim, Germany



A Paper Full of Things. Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches to Early Modern Newspaper Advertisements.

Ina Serif, Anna Reimann

University of Basel, Switzerland



Epistolary networks in Italian Humanism: Collecting, editing, analysing Italian humanistic letters - 1400-1499 (with a critical edition of familiar letters of Iovianus Pontanus)

Cristiano Amendola1, Alfredo Cosco2

1: Università della Basilicata, Italy; 2: Università Federico II di Napoli, Italy



Building a Diachronic and Contrastive Parallel Corpus - and an Intended Application in the Form of a Study of Germanic Complex Verb Constructions

Gerlof Bouma1, Evie Coussé1, Dirk-Jan de Kooter2, Nicoline van der Sijs2,3

1: University of Gothenburg, Sweden; 2: Meertens Instituut, The Netherlands; 3: Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands



Digital Edition And Linguistic Database: A Fully Lemmatized And Searchable Model

Hannah Jane Morcos

King's College London, United Kingdom



Recreating Dante’s Commedia in VR: The Intersection between Virtual Reality and Literature

Nicole Madeleine Adair Jones

University of California, Berkeley



Word Embeddings for Processing Historical Texts

Rachele Sprugnoli, Giovanni Moretti

Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Italy



'Alle Begjin Is Swier': The Use Of The Frisian Web Domain Web Data For Digital Humanities Research

Kees Teszelszky

Koninklijke Bibliotheek, Netherlands, The



'How the World Jogges': Interconnectedness, Modularity and Virality in Seventeenth Century News

Yann Ciaran Ryan

Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom



A CLARIAH Environment for Linguistic Research

Daan Broeder, QiQing Ding, Bas Leenknegt

KNAW/HuC, Netherlands, The



A Collaborative System for Digital Research Environment via IIIF

Kiyonori Nagasaki1, A. Charles Muller2, Toru Tomabechi1, Masahiro Shimoda2

1: International Institute for Digital Humanities, Japan; 2: The University of Tokyo



A Digital Enquiry On The Italian Reception Of The English Novel In The Periodical Press Of The Long Eighteenth Century

Andrea Penso

VUB, Belgium



A Geo-Sampling Model To Analyse Micro Level Historical Agricultural Production Data For Mid-19th Century Southeast European and Anatolian Regions

M. Erdem Kabadayi, Petrus Johannes Gerrits

Koc University, Turkey



A Kind of Magic: Migrating a Large Digital Edition of Letters into a New Infrastructure

Elisabeth Steiner, Gunter Vasold, Sanja Saric

University of Graz, Austria



A New Journey Through Shared Ethnological Archives For Understanding Anthropology: The “Archives Des Ethnologues”, A Multifaceted Consortium

Fabrice Melka1,3,4, Véronique Ginouvès2,3,4, Hélène Giudicissi2,4

1: Institut des mondes africains (IMAF); 2: Maison méditerranéenne des sciences de l'homme (MMSH), Aix-Marseille Université; 3: CNRS; 4: Consortium Archives des Ethnologues (TGIR Huma-Num), France



A Scientific Network Serving The Uses Of 3D For The Digital Humanities

Mehdi Chayani1, Florent Laroche2, Xavier Granier3

1: Archeovision - Consortium 3D, France; 2: LS2N- laboratory of digital sciences of Nantes; 3: institut optique graduate school



A tool for multifaceted analysis of the Old Polish New Testament apocrypha

Karolina Bohdanowicz1, Karolina Borowiec2, Anna Cieplicka1, Michał Kozak1, Dorota Rojszczak-Robińska2, Justyna Wytrążek1, Olga Ziółkowska2

1: Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center, Poland; 2: Faculty of Polish and Classical Philology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland



A Web-Based Tool for the Annotation of Scribe Data in Medieval Documents

Martin Hanusch, Marc Birringer, Jan-Torsten Milde

Fulda University of Applied Sciences, Germany



Adapting a system for Named Entity Recognition and Linking for 19th century French Novels

Aicha Soudani2,3, Yosra Meherzi2,3, Asma Bouhafs3, Francesca Frontini1, Carmen Brando4, Yoann Dupont2, Frédérique Mélanie-Becquet2

1: Praxiling UMR 5267, Univ. Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3; 2: Lattice UMR 8094, ENS, Univ. Paris 3-Sorbonne Nouvelle; 3: ECSTRA, IHEC, Univ. de Carthage; 4: CRH UMR 8558 / EHESS

5:00pm
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6:00pm
Busa Lecture
Location: Grote Zaal
Chair: Constance Crompton
 

Reflections on the Development of Digital Humanities

Tito Orlandi

Emeritus Sapienza University Roma

6:45pm
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10:00pm
Conference Banquet
Location: Catharijneconvent
Date: Friday, 12/Jul/2019
9:00am
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10:30am
LP-30: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Uitloopfoyer
Chair: Leif Isaksen
 

Index Cards and the Analog Humanities. A Media Archaeology of Cultural Studies in Poland

Aleksandra Maria Kil

University of Wrocław, Poland



A Computational Approach to Analyzing Musical Complexity of the Beatles

Manuel Burghardt1, Florian Fuchs2

1: Leipzig University, Germany; 2: Regensburg University, Germany



Anatomy of a Lick: Structure & Variants, History & Transmission

Klaus Frieler, Höger Frank, Pfleiderer Martin

Hochschule für Musik "Franz Liszt" Weimar, Germany

LP-31: Cultures Literatures and Texts
Location: Schele Maagd
Chair: Susan Schreibman
 

Operationalising Ambiguity; Mapping the Structural Forms of Comics

Alexander Robert Turton

University of East Anglia, United Kingdom



Classification of Text-Types in German Novels

Daniel Schlör1, Christof Schöch2, Andreas Hotho1

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



Identifying Similarities in Text Analysis: Hierarchical Clustering (Linkage) versus Network Clustering (Community Detection)

Ochab Jeremi1, Byszuk Joanna2, Steffen Pielström3, Eder Maciej4

1: Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland; 2: Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków, Poland; 3: Department of Literary Computing, University of Würzburg, Germany; 4: Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków, Poland

LP-32: Digital Humanities Theory and Methodology
Location: Pit
Chair: Elena Pierazzo
 

Toward a Theory of Editorialization

Marcello Vitali-Rosati

Université de Montréal, Canada



Prototypes as Proto-Theory? A Plea for digital theory formation

Rabea Kleymann

University of Hamburg, Germany



Is There Anything It Is Like To Be a Text?

Joris J. Van Zundert1, Iian D. Neill2, Tara L. Andrews3, Kuczera Andreas2

1: Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands - Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences; 2: Digitale Akademie der Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur Mainz; 3: Digital Humanities, Institute for History, University of Vienna

LP-33: Scholarly Communities, Communication, Pedagogy
Location: Pandora Foyer
Chair: Joris van Eijnatten
 

Developing and Integrating Training Materials on Research Infrastructures into Higher Education course design: The PARTHENOS Experience

Jennifer Edmond1, Vicky Garnett1, Helen Goulis2, Kristen Schuster3, Ulrike Wuttke4

1: Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; 2: Academy of Athens; 3: King's College London; 4: Fachhochschule Potsdam



Thinking Computationally in the Digital Humanities: Toward Block-Based Programming for Humanists

Clifford B. Anderson, Lynn T. Ramey

Vanderbilt University, United States of America



IIIFarm. Teaching Image Interoperability on a Raspberry Pi Network of IIIF-Compliant Image Servers.

Wout Dillen, Joshua Schäuble

University of Antwerp, Belgium

P-21: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Grote Zaal
Chair: Clifford Edward Wulfman
 

Complexities in the Use, Analysis, and Representation of Historical Digital Periodicals

Clifford Edward Wulfman1, Sinai Rusinek2, Zef Segal3, Nanette Rißler-Pipka4, Sarah Ketchley5, Torsten Roeder6, Estelle Bunout7, Marten Düring7

1: Princeton University Library, United States of America; 2: Haifa University and the Open University, Israel; 3: The Program of Digital Humanities, Haifa University; 4: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; 5: University of Washington, United States of America; 6: Leopoldina National Academy of Sciences, Halle, Germany; 7: The Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History

P-22: Tools Interfaces and Infrastructures
Location: Hertz
Chair: James Dakin Smithies
 

Clearing the Air for Maintenance and Repair: Strategies, Experiences, Full Disclosure

James Smithies1, Arianna Ciula1, Jessica Otis2, Faolan Cheslack-Postava2, Martin Holmes3, Stewart Arneil3, Greg Newton3, Jasmine Mulliken4

1: King's College London; 2: George Mason University; 3: University of Victoria; 4: Stanford University Press

SP-22: Cultures, Literatures and Texts
Location: Cloud Nine
Chair: Glenn H Roe
 

Modelling Conflicts Between Characters in Present-Day Dutch Literary Fiction.

Roel Smeets1, Eric Sanders1, Antal van den Bosch1,2

1: Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, The; 2: KNAW Meertens Institute



Stylometric Analyses of Character Speeches in French Plays

Ioana Galleron

U. Sorbonne Nouvelle, France



The Augmented Criticism Lab’s Sonnet Database

Michael Ullyot

University of Calgary, Canada



Some GIS-Based Analysis of the Complete Taiwan Poems

Yi-Fan Peng1,2, Chao-Lin Liu1

1: National Chengchi University, Taiwan; 2: Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan



The Literary Pepsi Challenge: intrinsic and extrinsic factors in judging literary quality

Andreas van Cranenburgh1, Corina Koolen2

1: University of Groningen, The Netherlands; 2: Huygens ING, The Netherlands

SP-23: Tools Interfaces and Infrastructures
Location: Pandora Zaal
Chair: Ernesto Priani
 

The Value of Tag Cloud Visualizations for Textual Analysis

Stefan Jänicke1, Markus John2, Annette Geßner1

1: Leipzig University, Germany; 2: University of Stuttgart, Germany



Newton virtually meets Euler and Bernoulli

Sepideh Alassi1, Tobias Schweizer1, Michael Hawkins2, Robert Iliffe2, Lukas Rosenthaler1, Martin Mattmüller3, Helmut Harbrecht3

1: Digital Humanities Lab, University of Basel, Switzerland; 2: Faculty of History, University of Oxford; 3: Bernoulli Euler Center, University of Basel, Switzerland



Advanced Manuscript Analysis Portal (AMAP): An Interactive Visual Language Environment for Manuscript Studies

Vinodh Rajan1, H. Siegfried Stiehl1,2

1: Research Group Image Processing, iXMan Lab, Department of Informatics, University of Hamburg, Germany; 2: SFB 950 Manuscript Cultures in Asia, Africa and Europe, University of Hamburg, Germany



Calculating Sameness: Identifying Image Reuse In Early Modern books

Florian Kräutli, Matteo Valleriani, Daan Lockhorst

Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Germany



Advertising Gender - Using Computer Vision to Trace Gender Displays in Historical Advertisements, 1920-1990

Melvin Wevers1, Thomas Smits2

1: KNAW Humanities Cluster, The Netherlands; 2: Utrecht University, The Netherlands

SP-24: Society, Media, Politics, Engagement
Location: Club Nine
Chair: Geoffrey Rockwell
 

New Approaches to Women’s Writing Virtual Research Environment

James Cummings, Laura Kirkley, Tiago Sousa Garcia, Mark Turner

Newcastle University, United Kingdom



Former aux Methodes en Sciences Humaines et Sociales avec Bequali

Jeremie Vandenbunder, Selma Bendjaballah, Guillaume Garcia, Sarah Cadorel, Emilie Groshens, Emilie Fromont, Emeline Juillard

Sciences Po Paris / CNRS, France



A Mobile Website To Support Teachers In Discussing Terrorism In The Classroom

Frans Wiering

Utrecht University, Netherlands, The



Gaming Genres: Using Crowd-Sourced Tags to Explore Family Resemblances in Steam Games.

Angus A. A. Mol

Leiden University, Netherlands, The

 
10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee break
Location: Plein 6
11:00am
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12:30pm
LP-34: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Schele Maagd
Chair: Mia Ridge
 

Patterns of Early Modern Authorship: Using Metadata as Historical Record

Mark J. Hill, Tanja Säily

University of Helsinki, Finland



The Quotable Musical Text in a Digital Age: Modeling Complexity in the Renaissance and Today

Richard Freedman1, David Fiala2, Micah Walter3

1: Haverford College, United States of America; 2: Université de Tours, France; 3: Harvard University, United States of America



Digging Into Pattern Usage Within Jazz Improvisation (Pattern History Explorer, Pattern Search and Similarity Search)

Frank Höger, Klaus Frieler, Martin Pfleiderer

University of Music “Franz Liszt” Weimar, Germany

LP-35: Tools Interfaces and Infrastructures
Location: Pit
Chair: Elli Mylonas
 

Finding Visual Patterns in Artworks: An Interactive Search Engine to Detect Objects in Artistic Images

Sabine Lang, Nikolai Ufer, Björn Ommer

Heidelberg Collaboratory for Image Processing, Germany



Sublime Complexities and Extensive Possibilities: Strategies for Building an Academic Virtual Reality System

Bill Endres, Matthew Cook, John Grime

University of Oklahoma, United States of America



Mapping the Complexity of Ancient Codices in Databases: the Syntactical Model

Patrick Andrist1,2

1: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, Germany; 2: Université de Fribourg, Switzerland

LP-36: Digital Humanities Theory and Methodology
Location: Pandora Foyer
Chair: Fabio Ciotti
 

Digital Synesthesia or the Point Of the Digital for the Humanities

Jan Christoph Meister

University of Hamburg, Germany



Digital Humanities, Knowledge Complexity and the Six ‘Aporias’ of Digital Research

Jennifer C Edmond1, Jörg Lehmann2, Mike Priddy3

1: Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; 2: University of Tübingen, Germany; 3: DANS, KNAW, Netherlands



Database Aesthetics and Ergodic Ephemerality: Remediating the Scrapbooks of Edwin Morgan

Bridget Moynihan1, Jonathan Armoza2, Anouk Lang1

1: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; 2: New York University, United States

LP-37: History and Historiographies
Location: Uitloopfoyer
Chair: Johanna Drucker
 

A data-driven approach to the changing vocabulary of the ‘nation’ in English, Dutch, Swedish and Finnish newspapers, 1750-1950

Simon Hengchen1, Ruben Ros2, Jani Marjanen1

1: University of Helsinki; 2: Utrecht University



Diagramming the Complexities of Historical Processes: From Ontology-based Modeling to Diagrammatic Reasoning

Ingo Frank

Leibniz Institute of East and Southeast European Studies, Germany



Event Extraction on Classical Chinese Historical Texts: A Case Study of Extracting Tributary Events from the Ming Shilu

Richard Tzong-Han Tsai1,5, Yi-Hsuan Lu2, Yu-Chun Wang3, I-Chun Fan4

1: Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Central University; 2: Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Taiwan University; 3: Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts, Taiwan; 4: Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica; 5: Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica

P-24: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Pandora Zaal
Chair: Anne Helmreich
 

Art History and Big Data: Complex Collaborations between Institutions and Researchers

Anne Helmreich1, Koenraad Brosens2, Charles van den Heuvel3, Saskia Scheltjens4, Sandra van Ginhoven1, Emily Pugh1, Fred Truyen2

1: Getty Research Institute, United States of America; 2: KU Leuven; 3: Huygens Institute; 4: Rijksmuseum

P-25: Space Territory GeoHumanities
Location: Grote Zaal
Chair: Julia Noordegraaf
 

Semantic Deep Mapping in an Integrated Platform for Studying Historical Amsterdam

Julia Noordegraaf1, Thomas Vermaut2, Mark Raat2, Hans Mol2, Marieke van Erp3, Kristel Doreleijers4, Nicoline van der Sijs4, Ivo Zandhuis7, Richard Zijdeman6, Vincent Baptist1, Claartje Rasterhoff1, Thunnis van Oort1, Charlotte Vrielink1, Ivan Kisjes1, Bob Pierik1, Danielle van den Heuvel1, Frederic Kaplan5

1: University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 2: KNAW Fryske Akademy, The Netherlands; 3: KNAW Humanities Cluster, The Netherlands; 4: KNAW Meertens Institute, The Netherlands; 5: EPFL, Switzerland; 6: KNAW International Institute for Social History, The Netherlands; 7: AdamNet, The Netherlands

P-26: Language, Languages
Location: Hertz
Chair: Gregory Ralph Crane
 

Confronting Complexity of Babel in a Global and Digital Age

Gregory Ralph Crane1, Neven Jovanovic2, Sophia Sklaviadis1, Margherita de Luca3, Petra Šoštarić2, Maryam Foradi4, Kate Cottrell1, James Tauber5, Farnoosh Shamsian6, Chiara Palladino7

1: Tufts University, United States of America; 2: University of Zagreb, Croatia; 3: Sapienza University, Italy; 4: Leipzig University, Germany; 5: Eldarion.com, United States of America; 6: University of Tehran, Iran; 7: Furman University, United States of America

SP-25: Cultures, Literatures and Texts
Location: Club Nine
Chair: Georg Vogeler
 

The Complexities Of The Representation Of Xhosa Protagonists, Represented By Male And Female Authors In IsiXhosa Dramas Using Computational Methodologies

Andiswa Bukula, Juan Steyn

SADiLaR, South Africa



The Sonnet Stretcher

David Mimno1, Meredith Martin2, Mark Algee-Hewitt3

1: Cornell University; 2: Princeton University; 3: Stanford University



Continuous Integration Systems for Critical Edition: The Chronicle of Matthew of Edessa

Tara Lee Andrews, Anahit Safaryan, Tatevik Atayan

Universität Wien, Austria



Encoding Ancient Greek Music

Zachary David Sowerby

College of the Holy Cross, United States of America



Collating Medieval Vernacular Texts: Aligning Witnesses, Classifying Variants

Jean-Baptiste Camps2, Lucence Ing2, Elena Spadini1

1: Université de Lausanne, Switzerland; 2: École nationale des chartes (PSL)

SP-26: Tools Interfaces and Infrastructures
Location: Cloud Nine
Chair: Simon Gabay
 

Complexities And Compromise – User-Centred Interfaces For Public Humanities projects

Monika Renate Barget, Susan Schreibman, Pádraig MacCarron

Maynooth University, Ireland



Improving OCR of Black Letter in Historical Newspapers: The Unreasonable Effectiveness of HTR Models on Low-Resolution Images

Phillip Benjamin Ströbel, Simon Clematide

University of Zurich, Switzerland



Kraken - a Universal Text Recognizer for the Humanities

Benjamin Kiessling1,2

1: Université PSL, France; 2: Leipzig University



One More Time With Feeling: Revisiting XPointers to Address the Complexities of Promptbook Encoding

Joey Takeda1, Jennifer Roberts-Smith2

1: University of British Columbia, Canada; 2: University of Waterloo, Canada



Laboratoire numérique pour l’étude de paratextes : l'exemple de Tacitus On Line

Anne Garcia-Fernandez1, Isabelle Cogitore1,2

1: Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Litt&Arts, 38000 Grenoble, France; 2: Univ. Grenoble Alpes, Univ. Savoie Mont Blanc, CNRS, Grenoble INP, Sciences Po Grenoble, MSH-Alpes, 38000 Grenoble, France

 
12:30pm
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1:30pm
centerNet Annual General Meeting
Location: Uitloopfoyer
Meeting 2: SIG conveners meeting
Location: Pit
Wilhelmus: Wilhelmus Challenge - Award ceremony
Location: Club Nine
 
12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch break
Location: Plein 6
2:00pm
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3:30pm
LP-38: Cultures Literatures and Texts
Location: Schele Maagd
Chair: Matteo Romanello
 

The Frankenstein Variorum Challenge: Finding a Clearer View of Change Over Time

Elisa Beshero-Bondar1, Rikk Mulligan2, Raffaele Viglianti3

1: University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, United States of America; 2: Carnegie Mellon University, United States of America; 3: University of Maryland, United States of America



Diachronic Topics in New High German Poetry

Thomas Nikolaus Haider1,2

1: Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt, Germany; 2: Institut für Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung, University of Stuttgart



From Fluency To Disfluency: Ranking Prosodic Features Of Poetry By Using Neural Networks

Burkhard Meyer-Sickendiek1, Hussein Hussein1, Timo Baumann2

1: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; 2: Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA

LP-39: Society, Media, Politics, Engagement
Location: Black Box
Chair: Elisabeth Burr
 

Performing Historical Place: Leveraging Theatre Historiography to Generate Presence in Virtual Reality Design for Restorative Justice

Jennifer Roberts-Smith1, Justin Carpenter1, Paul Cegys1, William Chesney1, Colin Labadie1, Kristina Llewellyn1, Jennifer Llewellyn2, Robert Plowman1, Gerald Voorhees1, The DOHR Project Research Team1

1: University of Waterloo, Canada; 2: Dalhousie University, Canada



The Intellectualisation of Online Hate Speech: Monitoring the Alt-Right Audience on Youtube

Marc Tuters, Emillie de Keulenaar, Ivan Kisjes, Daniel Bach, Kaspar Beelen

University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The

LP-40: Digital Humanities Theory and Methodology
Location: Uitloopfoyer
Chair: Francesca Benatti
 

Linking the TEI: Approaches, Limitations, Use Cases

Christian Chiarcos, Max Ionov

Goethe University Frankfurt



Towards Tool Criticism: Complementing Manual with Computational Literary Analyses

Melina Leonie Jander

University of Göttingen, Germany



Translating Networks

Martin Grandjean1, Mathieu Jacomy2

1: University of Lausanne, Switzerland; 2: Aalborg University TANTLab, Denmark

LP-41: Language, Languages
Location: Pit
Chair: Francesca Frontini
 

Analysis and Visualization of Narrative in Shanhaijing Using Linked Data

Qian Wang1, Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller1, Ben Swift2

1: Centre for Digital Humanities Research, Australian National University, Australia; 2: College of Engineering and Computer Science, Australian National University, Australia



"A Project Review Under The Focus Of Complexities On The Example Of ExploreAT!"

Amelie Dorn1, Eveline Wandl-Vogt1, Thomas Palfinger1, Roberto Theron2, Andy Way3, Yalemisew Abgaz3, Alejandro Benito2, Antonio Losada2

1: Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities-ÖAW, Austria; 2: University of Salamanca, Visual, Spain; 3: Dublin City University, Adapt Centre, Ireland



Global Language Justice in the Digital Sphere: The Ethiopic Case

Isabelle Alice Zaugg1,2

1: Institute for Comparative Literature and Society, Columbia University, United States of America; 2: Academy of Ethiopian Languages and Cultures, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

P-27: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Pandora Zaal
Chair: Mari Sarv
 

Digital Folkloristics: Approaching Variation And Stability In Folklore With Computational Methods

Mari Sarv1, Theo Meder2, Kati Kallio3,5, Berit Janssen4, Peter van Kranenburg2, Risto Järv1, Eetu Mäkelä5

1: Estonian Literary Museum, Estonia; 2: Meertens Institute, Netherlands; 3: Finnish Literary Society, Finland; 4: University of Utrecht, Netherlands; 5: University of Helsinki, Finland

P-28: Cultural Heritage, Art/ifacts and Institutions
Location: Cloud Nine
Chair: Lauren Tilton
 

Exploring Audiovisual Corpora in the Humanities: Methods, Infrastructure, and Software

Lauren Tilton1, Taylor Arnold Arnold1, Giles Bergel2, Jasmijn Van Gorp4, Julia Noordegraaf3, Liliana Melgar3, Mark Williams5, John Bell5, Roeland Ordelman6, Thomas Poell3

1: University of Richmond, United States of America; 2: Oxford University, England; 3: University of Amsterdam, Netherlands; 4: Universiteit Utrecht, Netherlands; 5: Dartmouth University, United States of America; 6: Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Netherlands

P-29: Space Territory GeoHumanities
Location: Hertz
Chair: Ian Gregory
 

Theorising the Spatial Humanities

Patricia Murrieta-Flores1, Ian Gregory1, Raquel Liceras-Garrido1, Katherine Bellamy1, Bruno Martins2

1: Digital Humanities Hub-Department of History, Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2: Computer Science and Engineering Department of IST, University of Lisbon, Portugal

SP-27: Cultures, Literatures and Texts
Location: Club Nine
Chair: Dominique Stutzmann
 

An Evaluation of Rhyme Detection Using Historical Dictionaries

Natalie M Houston

University of Massachusetts-Lowell, United States of America



A Digital Platform for the “Latin Silk Road”: Issues and Perspectives in Building a Multilingual Corpus for Textual Analysis

Emmanuela Carbe'1, Nicola Giannelli2

1: University of Siena, Italy - QuestIT; 2: University of Siena, Italy



Qualitative Space of Poetry

John Stell

University of Leeds, United Kingdom



Analysis of Writer-Text-Translator Social Networks

Jan Rybicki

Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland



Evaluation of a Semantic Field-Based Approach to Identifying Text Sections about Specific Topics

Benedikt Adelmann1, Melanie Andresen1, Anke Begerow2, Lina Franken1, Evelyn Gius1, Michael Vauth3

1: Universität Hamburg, Germany; 2: Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften Hamburg, Germany; 3: Technische Universität Hamburg, Germany

SP-28: Tools Interfaces and Infrastructures
Location: Pandora Foyer
Chair: Wout Dillen
 

Embracing Complex Interfaces Linking Deep Maps and Virtual Interiors to Big Data of the Dutch Golden Age.

Weixuan Li1, Chiara Piccoli2, Charles van den Heuvel1,2

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



Discoverable Data Models and Extended Text Properties in the CITE Architecture

Christopher William Blackwell1,3, David Neel Smith2,3

1: Furman University, United States of America; 2: College of the Holy Cross, United States of America; 3: The Homer Multitext, Center for Hellenic Studies of Harvard University, United States



A Techno-Human Mesh for Humanities in France: Dealing with preservation complexity

Nicolas Larrousse, Joel Marchand

Huma-Num CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Sientifique), France

 
3:30pm
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4:00pm
Coffee break
Location: Plein 6
4:00pm
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5:00pm
Closing Keynote
Location: Grote Zaal
Chair: Diane Katherine Jakacki
 

Digital Humanities — Complexities of Sustainability

Johanna Drucker

UCLA, United States of America

5:00pm
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5:30pm
Closing Ceremony
Location: Grote Zaal
5:30pm
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7:00pm
Closing Reception
Location: Plein 6

 
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